The destiny of Europe - Andrei Marga
About Andrei Marga
Rector of the Babes-Bolyai University (1993-2004, 2008-2012), he was the Romanian Minister of National Education, member in academies and managing boards from several international organizations, Andrei Marga is one of the most outstanding personalities in the Romanian field of philosophy.
Andrei Marga published numerous philosophy volumes (Rationality, Communication, Argumentation, 1991; Introduction in the Philosophical Methodology and Argumentation, 1992; Introduction in the Contemporary Philosophy, 2002; The Philosophy of European Unification, 2003; Religion in the Globalization Era, 2003; Die kulturelle Wende. Philosophische Konsequenzen der Transformation, 2004; Habermas' Philosophy, 2006; Relativism and Its Consequences, 2007; Philosophia et Theologia Hodie, 2008; The Big Brothers. Meetings with Judaism, 2009; The Absolute in the Present Day. Joseph Ratzinger's Theology and Philosophy, 2010; Argumentation, 2010; Riflessioni italiane, 2011; The Destiny of Europe, 2011). The writings are well known in the country and abroad.
He was distinguished with Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana (Italy, 2009), Medaglia Pontificia. Anno I. BenedictusXVI (Vatican, 2006), Medaglia Pontificia. Anno XXVI. Joannes Paulus II (Vatican, 2005), Das Grosse Verdienstkreuz (Germany, 2003), Gra-Cruz da Ordem National do Merito (Portugal, 2000), Ordinul National Pentru Merit, the rank Mare Cruce (Romania, 2000), Grand Officier de l'Ordre National du Mérit (France, 1999), as well as with prizes, honorific titles and medals in Slovenia, Hungary, Israel, U. S. A., France, Moldavia, Germany, Azerbaijan. He was awarded the Prize of the Sara and Haim Ianculovici Foundation (Israel, 2008), the Herder Prize (Germany - Austria, 2005) and other international prizes.
Anul aparitiei: 2011
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