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Fri Mar 21 17:15:05 2014 UTClccn-n790607460.27The Eliade guide to world religions /0.460.63The two and the one73853074Mircea_Eliaden 79060746293774Eliade, M.Ėliade, Mirca 1907-1986Eliade, Mircae 1907-1986Eliade, MirceaĖliade, Mircha, 1907-1986Eliant, Mirsea 1907-1986Elijade, MirčaElijade, Mirča, 1907-1986Eriāde, M., 1907-1986Iliyāda, Mīrčā 1907-1986Iliyādih, Mīrchā, 1907-1986Mi'erqia-Yiliyade 1907-1986Yiliyade, Mi'erqia 1907-1986Элиаде, Мирча, 1907-1986إلياد، مرسيا، 1907-1986إلياد، ميرسيا، 1907-1986ميرتشيا إلياده، 1907-1986ميرسيا إيلياد، 1907-1986エリアーデ, Mエリアーデ, ミルチアエリアーデ, ミルチャlccn-n83180289Trask, Willard R.(Willard Ropes)1900-1980trledtlccn-n50036839Adams, Charles J.othedtlccn-n50047201Kitagawa, Joseph Mitsuo1915-othcomedtcrelccn-n50030939Campbell, Joseph1904-1987othclbcrelccn-n79074951Culianu, Ioan P.adpedtlccn-n95028844Rennie, Bryan S.1954-lccn-no93029038Wiesner, Hillary S.othclblccn-n79003358Jung, C. G.(Carl Gustav)1875-1961lccn-n79066647Ellwood, Robert S.1933-lccn-n95038723Jones, Lindsay1954-Eliade, Mircea1907-1986HistoryEncyclopediasDiariesSourcesBiographyMiscellaneaFictionInterviewsFolkloreDictionariesEliade, Mircea,ReligionReligionsMythologyMythSymbolismUnited StatesReligion historiansReligion--Study and teachingReligion--PhilosophyHistory--Religious aspectsShamanismYogaExperience (Religion)Campbell, Joseph,Jung, C. G.--(Carl Gustav),Mysteries, ReligiousDreamsCassirer, Ernst,Hillman, JamesFantasy fiction, RomanianInitiation rites--Religious aspectsPolitical scienceAlchemyMetals--Religious aspectsHumanismHuman beingsIndiaOccultismBarthes, RolandCosmologyHoly, TheMaitraye Devi,Knowledge, Theory of (Religion)Arts and religionCorbin, HenryScholem, Gershom,Polarity--Religious aspectsRope--Religious aspectsSymbolism--Study and teachingLonergan, Bernard J. FMetalsReconciliation--Religious aspects--Catholic ChurchTheology, DoctrinalCatholic ChurchPolitical and social viewsLight and darkness in the BibleLight--Religious aspectsRegeneration (Theology)Pluralism--Religious 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.28Eliade, MirceaThe Encyclopedia of religionEncyclopediasDictionariesThis second edition, which is intended to reflect both changes in academia and in the world since 1987, includes almost all of the 2,750 original entries -- many heavily updated -- as well as approximately 600 entirely new articles. It emphasizes religion's role within everyday life and as a unique experience from culture to culture+-+5882013755317763ocn000375325book19540.53Eliade, MirceaCosmos and history: the myth of the eternal returnMiscellanea"This founding work of the history of religions, first published in English in 1954, secured the North American reputation of the Romanian emigre-scholar Mircea Eliade (1907-1986). Making reference to an astonishing number of cultures and drawing on scholarship published in no less than half a dozen European languages, Eliade's The Myth of the Eternal Return makes both intelligible and compelling the religious expressions and activities of a wide variety of archaic and "primitive" religious cultures. While acknowledging that a return to the "archaic" is no longer possible, Eliade passionately insists on the value of understanding this view in order to enrich our contemporary imagination of what it is to be human. Jonathan Z. Smith's new introduction provides the contextual background to the book and presents a critical outline of Eliade's argument in a way that encourages readers to engage in an informed conversation with this classic text."--BOOK JACKET+-+3222656415250532ocn005079456book19570.37Eliade, MirceaThe sacred and the profane : the nature of religionHistoryFamed historian of religion Mircea Eliade observes that even moderns who proclaim themselves residents of a completely profane world are still unconsciously nourished by the memory of the sacred. Eliade traces manifestations of the sacred from primitive to modern times in terms of space, time, nature, and the cosmos. In doing so he shows how the total human experience of the religious man compares with that of the nonreligious. This book serves as an excellent introduction to the history of religion, but its perspective also emcompasses philosophical anthropology, phenomenology, and psychology. It will appeal to anyone seeking to discover the potential dimensions of human existence. -- P. [4] of