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Anti-modernism

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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter III. In Search of a National Ontology

Lucian Blaga: The Mioritic space

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Title: Spaţiul mioritic (The Mioritic space)

Originally published: in Gândirea (1935), re-published in Spaţiul mioritic (Bucharest: Cartea Românească, 1936)

Language: Romanian

The present excerpts are from Trilogia culturii, vol. 2 (Bucharest: Humanitas, 1994), pp. 9–10, 21–22, 24–25.

About the author

Lucian Blaga [1895, Lancrăm (Hun. Lámkerék), Transylvania–1961, Cluj]: poet and philosopher. His father was a teacher. He studied in Braşov (Hun. Brassó, Ger. Kronstadt) and Vienna. In 1919 Blaga published his first volume of poetry, Poemele luminii (The poems of light). In 1920 he obtained a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Vienna. Blaga’s poetical talent was immediately recognized, and in 1921 the Romanian Academy awarded him the Adamachi prize for his literary debut. Between 1920 and 1924, Blaga worked in the editorial offices of various newspapers in Cluj. At the same time, through his friend, Nichifor Crainic, Blaga entered the traditionalist Gândirea circle. He published...

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