Tisova koncepcia národa. Spor univerzálneho humanizmu a národného partikularizmu

Igor Jašurek

Abstrakt

The author attempted to present the concept of the nation of the most influential person of the Slovak wartime state, President and ideologist Josef Tiso, as the clash between universal humanistic values, as presented by Christianity, and particularistic national interests. Such an approach is important not only from the perspective of avoiding a mere description of the concept of analysis but most significantly for its importance of understanding theoretical ambiguities which had fatal consequences in reality. He also uses some of the most known theoreticians in the field for the critique of their approaches.

Bibliografická citace

Jašurek, I. (2005). Tisova koncepcia národa. Spor univerzálneho humanizmu a národného partikularizmu. Středoevropské politické studie, 7(2–3), 263-275. Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/4110

Klíčová slova

nation; nationalism; ideology; particularism; universalism;

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