Tradice jako neustále vyjednávaný politický problém

Title: Tradice jako neustále vyjednávaný politický problém
Variant title:
  • Tradition as a constantly negotiated political problem
Author: Marša, Vít
Source document: Sacra. 2017, vol. 15, iss. 1, pp. 64-66
  • ISSN
    1214-5351 (print)
    2336-4483 (online)
Type: Article
License: Not specified license

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The concept of the continuity or discontinuity of a tradition is closely related to the question of the identity of an individual and a whole society. This is often an important political issue. One of the institutions significantly involved in the transmission of traditions in the modern world is the educational system, which is linked to the scientific study of history, that becomes a platform for the continuous negotiation of the concepts of continuity and discontinuity in different traditions. History as a science is often linked to current political issues and is heavily influenced by them. This short polemic is focused on two examples of this negotiation in the French and the Czech historiography and emphasizes the need for an analytical use of the concept of "tradition".
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