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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 V. The Anti-modernist Revolution

Janko Janev: The spirit of the nation

Traduction de Zornitsa Dimova-Hristova

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Title: Духът на нацията (The spirit of the nation)

Originally published: In Oтец Паисий, 1933, 1, pp. 8–10.

Language: Bulgarian

The excerpts used are from Ivan Elenkov, Roumen Daskalov, eds., Защо сме такива? В търсене на българската културна идентичност (Sofia: Просвета, 1994), pp. 342–344.

About the author

Janko Janev [1900, Peshtera (Southern Bulgaria)–1945, Dresden]: philosopher and essayist. He graduated from a gymnasium in Plovdiv. In 1919, he went to Germany with the intention to study dramaturgy, but he studied philosophy and history instead. In Leipzig, he studied with Ernst Bergmann and Johannes Volkelt, in Freiburg im Breisgau with Edmund Husserl and Joseph Geyser. He defended his doctoral thesis on Henri Bergson's metaphysics under the leading Neo-Kantian philosopher, Heinrich Rickert, in 1924. After his return to Bulgaria, he worked as a librarian at the University of Sofia. In this period he published “Antichrist” (1926) and two books on Hegel. For a short period he became ...

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