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The Păltiniș diary : a paideic model in humanist culture

Author: Gabriel Liiceanu
Publisher: Budapest ; New York : CEU Press, 2000.
Series: Central European library of ideas.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : English edView all editions and formats
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"This volume portrays a story of resistance in Romania during the reign of Ceausescu: that of Constantin Noica, one of the country's foremost intellectuals." "Noica was an original thinker belonging to the remarkable intellectual generation of important figures such as Mircea Eliade, E.M. Ciorin and Eugene Ionescu, but he chose to stay in Romania after the communist takeover when many others fled. Harassed and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Gabriel Liiceanu; Constantin Noica; Gabriel Liiceanu; Constantin Noica; Constantin Noica; Constantin Noica
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gabriel Liiceanu
ISBN: 9639116882 9789639116887 9639116890 9789639116894
OCLC Number: 44920578
Description: xxxii, 227 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Central European library of ideas.
Other Titles: Jurnalul de la Păltiniș.
Responsibility: Gabriel Liiceanu.

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Under Caeausescu's totalitiarian regime the philosopher Constantin Noica retreated to the mountains and surrounded himself with other intellectuals to discuss humanistic values. The author noted  Read more...

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