Chapter 13 The Anti-political Nation in Bohemia and Moravia

In: Recalling Masaryk’s The Czech Question
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Václav Bělohradský
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Abstract

In his article, Václav Bělohradský shows that Masaryk’s anti-political concept of humanism as ‘the essence of the nation’, which we must accept, herald, and guard as the meaning of national life, is a mystifying culmination of the past and one of the keys to the political catastrophes of modern Czech statehood. It also highlights the consequences of the hegemony of anti-political national essentialism.

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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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