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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

Štefan Polakovič: Slovak National Socialism

Traduction de Pavol Lukáč

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Title: Slovenský národný socializmus (Slovak National Socialism)

Originally published: Slovenské pohľady, no. 11 (1940), pp. 613–623.

Language: Slovak

The excerpts used are from Rudolf Chmel, ed., Slovenská otázka v 20. storočí (Bratislava: Kalligram, 1997), pp. 279–290.

About the author

Štefan Polakovič [1912, Chtelnica near Piešťany (Hun. Pöstyén, Ger. Pistyan)–1999, Buenos Aires]: philosopher and political activist. After receiving his secondary education at Trnava, he studied philosophy and theology at the Lateran University in Rome, where he was strongly influenced by Maurice Blondel’s philosophy of intuitive-reflective cognition, which distinguished him from other Slovak Christian thinkers, who were embedded mostly in neo-Thomism. During the independent Slovak State (1939–1945) he worked for the Propaganda Office and taught philosophy at the Slovak University in Bratislava. In 1939, he founded the first Slovak philosophical journal, Filozofický sborník (Philosophical magazine), whe...

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