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Issue no.XI /2008


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Relaţii diplomatice Apus-Răsărit. Tratatul de la Craiova din 7 septembrie 1940    
L’acculturation à l’Occident ou la fin des chocs de civilisations    
Stratificarea intelectualităţii laice din Transilvania în secolele XVI-XVII în contextul raporturilor culturale Occident-Răsărit    
Ivan Lopukhin and the Development of Mystical Historiosophy in Late Eighteenth-Century Russia    
Translated Title: Ivan Lopukhin and the Development of Mystical Historiosophy in Late Eighteenth-Century Russia
Publication: Yearbook of the "Gheorghe Şincai" Institute for Social Sciences and the Humanities of the Romanian Academy (XI/2008)
Author Name: Berg, Andreas;
Language: English
Subject: History
Issue: XI/2008
Page Range: 44 - 57
No. of Pages: 13
File size: 164 KB
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Summary: In the present study, the author argues that accounts of the development of Russian historiography during the Russian enlightenment need to take into greater consideration the contribution of mystical thought to the conceptualisation of history as an autonomous human construct. In the first part he discusses some challenges faced by a rationalistic approach to the study of history. In the second part he proposes the mystical thought of a noted Russian Rosicrucian thinker Ivan Vladimirovich Lopukhin (1756-1816) and suggests that his attempt to relate historical and divine realities was focused on enhancing human agency in its historical and ontological terms. In the third part he draws some implications stemming from his reconsideration of the interrelationship between mysticism and history.
Keywords: Russian enlightenment; mystical thought; reason; historiosophy; human agency; divinity
Transylvania as a borderland between the west and the east    
Exilul şi moartea: povestea celui plecat în imaginarul celor rămaşi acasă. Cazul Al. I. Cuza    
Retorica independenţei României în mesajele de tron ale lui Carol I. De la acţiunea internă la argumentul european    
Europe and/or Orient. British Travel Literature and the Recognition of Cultural Confluences in Inter-war Romania    
Mircea Eliade. Între Orient şi Occident    
Translation of difference into otherness: Jeremy Seal’s "A Fez of the Heart" (1995)    
Semantica „rasei” - de la clasificări tradiţionale ale „ţiganului” la discursul elitei roma din România contemporană    
The exile between metaphysics and geography    
L'intégration des Balkans Occidentaux dans l'Union Européenne. Problèmes et perspectives    
The Romanian orthodox church, the state, and European Union. Steps towards integration    
Relaţiile bisericii ortodoxe din Transilvania cu Rusia în secolele XVII-XVIII    
Iosif al II-lea (1780-1790) şi iosefinismul. Introducere istoriografică la un dosar elaborat    
Studenţi din Transilvania la Academia militară„Ludovika” din Budapesta (1883-1893)