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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

Ivan Hadzhiyski: An optimistic theory of our people

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Title: Оптимистична теория за нашия народ (An optimistic theory of our people)

Originally published: Философски преглед, X, 1938/2.

Language: Bulgarian

The excerpts used are from Иван Хаджийски. Съчинения в два тома, edited by Nesho Davidov and Efrem Karamfilov (Sofia: Български писател, 1974), vol. 1, pp. 25–28, 32, 45–46.

About the author

Ivan Hadzhiyski [1907, Troyan–1944, on the front in Southeastern Serbia, near Vlasotince]: sociologist. He was born into a poor artisan’s family. After graduating with degrees in philosophy and law from the University of Sofia in 1936, he worked as a lawyer. He had been a member of the Bulgarian Communist Party since 1931 and was arrested a few times. He died as a volunteer in the Bulgarian army, which after the coup of 9 September 1944 participated in the Second World War on the side of the Allies. Between 1933 and 1944, Hadzhiyski wrote four books and over twenty shorter studies. He was one of the most important leftist intellectuals before and duri...

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