cover+-+K657421065224927ocn003433560book19780.31Eliade, MirceaA history of religious ideasHistoryExamines the religions of ancient China, Brahmanism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Celtic and German religions, Judaism, and Christianity, and explores each one's philosophical concepts+-+5859571775212852ocn000376727book19640.47Eliade, MirceaShamanism: archaic techniques of ecstasyFirst published in 1951, this book soon became the standard work in the study of this mysterious and fascinating phenomenon. Writing as the founder of the modern study of the history of religion, Romanian eacute; migreacute;--scholar Mircea Eliade (1907-1986) surveys the practice of Shamanism over two and a half millennia of human history, moving from the Shamanic traditions of Siberia and Central Asia--where Shamanism was first observed--to North and South America, Indonesia, Tibet, China, and beyond. In this authoritative survey, Eliade illuminates the magico-religious life of societies that give primacy of place to the figure of the Shaman--at once magician and medicine man, healer and miracle-doer, priest, mystic, and poet. Synthesizing the approaches of psychology, sociology, and ethnology, this work will remain for years to come the reference book of choice for those intrigued by this practice+-+6273456415204468ocn000346326book19580.50Eliade, MirceaPatterns in comparative religion+-+4882178535188237ocn000337659book19670.37Eliade, MirceaFrom primitives to Zen; a thematic sourcebook of the history of religionsHistorySources+-+4958507155179653ocn000367542book19580.47Eliade, MirceaYoga; immortality and freedom+-+1912656415179135ocn000285872book19630.50Eliade, MirceaMyth and realityHistory+-+1418686155159150ocn000631463book19570.53Eliade, MirceaMyths, dreams, and mysteries; the encounter between contemporary faiths and archaic realities+-+5894686155148714ocn023771340book19910.27Eliade, MirceaThe Eliade guide to world religionsThe authoritative compendium of the 33 major religious traditions+-+6096715155135130ocn000023570book19690.50Eliade, MirceaThe quest; history and meaning in religionHistory+-+2138571775133828ocn000179550book19610.53Eliade, MirceaImages and symbols; studies in religious symbolism+-+K315756415131236ocn006807770book19580.53Eliade, MirceaRites and symbols of initiation : the mysteries of birth and rebirth+-+6308967335126812ocn000067544book19690.50Eliade, MirceaMyths and symbols : studies in honor of Mircea Eliade118629ocn000710691book19590.53Eliade, MirceaThe history of religions; essays in methodologyHistoryThe study of the history of religions appears to be at a critical point in its development. This is true of the discipline both in the East and in the West117133ocn004873250book19620.56Eliade, MirceaThe forge and the crucibleMiscellanea+-+0548571775105519ocn001531751book19760.47Eliade, MirceaOccultism, witchcraft, and cultural fashions : essays in comparative religionsHistorySix essays on a variety of interrelated subjects+-+674857177593114ocn012216801book19850.53Eliade, MirceaSymbolism, the sacred, and the arts+-+636159173581028ocn001885242book19650.63Eliade, MirceaThe two and the oneFolklore15715ocn047009607com19990.35Ellwood, Robert SThe politics of myth a study of C.G. Jung, Mircea Eliade, and Joseph CampbellHistory"The Politics of Myth examines the political views implicit in the mythological theories of three of the most widely read popularizers of myth in the twentieth century, C. G. Jung, Mircea Eliade, and Joseph Campbell. All three had intellectual roots in the anti-modern pessimism and romanticism that also helped give rise to European fascism, and all three have been accused of fascist and anti-Semitic sentiments. At the same time, they themselves tended toward individualistic views of the power of myth, believing that the world of ancient myth contained resources that could be of immense help to people baffled by the ambiguities and superficiality of modern life." "Robert Ellwood details the life and thought of each mythologist and the intellectual and spiritual worlds within which they worked. He reviews the damaging charges that have been made about their politics, taking them seriously while endeavoring to put them in the context of the individual's entire career and lifetime contribution. Above all, he seeks to extract from their published work the view of the political world that seems most congruent with it."