Edited By Ioana Zirra and Madeleine Potter
Religion as Philosophy and Art in the Work of Lucian Blaga
Abstract: This article introduces the thought of the Romanian philosopher Lucian Blaga on religion as a cultural creation that has value apart from questions of the truthfulness of religious doctrines. According to Blaga, religion has considerable aesthetic and philosophical significance. The article places this insight within the context of Blaga’s metaphysical vision and his analysis of epistemology, and illustrates it with a new translation of one of his most famous poems.
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