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The Social Communication of Saint Basil

Georgeta Stoica-Marcu ()
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Georgeta Stoica-Marcu: Universitatea Ovidius from Constanța, Romania

RAIS Conference Proceedings 2021 from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Abstract: It is well known that communication is a “social phenomenon, which involves an intention to send and receive a message†(Fârte 2004), in our case, the social communication to Saint Basil. The complexity of the social communication phenomenon is remarkable. It is a proof of human capacity to express their thoughts, ideas, and feelings of frustration, compassion, and struggle for social survival. With the help of words, man struggles every day, with the social problems he faces, with the depression generated by social problems, he transcends the difference of age, language, culture, color, religion and sex. The dimension of communication in social processes becomes “sine qua non†in our existence (Stoica-Marcu 2013, 128) a remarkable example over time is Basiliad. Saint Basil exhortations into practice the mercy of his sermons social facts confirming the strength of his Christian beliefs (Petcu 2009).

Keywords: St. Basil the Great; Basiliad; social communication; social processes (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 4 pages
Date: 2021-10
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Published in Proceedings of the 24th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, October 17-18, 2021, pages 116-119

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