|born on||19 January 1897 at 09:55 (= 09:55 AM )|
|Place||Temesvár, Romania, 45n45, 21e13|
|Astrology data||29°37' 06°06 Asc. 07°48'|
Hungarian classical philologist and authority in comparative religions, who pioneered research in ancient cultures and formulated a theory of the “Humanism of integral man.”
A professor of classical studies (Pécs, Szeged) and visiting professor of Hungarian language (Basel), Kerényi joined the Carl Jung Institut (Zürich) in 1948, investigated primitive mythology, and founded the periodical Albae Vigiliae to disseminate anthropological studies. His many works on classical mythology include Die antike Religion (1940; “Ancient Religion”) and Die Mythologie der Griechen (1951; “Mythology of the Greeks”).
He died 14 April 1973.
- business associate/partner relationship with Jung, Carl (born 26 July 1875)
Taeger quotes Walter, personal statement.
As Márton Veszprémy pointed out, Temesvar was part of Hungary,at the time, the timezone was CET.
- Vocation : Humanities+Social Sciences : Philosopher
- Notable : Famous : First in Field (research in ancient cultures)