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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 5 / 2010 (546)

The Desert between World

„Western man has secured power for himself in the Universe of Forces, while oriental man was left without specific force in the Universe of Power.”

The Enlightenment paradigm was born as a counter-reaction to the Inquisition's imposed restrictions on knowledge. The demarcations drawn by the bishoprics and the papacy between the mythical and magical thinking, quintessentialized in Tradition, on the one hand, and the dogmatic thinking, founder of the Church, progressively cleansed of that which constituted heresy in the belief of the hierarchs, on the other hand, has created the great antinomy of the spirit in between whose cracks the people of the Enlightenment have succeeded in insinuating the rational thinking.


The Desert between World
Marin Dinu

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