Mefistófeles y el andrógino

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Editorial Kairós, 2001 - 240 páginas
El gran historiador de las religiones nos ofrece cuatro ensayos aclamados en el grupo Eranos de Jung, “Experiencias de la luz mística”, “Misterio de la totalidad”, “Renovación cósmica y escatológica”, “Cuerdas y marionetas”, además de un ensayo inédito, “Observaciones sobre el simbolismo religioso”. Escrito con la sobriedad y la precisión habituales en Eliade, este inspirado libro posee el arte de comunicar conceptos foráneos o extraños con una claridad asequible a todos los públicos.

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Born in Bucharest, Rumania, Mircea Eliade studied at the University of Bucharest and, from 1928 to 1932, at the University of Calcutta with Surendranath Dasgupta. After taking his doctorate in 1933 with a dissertation on yoga, he taught at the University of Bucharest and, after the war, at the Sorbonne in Paris. From 1957, Eliade was a professor of the history of religions at the University of Chicago. He was at the same time a writer of fiction, known and appreciated especially in Western Europe, where several of his novels and volumes of short stories appeared in French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese. Two Tales of the Occult "to relate some yogic techniques, and particularly yogic folklore, to a series of events narrated in the genre of a mystery story." Both Nights of Serampore and The Secret of Dr. Honigberger evoke the mythical geography and time of India. Mythology, fantasy, and autobiography are skillfully combined in Eliade's tales.

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