reading: Eliade, The Sacred and the Profane, introduction, Chapter 1 and Chapter 3. What does Eliade see as the primary characteristic of religion? What does he mean by ‘sacred’ and ‘profane’? What does he mean when he says that the sacred equals power, reality and being? What is the difference between cosmos and chaos? Why can religious man live only in a sacred world? What does Eliade mean when he says religious man assumes a humanity that has a transhuman model? What are the ‘gods’ for Eliade’s religious man? In what ways is nature fraught with religious value for him?
Question 1. The concept of blue-ocean strategies does not refer to market spaces that are untainted by competition and offer wide-open opportunity for profitable and rapid growth, but only if a company can come up with a product offering that allows it to create demand. providing a company with