HERDER, KOLLÁR, AND THE ORIGINS OF SLAVIC ETHNOGRAPHY
HERDER, KOLLÁR IN IZVIRI SLOVANSKE ETNOGRAFIJE

Alexsander Maxwell

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2011400205

Abstract

Philosophy of Johann Gottfried von Herder thoroughly informed ideas of a poet Ján Kollár. Nevertheless, Kollár was more than merely a conduit for transmitting Herder’s ideas: he selected, interpreted and transformed Herder’s philosophy in the service of his literary Pan-Slavism.

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Filozofija Johanna Gottfrieda von Herderja je močno zaznamovala zamisli pesnika Jána Kollárja. Kljub temu pa Kollár ni bil zgolj “odvod” za prenos Herderjevih idej, saj je njegovo filozofsko razmišljanje izbral, interpretiral in preoblikoval ter tako postavil temelje lastnega literarnega panslavizma.

Keywords

Johann Gottfried von Herder; Ján Kollár; Slavic ethnography; philosophy; Enlightenment; Romantics // Johann Gottfried von Herder; Ján Kollár; slovanska etnografija; filozofija; razsvetljenstvo; romantika

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