(Română) LA VIE PRIVÉE DE MICHEL TOURNIER À TRAVERS SES ROMANS

Posted On Jul 18 2014 by

Michel Tournier is a well-known novelist and he is famous for his originality and his depth in his romantic creation. From his first novel, Friday or the Limbs of the Pacific up to his last one Eléazar or the Source and the Bush, he presents a very interesting adventure both inFrance and all over the world. He was a person (maybe the only one) who knew how to transform an unexpected failure in the aggregation of philosophy into a literary success. The romantic work of Tournier amounts in three dimensions which have direct relation with his own life. The first …


THE PERSPECTIVE OF SYMBOLIC ANTHROPOLOGY ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY

Posted On Oct 19 2011 by

Nowadays, cultural anthropology is constantly growing as a profound and very large theoretical domain, thus becoming the inspirational source of many different trends of thought, spreading on the social sciences and philosophy. I should say  it  also tends to replace philosophy in its own traditional role of integrating data, ideas and information coming from all the scientific spectrum, and that is because of the growing complexity of the phenomenon: philosophy needs a sort of linking discipline for that, and anthropology is the most appropriate by itself. It also seems to represent the turning point in intercultural communication theories, given the …