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Publication: The Proceedings of the International Conference Globalization, Intercultural Dialogue and National Identity. Section: Language and Discourse, 4, p. 43-50
Editors:Iulian Boldea, Cornel Sigmirean
Publisher:Arhipelag XXI Press
Abstract:Human existence unfolds within the limits of a fundamental triangle: God – man - world. This is the hypothesis we startfrom in our research. Not the relation to the world, but the relation of the being with its Creator, revealing the ultimate mystery of human existence: regardless of the historicalcontext – as Mircea Eliade observed – homo religiosus always believes that there is an absolute reality, which transcends this world but is manifested here, sanctifying and making itreal. He believes that life is of sacred origin and that it actualizes all its potentials to the extent to which it is religious, by participating in this reality (M. Eliade). Among the “species of God’s friends”, Michelde Certeau examined a few asymptomatic cases in the Christian centuries IV and VI – the idiot, the madmen, the lost – that we find carryingaesthetic values in the entire European literature. The Ascetic, the Christian Apostle typology whether it belongs to the Romantic literature or the Modernist Novel is another facet of religious anthropology, a way of isolating the individual from the community. One of the conclusions is that, if the Idiot, the Lost are expressions of conservation of anachorite loneliness inside the community or the extension of monastic experience into the urban environment, the Asceticis an aspiration to absolute always connected to a return-ritual.
Key words:Sacred, Apostle, Imitatio Christi
Language: Romanian

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