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  1. The Sacred and The Profane: The Nature of Religion by Mircea Eliade, 1987-10-23
  2. History of Religious Ideas, Volume 2: From Gautama Buddha to the Triumph of Christianity by Mircea Eliade, 1985-01-15
  3. Rites and Symbols of Initiation: The Mysteries of Birth and Rebirth by Mircea Eliade, 2009-07-22
  4. The Forbidden Forest by Mircea Eliade, 1978-05
  5. The Myth of the Eternal Return: Or, Cosmos and History (Bollingen Series, XLVI) by Mircea Eliade, 1974
  6. Bengal Nights: A Novel by Mircea Eliade, 1995-04-01
  7. The Myth of the Eternal Return: Cosmos and History (Bollingen Series; Mythos Series) by Mircea Eliade, 2005-04-18
  8. Yoga: Immortality and Freedom (Mythos: the Princeton/Bollingen Series in World Mythology) by Mircea Eliade, 2009-07-06
  9. Hermeneutics, Politics, and the History of Religions: The Contested Legacies of Joachim Wach and Mircea Eliade by Christian Wedemeyer, Wendy Doniger, 2010-03-08
  10. Patterns in Comparative Religion by Mircea Eliade, 1996-09-28
  11. The Eliade Guide to World Religions by Mircea Eliade, Ioan P. Culianu, et all 1991-12
  12. Essential Sacred Writings From Around the World by Mircea Eliade, 1991-12-20
  13. Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy (Bollingen Series) by Mircea Eliade, 2004-01-19
  14. Occultism, Witchcraft, and Cultural Fashions: Essays in Comparative Religions by Mircea Eliade, 1978-03-15

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2. Essays On Eliade Mircea
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4. ELIADE, Mircea. O Sagrado E O Profano.pdf - - Document Sharing - Dow
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5. Eliade, Mircea (Open Library)
Books by Eliade, Mircea Mythes, r ves et myst res 21 editions first published in 1957

6. Mircea Eliade
Biographical article with bibliography.
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Mircea Eliade (1907-1986) "In archaic and traditional societies, the surrounding world is conceived as a microcosms. At the limits of this closed world begins the domain of the unknown, of the formless. On this side there is ordered - because of inhabited and organized - space; on the other, outside this familiar space, there is the unknown and dangerous region of the demons, the ghosts, and the dead and foreigners - in a world, chaos or death or night. This image of an inhabited microcosm, surrounded by desert regions as a chaos or a kingdom of the dead, has survived even in highly evolved civilizations such as those of China, Mesopotamia and Egypt." (from Images and Symbols Mircea Eliade was born in Bucharest, Romania, as the son of Georghe (Ieremia) Eliade, an army officer. He had changed, according to Eliade, his name from Ieremia to Eliade due to his admiration for the writer Eliade-Radulescu. The family moved from Bucharest to Rimnicu-Sarat and later to Cernavoda. "In my memory," Eliade wrote in his autobiography, "that time spent there between the Danube and the brick-colored calcinated hills, where wild roses and tiny flowers with pale dry petals grew, is always lighted with sunshine." At school he was interested in biology and chemistry, and he had his own small laboratory. He read much, and increased this time reading books by sleeping only five-six hours. While collecting material in Italy for his study on Renaissance philosophers, he read Surendranath Dasgupta's work

7. Mircea Eliade-biography Etc.
Biographical and bibliographical data about Eliade by Bryan Rennie, the author of Reconstructing Eliade .
Mircea Eliade (1907-1986)
Eliade was educated as a philosopher. He published extensively in the history of religions and acted as editor-in-chief of Macmillan's Encyclopedia of Religion . The influence of his thought, through these works and through thirty years as director of History of Religions department at the University of Chicago, is considerable. Eliade's analysis of religion assumes the existence of "the sacred" as the object of worship of religious humanity. It appears as the source of power, significance, and value. Humanity apprehends "hierophanies"physical manifestations or revelations of the sacredoften, but not only, in the form of symbols, myths, and ritual. Any phenomenal entity is a potential hierophany and can give access to non-historical time: what Eliade calls illud tempus (Latin for 'that time,' I tend to think of it as 'yon time'). The apprehension of this sacred time is a constitutive feature of the religious aspect of humanity. Click to read
Life Thought List of Works References and Further Reading Adapted from "Mircea Eliade" by Bryan Rennie in the 1998 Routledge

8. Mircea Eliade - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Mircea Eliade (March 13 O.S. February 28 1907 – April 22, 1986) was a Romanian historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, and professor at the University of
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Eliade" redirects here. For other persons of the same name, see Eliade (surname) This article may be too long to read and navigate comfortably. Please consider splitting content into sub-articles and using this article for a summary of the key points of the subject. (September 2009) Mircea Eliade
1939 portrait by Marcel Janco Born March 13, 1907
Occupation Historian philosopher short story writer journalist ... novelist Nationality Romanian Period Genres fantasy autobiography travel literature Subjects history of religion philosophy of religion cultural history political history Literary movement Modernism

Influences Honoré de Balzac Surendranath Dasgupta Julius Evola James George Frazer ... Joachim Wach Influenced Marcel Avramescu Ioan Petru Culianu Wendy Doniger Andrei Oişteanu ... Mihail Şora Mircea Eliade [ˈmirt​͡ʃe̯a eliˈade] ; March 13 O.S. February 28] 1907 – April 22, 1986) was a Romanian historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, and professor at the University of Chicago . He was a leading interpreter of religious experience, who established

9. Eliade, Mircea. - Lancaster Eprints
Eliade, Mircea. Segal, Robert A. (2001) Eliade, Mircea. In Smelser, N. J. and Bates, P. B., (eds.) International encyclopedia of social and behavioural sciences.

