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Saeculum
Saeculum

Publishing House: Editura Universitatii LUCIAN BLAGA din Sibiu
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, History, Philosophy, Social Sciences, Language and Literature Studies, Fine Arts / Performing Arts, Library and Information Science
Frequency: 2 issues
ISSN: 1221-2245
Status: Active

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  • 2017
  • Issue No. 1-2/36
  • Issue No. 1-2/37
  • Issue No. 1-2/38
  • Issue No. 1-2/39
  • Issue No. 1-2/40
  • Issue No. 1/41
  • Issue No. 2/42
  • Issue No. 1/43
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Short Description

SAECULUM appeared, in a new series, in 1995, founded by prof.univ.dr Ion Dur, well-known Romanian philosopher, literary critic and essay writer, as a continuation of the numbers printed by the philosopher Lucian Blaga (1895-1961), founding director of the magazine, between 1943-1944. It was registered at OSIM, as the magazine of the University "Lucian Blaga" from Sibiu, ISSN 1221-2245. The magazine published, right from the beginning, texts in the four languages used in the academic areas of the University "Lucian Blaga" of Sibiu: Romanian, English, French and German. The frequency of publishing SAECULUM was initially biannual, and annual (double numbers), biannual from 2004 to 2010, since then becoming again an annual publication that is printed in a double edition, almost every time with more than 250 pages.The thematic option of SAECULUM magazine took into account the work of the spiritual model of the University of Sibiu, initially a magazine of cultural synthesis, subtitled afterwards, from 2008 until 2012, magazine of cultural and communication studies, but then it gave up tacitly to any particular profile. The name of our publication is enough significant in itself, so that it doesn’t need any semantic prosthesis.What SAECULUM is can clearly be seen its columns, most of them permanent standing areas where complementary blend of philosophy and aesthetics, literature and criticism, history and collective mentality, to which we can add more areas of culture explored from the hermeneutic point of view: Founding Culture, the faces of the ages, convergences - divergences, Identity-Alterity, Palimpsest, History and Memory, Argument of the Work, The Lesson of Hermeneutics, (S)elective Affinities, Glass Curtain, Aesthetic Experience, Religion and Spirit, Communication-Communion, In medias media, Reviews-Notes-Notation. To which will be added, perhaps, other columns covering areas of interest which would converge our cognitive and axiological interests.SAECULUM permanently has included in its pages reference texts, written authors from our country and from abroad, which made the magazine enjoy the appropriate prestige. The published articles have become, in most cases, consistent bibliographic reference points, being appreciated not only for style but also for the depth and originality of ideas raised.