Mircea Eliade, Postmodernism, and the Problematic Nature of Representational Thinking

in Method & Theory in the Study of Religion
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Abstract

This essay reviews the "ten affinities" Bryan S. Rennie proposes, in his book, Reconstructing Eliade (1996), to establish Mircea Eliade as a precursor of postmodernism. These affinities can be grouped together as historical, ontological, and epistemological. The paper goes on to refute these affinities between Eliade and postmodernism by drawing on the work of undisputedly recognized postmodern thinkers.

Method & Theory in the Study of Religion

Journal of the North American Association for the Study of Religion

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