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Diana Mishkova
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter III. In Search of a National Ontology

France Veber: The ideal foundations of Slavic agrarianism

Traduction de Oskar Mulej

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Title: Idejni temelji slovanskega agrarizma: programatična socialna študija (The ideal foundations of Slavic agrarianism: A programmatic social study)

Originally published: Ljubljana, Kmetijska tiskovna zadruga, 1927.

Language: Slovene

The excerpts used are from the original publication, pp. 2–5, 7–9, 26–29, 74–76, 130–134, 326–332.

About the author

France Veber, also Weber [1890, Gornja Radgona, Ger. Oberradkersburg (Northeastern Slovenia) − 1975, Ljubljana]: philosopher. He studied philosophy at the University of Graz under Alexius Meinong, graduating in 1917. Between 1919 and 1945, he taught philosophy at the University of Ljubljana. In 1940, he became a member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts in Ljubljana. Veber’s philosophy was rooted in the tradition of the Graz school of phenomenology, sharing its interests in the philosophy of mind and theory of knowledge. Veber’s philosophy is usually divided into two phases: an early one, characterized by an adherence to Meinong’s theory of ...

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