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Anti-modernism

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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter I. Integral Nationalism

Roman Dmowski: Thoughts of a modern Pole

Traduction de Zuzanna Ładyga

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Title: Myśli nowoczesnego Polaka (Thoughts of a modern Pole)

Originally published: Under the pseudonym R. Skrzycki, in Przegląd Wszechpolski, 1902, no. 2, 3, 5, 6–9, 11.

Language: Polish

The excerpts used are from the 8th edition of Myśli nowoczesnego Polaka(Warsaw: Społeczne Wydawnictwo “Grunwald,” 1989), pp. 68–87.

About the author

Roman Dmowski [1864, Kamionek (present-day part of Warsaw)–1939, Drozdowo near Łomża]: politician. Born in an impoverished gentry family in Russian Poland, Dmowski studied biology at Warsaw University. In 1889, after completing his studies, he became a member of the conservative Liga Polska (Polish League). In 1893, he founded Liga Narodowa (National League), a subversive organization of Polish nationalists. From 1895 until 1905, Dmowski was the publisher of Przegląd Wszechpolski (All-Polish review) based first in Lwów (Ger., Yid., Lemberg, Ukr. Lviv) and then in Cracow. In 1897, he created a legal political party, Stronnictwo Narodowo-Demokratyczne (Nationa...

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