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Bibliografia orientativ pentru a pregti dialogul cultural este: Gaston Bachelard, Lucian Blaga, Ernst Cassirer, Aurel Codoban, Mircea Eliade, Mihai Eminescu, C.
In a book of great originality & scholarship, a noted historian of religion traces manifestations of the sacred from primitive to modern times, in terms of space, time, nature, the cosmos & life itself.
The other major problem with this approach of distinguishing the sacred and profane is that ‘sacred’ can now be only defined as the ‘opposite of profane’.
And since the profane is defined as everyday experience, the sacred has to be defined as something that is invented, or ‘manifested’ by the human mind that seeks to create meaning out of the everyday existence.
For every statement he makes about how all people of such a faith believe thus, or every tribal group in a region thinks in such a way, there are not enough citations or sources to back up his claims.
As such, I can only treat the book as a series of interesting conjectures rather than a grand unifying narrative.
This is done by showcasing the very perception of human mind towards the sacred and by categorizing the human mind/socie More a survey of sacred practices than an insightful deconstruction, Eliade’s work gets repetitive beyond a point as it keeps on multiplying examples, never coming to conclusions that go past a premise that is interesting but is also a truism, by construction.
This is done by showcasing the very perception of human mind towards the sacred and by categorizing the human mind/society into the ‘Sacred Man / Archaic Man’ & the 'Profane Man / Modern Man’.
As Eliade is forced to admit in the end, this makes the book primarily a historical survey and the premises of the survey does not allow it to be anything more.