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His preoccupations were throughout all philosophy, from epistemologyphilosophy of culture, axiology and philosophic anthropology to ontology and logicsfrom the history of philosophy to systematic philosophy, from ancient to contemporary philosophy, from translating and interpretation to criticism and creation. In he was included to the list of the Greatest Romanians of all time by a nationwide poll.
Between and he attended courses of the University of Bucharest ‘s Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, where he graduated in thesis: Here he met as a teacher philosopher Nae Ionescu. He worked as a librarian at the History of Philosophy Seminar and attended the courses of the Faculty of Mathematics for one year He was a member of the Criterion Association — After attending courses in France between — on a French government scholarship, he returned to Bucharest where in he earned his doctor’s degree in philosophy thesis: Sketch on the history of How is it that there is anything new, published the same year.
After the war, the Soviet army remained in Romania, backing the establishment of a communist regime.
Noica was harassed by the new regime. In December of that year, after making public the book “Histoire et Utopie” by Emil Cioran who had left for Francehe was sentenced to 25 years of forced labor in the Jilava prison as a political prisoner, and all his possessions confiscated. He was dumincia-constantin after 6 years as part of a general amnesty and released in August From he lived in Bucharest, where he was the principal researcher at the Romanian Academy ‘s Center of Logics.
In his two-room apartment he held seminaries on Hegel ‘s, Plato ‘s and Noicx ‘s philosophy. He was buried at the nearby hermitage, having left behind numerous philosophical essays.
In Constantin Noica was posthumously awarded the Herder Prizeand inafter the fall of communism in Romania, he was accepted as a posthumous member of the Romanian Academy. The 20th century is thought to be dominated by science. The model of scientific knowledgewhich means transforming reality into formal and abstract concepts, is applied in judging the entire environment. This kind of thinking is called by Noica “the logic of Ares”, as it considers the individual a simple variable in the Whole.
The existence is, for this scientific way of considering things, a statistical fact. In order to recover the individual senses, the sense of existence, Noica proposes, in opposition with “the logic of Ares”, “the logic of Hermes”, a way of thinking which considers the individual a reflection of the Whole.
The logic of Hermes means understanding the Whole through the part, it means identifying in a duminics-constantin existence the general principles of reality. This way of thinking allows one to understand the meaning of the life of a man oppressed by the quick present moment. Noica appreciates Greek and German philosophers, as well as several Romanian writers. He recommends to read philosophy, to learn classical languages, particularly ancient Greek, and modern languages, particularly German.
His preoccupations were throughout all philosophy, from epistemology, philosophy of culture, axiology and philosophic anthropology to ontology and logics, from the history of philosophy to systematic philosophy, from ancient to contemporary philosophy, from translating and interpretation to criticism and creation. Between and he attended essuri of the University of Bucharest’s Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, where he graduated in thesis: Gabriel Liiceanu Gabriel Liiceanu Romanian pronunciation: He earned a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Bucharest in Between andLiiceanu was a researcher at the Institute of Seeuri, and between and at the Institute of Art History.
He received a fellowship from the Humboldt Foundation between and He has been the manager of Humanitas publishing house since He has been professor at the University of Bucharest’s Faculty of Philosophy since Liiceanu is also a founding member of the Group for Social Dialoguepresident of the Romanian Publishers’ Association sinceand member of the scientific council of Esseuri Europe College.
He was greatly infl This is a list in progress of world-famous or important Aromanians and people having Aromanian ancestry. Arts Constantin Belimace —Romanian poet, born in Bitola. Father of Greek-Aromanian descent.
Camil Ressu —Romanian painter. Romanian philosophy is a name covering either a the philosophy done in Romania or by Romanians, or b an ethnic philosophy, which expresses at a high level the dumunica-constantin features of the Romanian spirituality, or which elevates to a philosophical level the Weltanschauung of the Romanian people, as deposited in language and folklore, traditions, architecture and other linguistic and cultural artifacts.
The specificity of the Romanian philosophy The discussion concerning the existence of a Romanian philosophy has known three stages.
Between the two World Wars, after the emergence of Greater Romania, Romanian national identity went through a crisis. Since it was not centered anymore on immediate political goals national rights, independence, national unity etc. Therefore, discussions of “national specificity” in historiography, literature and philosophy became very common.
