Eugeniu Sperantia

Eugeniu Speranția
Eugeniu Sperantia (May 18 1888 – January 11/12, 1972) was a Romanian poet, aesthetician, essayist, sociologist and philosopher.wikipedia
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He was born in Bucharest to folklorist Theodor Speranția and his wife Elena (née Cruceanu), a relative of poet Mihail Cruceanu.
Born in Deleni, Iași County, his father was D. Nădejde, a Romanian Orthodox deacon; his son was poet Eugeniu Sperantia; and he was the cousin of political brothers Ioan and Gheorghe Nădejde.

Symbolist movement in Romania

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Sperantia was an early participant in the local Symbolist movement, drawing praise from Macedonski, Densusianu and Gheorghe Bogdan-Duică.
They were joined by Șerban Bascovici, D. Iacobescu, Emil Isac, Mihail Săulescu, Theodor Solacolu, Eugeniu Sperantia, Dem. Theodorescu and Minulescu's wife Claudia Millian.

Romanian Writers' Society

His published books include collections of Symbolist poems (Zvonuri din necunoscut, 1921; Pasul umbrelor și al veciei, 1930, Romanian Writers' Society prize; Sus, 1939), a novel (Casa cu nalbă, 1916), aesthetic studies (Frumosul ca înaltă suferință, 1921; "Papillons" de Schumann, 1934, Romanian Academy prize), memoirs (Figuri universitare, 1967; Amintiri din lumea literară, 1967), short biographies of musicians, philosophical essays, studies of psychology (Psihologia gândirii, 1922) and of philosophy of law (Principii fundamentale de filosofie juridică, 1936).
The poetry prize recipients were: George Gregorian and Al. T. Stamatiad (1922), Claudia Millian and G. Talaz (1923), Davidescu and Moldovanu (1924), Foti, Constantin Râuleț and Adrian Maniu (1925), Aron Cotruș, Ion Dongorozi, Radu Gyr and Bacovia (1926), Perpessicius, George Dumitrescu, Artur Enășescu and Pillat (1927), Vasile Voiculescu, Zaharia Stancu and Boureanu (1928), Celarianu, Arghezi and Talaz (1929), Ion Barbu, Lucian Blaga and Eugen Jebeleanu (1930), Eugeniu Sperantia and Stamatiad (1931), Ilarie Voronca, D. Nanu and Virgil Gheorghiu (1932), Boureanu and Dan Botta (1933), Dumitrescu, N. Crevedia, Simion Stolnicu and Maria Banuș (1934), Mircea Streinul, Emil Gulian, Maniu and Vlaicu Bârna (1935), Ștefan Baciu (1936), Iulian Vesper, Teofil Lianu and Șerban Bascovici (1938), Celarianu, Emil Giurgiuca, Gyr and Aurel Chirescu (1939).

Romania

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Eugeniu Sperantia (May 18 1888 – January 11/12, 1972) was a Romanian poet, aesthetician, essayist, sociologist and philosopher.

Bucharest

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He was born in Bucharest to folklorist Theodor Speranția and his wife Elena (née Cruceanu), a relative of poet Mihail Cruceanu.

Mihail Cruceanu

Mihai Cruceanu
He was born in Bucharest to folklorist Theodor Speranția and his wife Elena (née Cruceanu), a relative of poet Mihail Cruceanu.

Ovid Densusianu

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That year, he made his published debut, in Ovid Densusianu's Vieața Nouă.

University of Bucharest

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In 1910, he graduated from the philosophy faculty of Bucharest University.

Union of Transylvania with Romania

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A high school teacher from the time he was still a student, Sperantia was dispatched to the newly acquired Transylvania province in the wake of World War I, serving as director of higher education for Cluj (1919-1921), professor at the Oradea law academy (1929-1934) and professor of sociology and philosophy of law at Cluj University (1934-1949).

Transylvania

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A high school teacher from the time he was still a student, Sperantia was dispatched to the newly acquired Transylvania province in the wake of World War I, serving as director of higher education for Cluj (1919-1921), professor at the Oradea law academy (1929-1934) and professor of sociology and philosophy of law at Cluj University (1934-1949).

