“Unde Malum? Dualist(oid) and Gnostic Imaginary, from Folk Mythology to Modern Romanian Literature” (Nicoleta Popa Blanariu)

Transylvanian Review (Academia Română, Centrul de Studii Transilvane, Cluj-Napoca), XXV, 2 (summer 2016) Abstract: Our contribution attempts to respond to a gap in the investigation of the reminiscences of dualistic imaginary in modern literature and also in the Romanian reflection on the phenomenon. By approaching more thoroughly a theme that we have already discussed, from… Continue lendo “Unde Malum? Dualist(oid) and Gnostic Imaginary, from Folk Mythology to Modern Romanian Literature” (Nicoleta Popa Blanariu)

“Poésie et connaissance nocturne chez Lucian Blaga et Yves Bonnefoy” (Gisèle Vanhese)

STUDIA UNIVERSITATIS BABEŞ-BOLYAI, PHILOLOGIA, LIV, 2, 2009 [PDF] ABSTRACT. The essay Poésie et connaissance nocturne chez Lucian Blaga et Yves Bonnefoy presents the profound convergencies between two authors who were able to reconcile poetry with ontology. For Lucian Blaga and Yves Bonnefoy as well, poetry takes first the appearance of a desiring meditation regarding the… Continue lendo “Poésie et connaissance nocturne chez Lucian Blaga et Yves Bonnefoy” (Gisèle Vanhese)

“Human Progress Is a Lie: an interview with John Gray” (Johannes Niederhauser)

VICE Magazine, Mar 28 2013 Yes, we have drones and vaccines, but that doesn't mean civilisation is progressing. Haven't we humans come such a long way? In the past 200 years alone we've managed to abolish slavery (by moving it to the sweatshops of the Third World), rid our lives of industrial pollution (by moving… Continue lendo “Human Progress Is a Lie: an interview with John Gray” (Johannes Niederhauser)