Richard Răzvan Vytniorgu
Richard Răzvan Vytniorgu

Richard Răzvan Vytniorgu is a British-Romanian thinker and educator based in the UK. He has almost completed his PhD in literary theory, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Midlands3Cities. He has written on topics of identity, nationalism, and personalist thinkers for Contributors.ro and FiSch (Faith in Scholarship) as well as for academic journals.

To be Gay is to be a Person: Why Real Orthodoxy Liberates – a Romanian Case Study

Like many other Eastern European countries, Romania draws on its Orthodoxy to communicate its ideas about gender and sexuality, and these are typically conservative in nature. Yet Eastern Orthodoxy has also invited alternative philosophical approaches to being a human person – approaches which liberate rather than become entangled with nationalist…

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