Chapter 9 Masaryk’s Czech Question and the Idea of the Czech State

In: Recalling Masaryk’s The Czech Question
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Miloslav Bednář
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Abstract

Bednář reminds us that Masaryk’s concept is supported by a fundamental continuity of thought that begins with the idea of a Czech nation from the end of the tenth century, leading through the activities of Charles IV, state reformation of the Hussites, the thoughts of Comenius and their reception by German Enlightenment, up to the mainstream of Czech national revival and the philosophical and political considerations of Masaryk and Patočka.

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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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