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Словачко-Мађарски Односи, Католицизам И Хришћанска Демократија

Moravčíková, Michaela

Политикологија религије, 2007, Issue 2, pp. 5-28

ISSN: 1820-6581

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  • Nhan đề:
    Словачко-Мађарски Односи, Католицизам И Хришћанска Демократија
  • Tác giả: Moravčíková, Michaela
  • Chủ đề: Slovak-Hungarian Relations ; Ethnic Minorities ; Religion ; Values ; Identity ; The Treaty Of Trianon ; The Post-War Map Of Central Europe ; Collective Memory ; Catholicism ; Christian Democracy ; International Politics ; Regions ; Autonomy.
  • Là 1 phần của: Политикологија религије, 2007, Issue 2, pp. 5-28
  • Mô tả: Dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, disagreement of Hungary with the post-war reorganisation of this region based on the Treaty of Trianon and the issue of the rights of the Hungarian ethnic minority in neighbouring countries are obstacles, which place a burden on Slovak-Hungarian relations. It appears difficult to overcome these obstacles although both nations are close culturally and mentally, they share more than 1,000 years of common history in several state entities and traditional Christian and Catholic identity. The conflict is ongoing at the political level. It manifests itself especially in the domestic political level because Slovakia has a well-organised and large Hungarian minority, and also in relations between both neighbouring countries at the international level. Both particular Catholic churches place an emphasis on the protection of national interest. A nation connects a sum of individuals more than a religion. In difficult situations a nation becomes a secular religion, and this is also related to the gradual secularisation of a society, and transferring transcendent characteristics and functions to the nation or national state.
    English Title: Slovak – Hungarian Relations, Catholicism And Christian Democracy
  • Số nhận dạng: ISSN: 1820-6581

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