--BOOK JACKET+-+605899642513812ocn042854718com19960.47Baeten, Elizabeth MThe magic mirror myth's abiding powerHistory13404ocn042330787com19960.47Rennie, Bryan SReconstructing Eliade making sense of religionHistoryReconstructing Eliade is a concept-by-concept analysis of the thought of Mircea Eliade and a re-evaluation of his analysis of religion. It illustrates how a thorough familiarity with Eliade's work can produce an interpretation of his thought as systematic, coherent, and fully rational. Part One provides an analysis of the terms of Eliade's understanding of religion - hierophany, the sacred and the dialectic of the sacred and profane, homo religiosus, myths and symbols - and thus of the meaning of religion implied throughout his work. Part Two inspects various problems which arise in light of this analysis, particularly relativism and the role of commitment. Part Three applies this analysis to certain problems - religion in the modern world and Eliade's unfinished analysis of the modern, the postmodern phenomenon, implicit religion, and various related problems in the study of religion. Far from being outmoded and inadequate, Eliade's thought is suggested to be fertile ground for the reconception of religious realities in the contemporary world+-+881279642510644ocn252590569file19920.56Cave, DavidMircea Eliade's vision for a new humanismHistoryThis study argues that Mircea Eliade's idea of a "new humanism" for modern cultures was the motivating impulse behind much of his life's work on the history of religions+-+898925046510567ocn002597489book19730.50Eliade, MirceaNo souvenirs : journal, 1957-1969BiographyDiaries+-+38695717759325ocn062338580com20040.50Dadosky, John DanielThe structure of religious knowing encountering the sacred in Eliade and Lonergan+-+96151964258644ocn587445988file20100.50Eliade, MirceaThe Portugal journalDiaries+-+93047938968215ocn051574898file19990.53Wasserstrom, Steven MReligion after religion Gershom Scholem, Mircea Eliade, and Henry Corbin at EranosHistoryAnnotation+-+55905564157332ocn003169321book19780.53Eliade, MirceaThe forbidden forest7248ocn000321160book19630.56Altizer, Thomas J. JMircea Eliade and the dialectic of the sacred6152ocn810933508book19980.37Perrin, David BrianThe sacrament of reconciliation an existential approach+-+30973982255872ocn003562270book19770.63Dudley, GuilfordReligion on trial : Mircea Eliade & his criticsHistory5809ocn007552978book19800.53Eliade, MirceaAutobiographyBiography+-+16695717753245752ocn008034806book19820.53Eliade, MirceaOrdeal by labyrinth : conversations with Claude-Henri Rocquet : with an essay on Brancusi and mythologyInterviews+-+92385717753245633ocn017413723book19880.37Eliade, MirceaYouth without youth and other novellasThree novellas set in Romania. In "The Cape," a saboteur prints phony copies of the Romanian party organ, Scinteia, antedating them by three years. The secret police, highly agitated, deduce that a worldwide peace organization is sending coded messages through the paper, derived from the beatitudes. In "Youth Without Youth," an old man is struck by a bolt of lightning and becomes young again. Now endowed with a fantastic memory and comprehension, he receives "thought" messages from the supernatural. "Nineteen Roses" concerns the secretary of a famous writer who finds himself reliving an experience that happened to his employer 30 years ago. The writer disappears and is presumed dead, but is he?5103ocn027975009book19940.37Eliade, MirceaBengal nightsHistoryFictionA semi-autobiographical romance between a French engineer and the daughter of a Hindu family with which he stayed in India. A case of East meets West with all the joys and woes that such encounters bring. For her version of the story see her novel, It Does Not Die+-+03695717753245053ocn007741459book19810.63Imagination and meaning : the scholarly and literary worlds of Mircea Eliade4676ocn007553748book19810.39Eliade, MirceaJourney east, journey west : 1907-1937Biography4274ocn029183613book19760.37Maitraye DeviIt does not die : a romanceBiographyFictionAn Indian writer gives her version of the romance which Mircea Eliade, the Romanian writer, described in his novel, Bengal Nights. "Why did you not tell the truth, Mircea?" she asks, not at all pleased that he portrayed her as an Oriental vamp+-+28189617753243961ocn018779716book19890.59Eliade, MirceaJournal III, 1970-1978BiographyDiaries+-+1359571775324+-+5859571775+-+5859571775Fri Mar 21 15:44:11 EDT 2014batch116010