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It is situated at m altitude, being the highest resort in Romania. It lies in a conifer forest. It is a popular winter destination and in summer it is sought for its peacefulness. There is always snow and skiing lessons for its fresh air and for the easily accessible trekking routes. It was founded by an association — Siebenbuergischer Karpatenverein S. Currently there are 4 hotels, 6 chalets and 17 villas and an increasing number of private holiday houses.
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At the entrance in the resort, there is a Romanian Orthodox monastery; the place where the Romanian philosopher Constantin Noica spent the last period of his lifetime. Formally, it is a village administered by the city of Sibiu, although it lies on territory that is essuri contiguous with the city itself. External links Photo Galle The resulting series, Great Romanians Romanian: It concluded with a debate. The list Stephen the Great – prince of Moldavia won renown in Europe for his long resistance to the Ottoman Turks Carol I — – the first Romanian ruler of the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen dynasty -the first King of Romania since after the country acquired full independence under his leadership Mihai Eminescu — He was a esseuri interpreter of religious experience, who established paradigms in religious studies that persist to this day.
His theory that hierophanies form the basis of religion, splitting the human experience of reality into sacred and profane space and time, has proved influential.
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His work has been noted for its pervasive philosophical pessimism, and frequently engages with issues of suffering, decay, and duminica-consfantin. His father, Emilian Cioran, was an Orthodox priest. This is a list of Romanian writers. Logo Main offices Humanitas Romanian: Currently, Humanitas publishes literature, books on philosophy, religion, duminica-constzntin and political sciences, history, memoirs, popular science, children’s literature, and self-help books. As a youth, Zarifopol took him to meet playwright Ion Luca Caragiale and his family.
Gherea’s debut as a writer was a novel written jointly with Luca Caragiale, which was also his only contribution to the genre. Enjoying national success as an accompanist for George Enescu, Gherea was also a respected literary essayist, and a noted Romanian phenomenologist, ontologist, and philosopher of art; his lasting friendship with philosopher Constantin Noica transcended ethnic and ideological barriers. An anti-authoritarian, Gherea was repressed by during the first decad This is a list of Romanian philosophers.
The culture of Romania is the product of its geography and its distinct historical evolution. It is theorized and speculated that Romanians and the Vlachs Aromanians, Megleno-Romanians, and Istro-Romanians are the combination of descendants of Roman colonists duminica-constanti people indigenous to the region who were Romanized.
The Dacian people, one of the major indigenous peoples of southeast Europe are one of the predecessors of the Proto-Romanians. Modern Romanian culture visibly reflects a tremendous amount of both Balkan and Eastern European influences. In addition, Romanian culture shares several similarities with other ancient cultures such as that of the Armenians. Nae Ionescu Nae Ionescu Romanian: Near the end of his career, he became known for his antisemitism and devotion to far right politics, in the years leading up to World War II.
Romania’s entry into the war on the Entente side prevented him from returning, but he was awarded a nnoica in philosophy in from the University of Munich. Back in Romania, after another brief stint teaching, Ionescu was appointed assistant to Constant Names that cannot be confirmed in Wikipedia database nor through given sources are subject to removal.
If you would like to add a new name please consider writing about the person first. If a notable Romanian is missing and without article, please add your request for a new article here. However, this is not a list of all famous Romanians. This is a list of some of the most prominent Romanians. It contains historical and important contemporary figures athletes, actors, directors etc.
Most of the people listed here are of Romanian ethnicity, whose native tongue is Romanian. There are also a few mentioned who were born in Noida and can speak Romanian, though not of Romanian ethnicity. Remus Niculescu Remus Niculescu — was a Romanian art historian. It is composed of four villages: Famous residents include the philosopher and writer Constantin Noica – It is now for man to insist upon the same freedom for his mind as he has won for his body.
The article also launched the book Persecution and its sto George Potra – was an Austro-Hungarian-born Romanian historian. He was describeed as the most important historian of Bucharest, and was the father of the historian George G.
“A fi simplu reprezintă deci o savantă întoarcere la nevinovăţie.”
Nicolae Steinhardt Romanian pronunciation: Due to his lineage from his father side, he was to be subject to anti-semitic discrimination during the fascist governments of World War II Romania. Between andhe attended Spiru Haret primary school and college in Bucharest, where, despite his background, he was taught Religion by a Nouca priest.
Teleorman County Romanian pronunciation: The name Teleorman is of Cumanic Turkic origin. It literally means crazy forest Deli orman and, by extension, “thick and shadowy forest” in the Cuman language.
Demographics Init had a population ofand the population density was