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Considerations regarding combined heat and power generators using Stirling engines
Nicolae Sorea
DOCT-US , 2010,
Abstract: This paper presents considerations regarding the combined heat and power generators using Stirling engines and the advantage of cogeneration that optimizes the energy supply to all types of consumers with the major benefits to both users and society at large
A Computer Simulation of Two Piston Stirling Engine
Nicolae Sorea
DOCT-US , 2009,
Abstract: This paper presents a computer simulation of two piston Stirling engine in Two Piston Stirling Engine Simulator software by JLB Enterprises and the influence of the phase angle on the operating characteristics. It also presents the conclusions regarding the phase angle influence on the p-V diagrams of this type of engine and the best position of the pistons for obtaining the best efficiency of the two piston Stirling engine.
Maximus the confessor and René Girard: a hermeneutic approach
Sorea, D.
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Bra?ov. Series VII : Social Sciences and Law , 2010,
Abstract: For Maximus the Confessor, the Holy Scriptures is a guide for the ascetic ascension and the commandment to imitate the Lord means love. For R. Girard, Christ’s passions take down the resorts of the victim’s mechanism, signaling the mimetic functioning of culture and the false sacredness instituted by violence. In hermeneutic approach, the two discourses unveil their similitude, proving alternative paths from the text of the Scriptures to their significance.
Tradition, religion and sustainable development in the Romanian cultural area
Sorea, D.
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Bra?ov. Series VII : Social Sciences and Law , 2011,
Abstract: Sustainability is not unusual within Western culture. One of the causes accounting for the Romanian people’s compatibility with the behaviours associated with sustainable development is represented by the persistence of the consumer behaviour before 1989 in the Romanians’ memory. Other causes underlying this compatibility are represented by the axiological survival of the cultural tradition and by the Romanians’ affiliation to the Orthodox Church. The concept of “sustainable development” connotes either change or recovery in the human relationship with the environment. The main advantage brought forth by this orientation comes from the promoted natural behaviours.
Observations with Respect to the Future of Religion Prefigured by R. Rorty and G. Vattimo
Daniela Sorea
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Bra?ov. Series VII : Social Sciences and Law , 2009,
Abstract: G. Vattimo and R. Rorty outline a faith without precepts and without a metaphysical God, as future of religion, after the deconstruction of Western ontology. The present paper signals the fact that the reductionist vision of the religion of the times to come, as undertaking of the law of love and of its charitable consequences risks to annul the religious character of love. A faith that programmatically undertakes charity in the absence of a metaphysic God is at most conviction. The rational-discursive approach mines the logic of religious faith. The restoring dimension of hermeneutics is more involved in the future of religion than its reductionist dimension.
Communicational tools of self-knowledge
Daniela Sorea
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Bra?ov. Series VII : Social Sciences and Law , 2012,
Abstract: Contemporary Western culture is under the sign of the interest for communication. Internet and mobile telephony place over the world, network-type structures, analogous to those in the Renaissance representation of the world. Internet ensures, through the very technical conditions of its use, the creation of a private space wherein the individual faces himself. The use of the mobile phone favours the replacement of the individual in the network of his personal relations and in his own history. Internet and mobile telephony support self-knowledge
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