Chapter 6 T. G. Masaryk’s Thoughts on Ján Kollár’s Idea of Humanity

In: Recalling Masaryk’s The Czech Question
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Vasil Gluchman
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Abstract

The author investigates Masaryk’s critical evaluation of Kollár’s views, especially in connection with his Reciprocity Between the Various Tribes and Dialects of the Slavic Nation (1836–1837), in which Kollár developed the ideas of humanism in a context of reflections upon Slavic cultural and literary reciprocity. In many cases, Gluchman agrees with Masaryk, although on the other hand he states that much of what Masaryk viewed as Kollár’s shortcomings presented in the abovementioned book are at least partially answered in Kollár’s two-volume sermons.

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Recalling Masaryk’s The Czech Question

Humanity and Politics on the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century

Series:  Value Inquiry Book Series, Volume: 381 and  Central European Value Studies, Volume: 381

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