Studies on the History of Romanian Philosophy, XI


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Studiies on the History of Romanian Philosophy
, XI: Lucian Blaga, 120 Years since Birth

Editors: Mihai Popa, Mona Mamulea, Viorel Cernica, Titus Lates,
Bucharest: Romanian Academy Publishing House, 2015, 272 p.

ISSN: 2065-4405

I. LUCIAN BLAGA, 120 YEARS SINCE BIRTH

1. PHILOSOPHY OF CULTURE  (editor: MIHAI   POPA)
  • Alexandru Surdu, Universal undulation and the Romanian soul
  • Ion Dur, Blaga’s philosophy – in-between alliances and language
  • Eugeniu Nistor, Aspects of the religious phenomenon in Blaga’s philosophy
  • Mihai  Popa,  Traditional  creation  and  the  Romanian  identity.  Reflections  upon Lucian Blaga’s Orizont şi stil (Horizon and style)
2. EPISTEMOLOGY  (editor: MONA  MAMULEA)
  • Mircea  Flonta,  A  voice  that  wasn’t  heard:  Blaga  and  the  historical  shift  in  the philosophy of science pdf2.png Download
  • Ioan Biriş, Lucian Blaga on the methodological role of analogy in the building of concepts pdf2.png Download
  • Constantin  Stoenescu,  Stăniloae’s  criticism  on  Blaga’s  theory  of  knowledge  by means of revelation pdf2.png Download
  • Mona Mamulea, Reality is coming back: Blaga’s hidden hypothesis concerning the relationship between knowledge and reality pdf2.png Download
3. METAPHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY  (editor: VIOREL  CERNICA)
  • Vasile Muscă, Blaga’s metaphysics as a “new beginning”
  • Ionuţ Isac, The “tragic paradise” counter-myth. on the metaphysical wisdom of the transcendent censorship
  • Cornel-Florin Moraru, Negation in Vulcănescu’s papers and Blaga’s luciferian knowledge. The meeting of two interpretative horizons of the Romanian ethos
  • Ioan Drăgoi, Lucian Blaga’s perspective on phenomenology
4. BLAGA IN TRANSLATIONS  (editor: MIHAI   POPA)
  • Rainer Schubert, On what means to translate Blaga’s philosophy in German. The testimony of an Austrian translator pdf2.png Download
  • Michael S. Jones, Lucian Blaga on the difference between minor and major cultures –  with  an  excerpt  from  the  third  chapter  of  Fiinţa  istorică  [translated  from English by Ovidiu G. Grama]
Monographs, edited volumes, and anthologies on Lucian Blaga’s philosophy (a bibliography by Titus Lates) pdf2.png Download

II. CATEGORIES IN THE ROMANIAN PHILOSOPHY
(editor: MONA  MAMULEA)
  • Teodor Dima, Methodological antinomies in epistemology pdf2.png Download
  • Viorel Cernica, Category, intercultural concept, and philosophical experience pdf2.png Download
  • Constantin Aslam, Interculturality, between actual philosophical practices, cultural-ideological  perceptions,  and  metaphilosophical  assessments.  Case  study: experience, and Weltanschauung based on experience
III. TESTIMONIALS
  • Marin Diaconu, Emil Cioran and Bucur Ţincu [testimonials and documents]
IV. RESTITUTIO (editor: TITUS  LATES)
  • Dumitru Isac, Lucian Blaga, philosopher of culture (inedited)
  • Constantin Noica, For a Theory of Logical Fields pdf2.png Download
           1. Dragoş  Popescu,  Introduction.  Category,  field,  wave  and  the  contemporary meaning of logic 
           2. Note on the edition
           3. C. Noica, For a theory of logical fields (inedited)
           4. Index of Noica’s terms

V. REFERENCES

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