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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

Heinrich von Srbik: Austria in the Holy Roman Empire and in the German Confederation

Traduction de Tudor Georgescu

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Title: Österreich im Heiligen Reich und im Deutschen Bund, 1521/22–1866 [Austria in the Holy Roman Empire and in the German Confederation]

Originally published: Österreich (Erbe und Sendung im deutschen Raum), edited by Josef Nadler and Heinrich von Srbik (Salzburg: Anton Pustet, 1936)

Language: German

The excerpts used are from the original edition, pp. 132–139.

About the author

Heinrich Ritter von Srbik [1878, Vienna–1951, Ehrwald, Tyrol]: historian. Srbik’s rise to prominence in Austrian academia began eleven years after his graduation in 1901 from Vienna University, with his appointment as assistant professor in Graz (1912). He became full professor in History and Economic History in 1917, and seven years later was made professor of Modern History in Vienna. A prolific writer on Austria and Germany, Srbik sealed his reputation with a standard work on Metternich (1925), which systematized the politics of a designated post-revolutionary conservative. His post proved influential, and se...

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