Studies on the History of Romanian Philosophy, XIII



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Studiies on the History of Romanian Philosophy
, XIII: Forms of Transcendence

Editors: Alexandru Surdu, Mihai Popa, Mona Mamulea, Viorel Cernica, Titus Lates, Bucharest: Romanian Academy Publishing House, 2016, 256 p.

ISSN: 2065-4405

I. FORMS OF TRANSCENDENCE
  • Alexandru Surdu, Contemporary European and Romanian philosophers on transcendence  11
  • Claudiu Baciu, Dogmatic thought and functional thought in Lucian Blaga  19 pdf2.png
  • Viorel Cernica, Common prejudices and philosophical judgments regarding the transcendence  27 pdf2.png
  • Ionuț Isac, The issue of transcendence from the perspective of the critical realism of Dumitru Isac  47
  • Cornel-Florin Moraru, Notes towards a meontological interpretation of Lucian Blaga’s thinking. Meanings of transcendence and the hypostaziation of nothingness  63
  • Cătălina Condruz, Transcendence and alterity in Noica and Husserl’s philosophy  77
  • Forms of transcendence and transcendentality in Romanian philosophy (a bibliography by Titus Lates)  87 pdf2.png
II. METAPHYSICAL THOUGHT
  • Constantin Stoenescu,  The becoming as processuality at Constantin Noica. How is reversibility possible in the logical model of determinations  109
  • Oana Șerban, „Open concepts” in Constantin Noica’s metaphysics. The Cartesian meditations as a sketch on “how is something new possible”  121
  • Traian-Ioan Geană,  On subversion and the apology of nature in the history of epistemology. Goethe and Blaga, guardians of the world’s corolla of wonders  143
  • George Tarara, On Blaga’s reconstruction of metaphysics  195
III.  PHILOSOPHY DURING THE EARLY PERIOD OF THE ROMANIAN CULTURE
  • Dragoș Popescu,  Ideas and philosophical beliefs in the Slavonic period in Romanian Principalities (14th–16th centuries)  209 pdf2.png
  • Șerban N. Nicolau, The usage of Greek language in Romanian Principalities in 14th–18th century  231
IV. REFERENCES
  • The history of Romanian philosophy in 2016 (a bibliography by Titus Lates) 253 pdf2.png
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