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03-16 EBSCOhost 3

03-16 EBSCOhost 3

03-16 EBSCOhost 3

03-16 EBSCOhost 3

2016

Vol. 3, No. 2 (2016)

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From the following link you can download the abstracts of the articles included in the last issue: Abstracts Vol. 3, No. 2 (2016)

CONTENT  

STUDIES AND ARTICLES

 

Şerban George Paul Drugaş

The Name of Zalmoxis and Its Significance in the Dacian Language and Religion…..5

Marco Cassioli

Dagli Angiò ai Savoia. l’affermarsi della sovranità Sabauda nella Val Nervia provenzale (secoli XIV-XV)…..67 

Carmen Alexandrache

The Church and the Romanians Religious Beliefs in the Early Modern Time. Perceptions, Convictions and Representations of the Foreign Travellers.….89

Cristian Constantin

Romanian–British Commercial Exchanges at the Lower Danube: The Consular Report of Percy Sanderson on the Year 1883…..103

Marian Petcu

The Romanian Journalistic Education–The History of a Polemic…..139 

Camelia Zavarache

Regime Change and Shifting Modernization Patterns: Professional Trajectories in the Field of Psychology during the Twentieth–Century Romania…..165

 

BOOKS REVIEWS

 

Stoica Cristinel Popa

Walter J. Broderick, Camilo – El Cura Guerillero, Bogota DC, Icono Editorial Ltda., 2013, 400 pp…..187

Vol. 3, No. 1 (2016)

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From the following link you can download the abstracts of the articles included in the last issue: Abstracts Vol. 3, No. 1 (2016)

 

CONTENT

STUDIES AND ARTICLES

 

Alexander Pereverzev 

Suresvara’s  View on Knowledge (jñāna)…..

Ovidiu Cristian Nedu

Vajras€cika-Upanisad. Denial of the Natural and the „Verticalization” of Religious Experience…..57

Şerban George Paul Drugaş

The Wallachians in the Nibelungenlied and their Connection with the Eastern Romance Population in the Early Middle Ages…..71

Carmen Alexandrache

Attitude of Premodern Romanian Society to “the Marginalized”. Perspectives of Observation and Interpretation……125

Zoltán Eperjesi 

Germany and the Challenge of Mass Immigration…..135


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