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Thinking through transition : liberal democracy, authoritarian pasts, and intellectual history in East Central Europe after 1989

Author: edited by Michal Kope©ѕ℗џek and Piotr WciÌ#x81 ; slik. Kope©ѕ℗џek, Michal, ; ; Michal Kopeček; Piotr Wciślik
Publisher: Budapest : Central European University Press, 2015.
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"The book intends to be the first collective monograph of the post-1989 history of political and social thought of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. The project emerges from a deep conviction that the period of political transitions in the region, whether accomplished, aborted or abhorred, can and needs to be treated as a chapter in the intellectual history of political thought. Adopting the perspective of  Read more...
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Thinking through transition.
Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2015
(DLC) 2015005513
(OCoLC)904715393
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: edited by Michal Kope©ѕ℗џek and Piotr WciÌ#x81 ; slik. Kope©ѕ℗џek, Michal, ; ; Michal Kopeček; Piotr Wciślik
ISBN: 9789633861103 9633861101
OCLC Number: 935985274
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 599 pages)
Contents: Towards an intellectual history of post-socialism / Michal Kopecek (ICH, Prague), Piotr Wcislik (CEU, Budapest) --
Liberalism : dissident illusions and disillusions --
Faces of post-dissident Hungarian liberalism : a study in agendas, concepts and ambiguities / Ferenc Laczó (Imre Kertesz Kolleg, Jena) --
Totalitarianism and the limits of the political thought of Polish dissidents : late socialism and after / Piotr Wcislik (CEU, Budapest) --
Václav Havel, his idea of civil society and the Czech liberal tradition / Milan Znoj (Charles University, Prague) --
The (re- )emergence of constitutionalism in East-Central Europe / Paul Blokker (University of Trento) --
Conservatism : a counter-revolution? --
The conservative counter-revolution : post-dissident neoconservatives in post-communist transformation / Petr Roubal (ICH, Prague) --
Songs of innocence and songs of experience : Polish conservatism, 1979-2011 / Rafal Matyja (WSB-NLU, Nowy Sacz) --
The abortion of a "conservative" constitution-making : a discourse analysis of the 1994-1998 failed Hungarian constitution-making enterprise / Zoltán Gábor Szucs (Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest) --
Populism : endemic pasts and global effects --
Populism and democratic malaise in post-communist Romania / Camil Alexandru Parvu (University of Bucharest) --
Configurations of populism in Hungary / András Bozóki (CEU, Budapest) --
The political lives of dead populists in post-socialist Slovakia / Juraj Buzalka (Comenius University, Bratislava) --
The Left : between communist legacy and neoliberal challenge --
Non-post-communist Left in Hungary after 1989 : diverging paths of Leftist criticism, civil activism and radicalizing constituency / Agnes Gagyi (Moholy-Nagy University of Arts, Budapest) --
The architecture of revival : left-wing ideas and politics in Poland after 2002 / Maciej Gdula (University of Warsaw) --
The formation of the Czech post-communist intellectual Left : twenty years of seeking an identity / Stanislav Holubec (Imre Kertesz Kolleg Jena) --
Feminist criticism of the "new democracies" in Serbia and Croatia in the early 1990s / Zsófia Lóránd (CEU, Budapest) --
Politics of history : nations, wars, revolutions --
Remembering the end of communism in East-Central Europe / James Mark (University of Exeter), Muriel Blaive (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Vienna), Adam Hudek (Historical Institute SAV, Bratislava), Anna Saunder, Stanislaw Tyszka --
A fate for a nation : concepts of history and the nation in the Hungarian politics, 1989-2010 / Gábor Egry (Institute of Political History, Budapest) --
From "Husakism" to "Meciarism" : the national identity-building discourse of the Slovak left-wing intellectuals in the 1990s Slovakia / Stevo Đurašković (University of Zagreb) --
Post-communist europe : on the path to a regional regime of remembrance? / Zoltán Dujisin (CEU, Budapest).
Responsibility: edited by Michal Kopeček and Piotr Wciślik.

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