Cluj-Napoca

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A high school teacher from the time he was still a student, Sperantia was dispatched to the newly acquired Transylvania province in the wake of World War I, serving as director of higher education for Cluj (1919-1921), professor at the Oradea law academy (1929-1934) and professor of sociology and philosophy of law at Cluj University (1934-1949).

Oradea

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A high school teacher from the time he was still a student, Sperantia was dispatched to the newly acquired Transylvania province in the wake of World War I, serving as director of higher education for Cluj (1919-1921), professor at the Oradea law academy (1929-1934) and professor of sociology and philosophy of law at Cluj University (1934-1949).

Babeș-Bolyai University

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A high school teacher from the time he was still a student, Sperantia was dispatched to the newly acquired Transylvania province in the wake of World War I, serving as director of higher education for Cluj (1919-1921), professor at the Oradea law academy (1929-1934) and professor of sociology and philosophy of law at Cluj University (1934-1949).

Flacăra

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He contributed poems and articles to Flacăra, Vieața Nouă, Cele trei Crișuri, Românul literar, Revista celorlalți, Farul, Revue Roumaine, Luceafărul, Gând românesc, Gândirea, Steaua and Familia, sometimes using the pen names Eugenius, Genică, Corina Lazzariny, Victor Olimp, Victor Spoială, Victor Talpă and Cerchez.

Luceafărul (magazine)

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He contributed poems and articles to Flacăra, Vieața Nouă, Cele trei Crișuri, Românul literar, Revista celorlalți, Farul, Revue Roumaine, Luceafărul, Gând românesc, Gândirea, Steaua and Familia, sometimes using the pen names Eugenius, Genică, Corina Lazzariny, Victor Olimp, Victor Spoială, Victor Talpă and Cerchez.

Gândirea

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He contributed poems and articles to Flacăra, Vieața Nouă, Cele trei Crișuri, Românul literar, Revista celorlalți, Farul, Revue Roumaine, Luceafărul, Gând românesc, Gândirea, Steaua and Familia, sometimes using the pen names Eugenius, Genică, Corina Lazzariny, Victor Olimp, Victor Spoială, Victor Talpă and Cerchez.

Familia (magazine)

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He contributed poems and articles to Flacăra, Vieața Nouă, Cele trei Crișuri, Românul literar, Revista celorlalți, Farul, Revue Roumaine, Luceafărul, Gând românesc, Gândirea, Steaua and Familia, sometimes using the pen names Eugenius, Genică, Corina Lazzariny, Victor Olimp, Victor Spoială, Victor Talpă and Cerchez.

Gheorghe Bogdan-Duică

Sperantia was an early participant in the local Symbolist movement, drawing praise from Macedonski, Densusianu and Gheorghe Bogdan-Duică.

Constantin Rădulescu-Motru

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Hailed, at the same time, by Constantin Rădulescu-Motru for his contributions to philosophy and sociology, he was a professor shaped in the spirit of Titu Maiorescu's school.

Titu Maiorescu

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Hailed, at the same time, by Constantin Rădulescu-Motru for his contributions to philosophy and sociology, he was a professor shaped in the spirit of Titu Maiorescu's school.

Romanian Academy

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His published books include collections of Symbolist poems (Zvonuri din necunoscut, 1921; Pasul umbrelor și al veciei, 1930, Romanian Writers' Society prize; Sus, 1939), a novel (Casa cu nalbă, 1916), aesthetic studies (Frumosul ca înaltă suferință, 1921; "Papillons" de Schumann, 1934, Romanian Academy prize), memoirs (Figuri universitare, 1967; Amintiri din lumea literară, 1967), short biographies of musicians, philosophical essays, studies of psychology (Psihologia gândirii, 1922) and of philosophy of law (Principii fundamentale de filosofie juridică, 1936).

Socialist Republic of Romania

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He reached the retirement age in 1949, early in the communist regime.

Erotetics

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In 1936 Whately's work was revived by Eugeniu Sperantia.

Tristan Tzara

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Alongside their close friend and mentor Adrian Maniu (an Imagist who had been Vinea's tutor), they included N. Davidescu, Alfred Hefter-Hidalgo, Emil Isac, Claudia Millian, Ion Minulescu, I. M. Rașcu, Eugeniu Sperantia, Al. T. Stamatiad, Eugeniu Ștefănescu-Est, Constantin T. Stoika, as well as the journalist and lawyer Poldi Chapier.