O radiografie necesara – Ortodoxie si Globalizare/ A Necessary Radiography: Orthodoxy And Globalisation

Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 3 (7):182-191 (2004)
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The two works this paper focuses on (Anastasios Yannopoulos, Orthodoxy and the Problems of Contemporary World and Georgios Mantzaridis, Globalization and Universality. Phantom and Truth) represent a thorough analysis of contemporary history, in which globalization is the direction and purpose of the new vision in human relations and community. The lost of the individuality of these relations is considered to be a disease which has very strong religious and anthropological effects. The common feature is the reaffirmation of community in the perspective of Eastern anthropology



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