TITLE

KUTSALIN PEŞİNDEKİ ADAM: ÖLÜMÜNÜN 19. YILINDA MİRCEA ELİADE İÇİN KISA BİR REHBER

AUTHOR(S)
Alici, Mustafa
PUB. DATE
June 2005
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2005, Vol. 9 Issue 24, p51
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Mircea Eliade, the most prominent historian of religions in recent times, has been considered as the most vital person as Einstein in the Physics. He is seen the second reviving scholar of the study of religions after Max Müller, guiding the discipline to the new prospects and paths for the sake of humanity. Especially, his understanding of religion and religions, his conceptions on the sacred and the profane, and his other main concepts such as archetype and archaic person, are both the cornerstones of his surveys and urgent notions for the contemporary History of Religions.
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23470701

 

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