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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter I. Integral Nationalism

Nicolae Iorga: On national culture

Traduction de Mária Kovács

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Title: O nouă epocă de cultură (A new epoch of culture) and Cultura naţională şi surogatele ei (National culture and its surrogates)

Originally published: in the journal Sămănătorul 2 (1903), 20, pp. 309–312 and Sămănătorul 2 (1903), 22, pp. 337–339.

Language: Romanian

The excerpts used are from Nicolae Iorga, O luptă literară (Bucharest: Minerva, 1978), pp. 7–10, 12–14.

About the author

Nicolae Iorga [1871, Botoşani–1940, near Ploieşti]: historian, politician, and university professor. The son of a lawyer, Iorga began his education in his native town of Botoşani. In 1878, he enrolled in primary school, followed by the Lycée Laurian in 1881. In September 1888, Iorga entered the University of Iaşi, proving to be a prodigious student (he completed his studies in one year). In 1890, he became a professor of Latin at a high school in Ploieşti. In the same year, he traveled to Western Europe (Italy and France). In Paris, Iorga began working on his doctorate in classical philology, and althoug...

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