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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 IV. Conservative Redefinitions of Tradition and Modernity

Gyula Szekfű: Three generations

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Title: Három nemzedék. Egy hanyatló kor története (Three generations. The history of a decaying epoch)

Originally published: Három nemzedék (Budapest: Élet, 1920); revised ed.: Három nemzedék, és ami utána következik (Budapest: Királyi Magyar Egyetemi Nyomda, 1934)

Language: Hungarian

The excerpts used are from Három nemzedék, és ami utána következik (Budapest: ÁKV-Maecenas, 1989), pp. 301–307.

About the author

Gyula Szekfű [1883, Székesfehérvár–1955, Budapest]: historian, editor, university professor. He came from a family of the Catholic intelligentsia. He studied history, French, and German at Budapest University, and was a student of Eötvös College, where many important intellectuals had been educated since the turn of the 20th century. From 1907 onwards, he was employed at the State Archive in Vienna. His first book, A száműzött Rákóczi [Rákóczi in exile], was an attempt to demolish one of the crucial myths of the anti-Habsburg canon, and was fiercely attacked by the nationalist cam...

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