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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter III. In Search of a National Ontology

Nayden Sheytanov: Bulgarian worldview

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Title: Български светоглед (Bulgarian worldview)

Originally published: In the journal Просвета, 4 (1942), pp. 193–204.

Language: Bulgarian

The excerpts used are from Ivan Elenkov and Roumen Daskalov, eds., Защо сме такива? В търсене на българската културна идентичност. (Sofia: Просвета, 1994), pp. 305–308.

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Nayden Sheytanov [1890, Troyan–1970, Sofia]: essayist and cultural historian. After finishing secondary school in Sofia, Sheytanov studied philosophy in Leipzig and Prague. Upon his return to Bulgaria, he worked as a teacher of the German language in the prestigious First Boys’High School in Sofia. He was an influential essayist, contributing to many important cultural magazines, such as Златорог [Golden horn], Просвета [Enlightenment] and Философски преглед [Philosophical review]. He was one of the first Bulgarian authors to stress the importance of the ancient Thracian heritage for Bulgarian culture. His early texts, describing the archaic Motherland, its myths and m...

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