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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 II. The Crisis of the European Conscience

Leopold Andrian: Austria through the prism of the Idea

Traduction de Robert Pyrah

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Title: Österreich im Prisma der Idee. Kathechismus der Führenden (Austria through the prism of the Idea. Catechism for the leaders)

Originally published: Leopold von Andrian, Österreich im Prisma der Idee. Kathechismus der Führenden (Graz: Schmidt-Dengler, 1937)

Language: German

The excerpts used are from the original edition, pp. 201, 226–27.

About the author

Leopold Andrian (full name Leopold Freiherr Ferdinand von Andrian zu Werburg) [1875, Berlin − 1951, Fribourg (Switzerland)]: author, dramatist, cultural politician, career diplomat. A friend of the poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal, his early poetic works were likewise published by the German aesthetic radical Stefan George in 1894. A year later his best-known work appeared, soon becoming a key text associated with the literary decadence of the Viennese fin-de-siècle: Der Garten der Erkenntnis [The garden of knowledge]. After graduating in Law in 1899, Andrian joined Austria-Hungary’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs with a number of overseas ...

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