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THE „RUGUL APRINS” („THE BURNING BUSH”) ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LEGALITY AND LEGITIMACY

Carmen Ciornea
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Carmen Ciornea: Faculty de Theology – „Ovidius” University

CrossCultural Management Journal, 2020, issue 1, 31-39

Abstract: The personality of Sandu Tudor, the founder, organizer and catalyst of the spiritual group from Antim has already been the subject of many research approaches, which appeared after 1990 and, at first glance, it can be considered as no longer able to offer the substance of an original study. However, in the following, the author proposes to raise a problem that has not so far found its solution, namely: was the „Rugul Aprins” („The Burning Bush”) Association legally constituted or not? Regarding the restoration of the image of „Rugul Aprins” – the group that gave rise to a real symbiosis between cult and culture, it is no longer as easy as in the case of the Cernăuţi moment, where, thanks to the memorialistic literature, the event can be faithfully reconstructed (from the names of the lecturers to the topics discussed). This time, the author will try to recover the route completed by the Rugul Aprins Association, from its establishment until it became outlawed, going on the wake of the new evidence located in the file no. 012956 from the Archive of CNSAS.

Keywords: Sandu Tudor; Alexandru Teodorescu; Orthodoxy; Christian paradigm; „The Burning Bush” Association (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I20 K49 Z12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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