CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES IVA. EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE, VOLUME 5



LANGUAGE, VALUES AND THE SLOVAK NATION

SLOVAK PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, I



edited by

TIBOR PICHLER AND

JANA GAPARKOVÁ

 

CONTENTS

PREFACE  

INTRODUCTION  

PART I. LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN THE SLOVAK NATION

BEFORE 1918

1. The Ethnic and Cultural Dimension of National Emancipation -The Evocation of the Slovak Nation

by Marianna Oravcová

2. Philosophy and National Identity in Slovakia

by Ján Bodnár  

3. The Idea of Slovak Language-based Nationalism

by Tibor Pichler  

4. Ján Lajiak and the Criticism of Cultural Conservatism

by Elena Várossová  

PART II. NATION AND STATE: THE CZCHOSLOVAK REPULIC AND THE SLOVAK NATION

5. The Idea of Nation in the Work of Milan Hoda

by Karol Kollár  

6. Two Concepts of Nation and Two Forms of Nationalism

by Vladimír Bako

7. Catholic Theologians and the National Question (1939-1945)

by Teodor Münz  

8. The Slovak Nation and Communist Totalitarianism (1945-1949)

by Andrej Kopok  

9. Slovaks on the Road to National Self-determination

by Jana Baláová  

PART III. THE PERSISTENCE AND VARIABILITY OF VALUES

IN THE SLOVAK CULTURE

10. Democracy in Relations Among Nations: Emancipation and Integration

by Ján Uher  

11. The Spiritual Function of Intellectuals, Culture, Values and Power

by Tatiana Sedová  

12. The Function and Value "Strategy" of Culture in the Constitution of Slovak Society

by Marta Zágoreková  

13. Toleration as a Value of Society and Personal Development

by Vladimír Seiler  

PART IV. CONTEMPORARY VALUE CHANGES IN SLOVAKIA

14. The Democratization of Slovak Society and the Value Orientations of Its Citizens

by Jií Suchý  

15. Human Potential and Social Equilibrium

by Jana Gaparíková  

16. Present Value Changes in Slovak Society

by Edita Bauerová  

17. The Humanization of Work and the Problem of Values

by Erika Kvapilova

Acknowledgements

 



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