The Metaphysics of Religion: Lucian Blaga and Contemporary Philosophy

Teaneck, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (2006)
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Lucian Blaga was an early twentieth-century European philosopher whose work was suppressed at the height of his career by the creation of the Romanian Socialist Republic. The thesis of this book is that Blaga's philosophy can make valuable contributions to contemporary Anglo-American philosophy. Blaga's philosophical system is explained in detail



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