10. Eliade, Mircea - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Eliade, Mircea
Romanian philosopher and anthropologist of religion. He was a leading figure in the phenomenology of religion, bringing anthropological insights and data to bear on the phenomena of, Mircea

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12. Bryan S. Rennie On Mircea Eliade
Chapter 7 of this 1996 work by Bryan S. Rennie.
In Search of Cupid and Psyche: Myth and Legend in Children's Literature Bryan S. Rennie: Reconstructing Eliade: Making Sense of Religion . Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1996.
CHAPTER 7: "Myths and Mythology" It is not only in the writings of Mircea Eliade that myth appears one of the most tangled of conepts. In the broader arena of academic study, involving the classics, comparative mythology, regional studies, literary criticism, and the study of relligion, the situation is no better. To paraphrase a notorious quip on the phenomenonology of religion, there are as many interpretations of myth as there are students of myth. Eliade himself said: It is not without fear and trembling that a historian of religion approaches the problem of myth. This is not only because of that preliminary embarrassing question: what is intended by myth? It is also because the answers given depend for the most part on the documents selected. ( Quest, My purpose is not to validate Eliade's understanding of myth in competition with othersthat would be a major work in its own rightbut to clarify what Eliade's understanding was

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14. YOUTH WITHOUT YOUTH By Eliade, Mircea (ISBN: 0226204154) - Insight Books
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15. In Search Of Cupid And Psyche: Chapter Two
Excerpt from Eliade s 1963 Myth and Reality.
In Search of Cupid and Psyche: Myth and Legend in Children's Literature THE STRUCTURE OF MYTHS The following has been excerpted from Mircea Eliade, Myth and Reality. For the past fifty years at least, Western scholars have approached the study of myth from a viewpoint markedly different from, let us say, that of the nineteenth century. Unlike their predecessors, who treated myth in the usual meaning of the word, that is, as "fable," "invention," "fiction," they have accepted it as it was understood in archaic societies, where, on the contrary, "myth" means a "true story" and, beyond that, a story that is a most precious possession because it is sacred, exemplary, significant. This new semantic value given the term "myth" makes its use in contemporary parlance somewhat equivocal. Today, that is, the word is employed both in the sense of "fiction" or "illusion" and in that familiar especially to ethnologists, sociologists, and historians of religions, the sense of "sacred tradition, primordial revelation, exemplary model." The history of the different meanings given to the word "myth" in the antique and Christian worlds will be treated later . . .. Everyone knows that from the time of Xenophanes (

16. Eliade, Mircea Definition Of Eliade, Mircea In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Eliade, Mircea (m r`shə ā'lē d`ə), 1907–86, American philosopher and historian of comparative religion, b. Bucharest. He studied Indian philosophy and Sanskrit at the Univ, Mircea

17. Books By Eliade, Books By Mircea
HarperCollins Concise Guide to World Religions The Ato-Z Encyclopedia of All the Major Religious Traditions, by Eliade by Eliade, Mircea/ Culianu, Ioan P./ Wiesner, Hillary S.

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MIRCEA ELIADE NICOLAE NIT S'a nascut la 28 Februarie 1907 in Bucuresti. Studiile primare le face in orasul natal; secundare in cadrul liceului "Spiru Haret"; superioare in cadrul Universitatii Bucuresti, unde studiaza filosofia, si Calcutta (India), intre Decembrie 1928 si Decembrie 1931, unde ia cursuri dela renumitii filozofi Rabindranath Tagore si Surendranata Dasgupta despre istoria religiilor si a filozofiei indiene.
Si-a facut debutul literar cu povestirea fantastica "Cum am descoperit piatra filosofului", publicata la varsta de 14 ani in "Ziarul Stiintelor Populare" din Bucuresti, lucrare premiata de comitetul de conducere al ziarului. La varsta de 16 ani, incepe sa publice nuvele si esseuri literare la diferite reviste, iar dela 17 ani ncepe sa scrie articole in care trateaza istoria religiilor si cultura Orientului in cadrul revistei "Vlastarul" (revista liceului "Spiru Haret). Student la filosofie, isi incepe colaborarea la "Revista Universitara" in Ianuarie 1926 (Anul I, Nr. 1), in paginile careia desfasoara o acida polemica impotriva lui Nicolae Iorga, polemica bazata pe argumente irefutabile privind anumite lucrari ale istoricului, continuata in paginile ziarului "Cuvantul" (Director: Nae Ionescu) de-a lungul urmatorilor ani.
Preocupat masiv de cultura italiana intre 1927/1928, pleaca pentru scurt timp in Italia in studiu de cercetare, publicand la finele studiilor universitare o teza ampla privind Filosofia Renasterii. Dupa revenirea sa la Bucuresti dela studiile efectuate in India, Mircea Eliade se pregateste pentru sustinerea doctoratului in filosofie cu o lucrare

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