Experimentalism and Phenomenology in Interwar Romania
作者: Mara Magda Maftei
刊名: The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2014, Vol.11 (4), pp.11-19
来源数据库: Common Ground Research Networks
DOI: 10.18848/2327-0055/CGP/v11i04/43741
关键词: ExperimentalismRomanian Interwar PhenomenologyHegel
原始语种摘要: The term experimentalism (a Romanian form of existentialism) is associated in interwar Romania with Professor Nae Ionescu, the only professor ever to have founded a school of philosophy in Romania. Nae Ionescu, who took Hegel, Husserl, and Heidegger as models, is known for having educated the “young generation” in the 1930s, a generation which included more than thirty young Romanian intellectuals such as Emil Cioran, Constantin Noica, Mircea Eliade, Eugen Ionescu, Petre Comarnescu, and Mihail Sebastian. Experimentalism represents the philosophy of the “young generation.” But an important dimension of experimentalism is centered on its political connotation. Among all the intellectuals trained by Professor Nae Ionescu, only Constantin Noica continued his philosophical principles as well...
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  • political 政治
  • interwar 两次战争之间的
  • follower 从动轮
  • generation 世代
  • country 地方
  • school 学校
  • existentialism 存在主义
  • beginning 开头
  • centered 中心馈电的
  • connotation 内涵