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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter II. The Crisis of the European Conscience

Mircea Eliade: Spiritual itinerary

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Title: Itinerariu spiritual (Spiritual itinerary)

Originally published: Serialized in the newspaper Cuvântul 3 (6 September–16 November 1927)

Language: Romanian

The present excerpts are from Mircea Eliade, Profetism românesc, vol. 1 (Bucharest: Roza Vînturilor, 1990), pp. 19–23.

About the author

Mircea Eliade [1907, Bucharest–1986, Chicago]: writer, philosopher and historian of religion. His father was an officer. He studied philosophy at the University of Bucharest and graduated with a thesis on the Renaissance in 1928. Eliade emerged as one of the most gifted intellectuals of his generation as early as the 1920s. Between 1928 and 1931, he lived and studied in India (Calcutta), an experience that not only marked Eliade’s personal life (he converted, if only for a short period, to Hinduism), but also his academic interests. He remained fascinated by Oriental religions for the remaining of his life. He completed his doctorate at the University of Bucharest in 1933, with a thesis on the ph...

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