Chapter 15 T. G. Masaryk and Our Times

In: Recalling Masaryk’s The Czech Question
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Jakub S. Trojan
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Abstract

In this article, Trojan deals with the challenge of positively integrating individuals in society. According to Trojan, the unity of life in Masaryk is a response to the rising specialisation of education aimed at preparing people for being able to be able to pursue various human activities. Trojan, together with Masaryk, contrasts life sub specie aeternitatis with the volatile and scattered mindset and lifestyle of contemporary people. Today, as in the past, one can only truly live when one has a rich inner life guided by a spiritual and moral compass.

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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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