7 edition of The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring found in the catalog.
July 18, 2002
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||159|
Between Prague Spring and French May: opposition and revolt in Europe, / Published: () The intellectual origins of the Prague spring; the development of reformist ideas in Czechoslovakia, , by: Kusin, Vladimir V. Published: (). Philosophy usually is a much more important discipline in the left wing tradition than in the tradition of power elites, which regard a worldview only as impractical speculation. For the political Cited by: 2.
Aug 11, · Prague spring Continuing our series, James Hopkin looks at Czech fiction (), which depicts the bizarre life of a bellboy at the Golden Prague Hotel on the eve of . Kusin, in The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring, persuasively de fended the view that what transpired in was a "reform" and not "a revolution." The aim was not "the destruction of socialism" but "a re formed socialism, non-Stalinist, democratic." It would lack the essentialCited by:
Intellectuals and the World: From the Secret Speech to the Prague Spring (pp. ) The era of post-Stalin reforms is usually seen as strictly tied to, and bounded by, the years of the Khrushchev leadership beginning soon after Stalin’s death in and ending with Khrushchev’s removal in Oct 01, · Preface: An Intellectual History Introduction: Intellectuals, Ideas, and Identity in the Sources of International Change 1. The Origins and Nature of Old Thinking 2. Leaders, Society, and Intellectuals During the Thaw 3. Intellectuals and the World: From the Secret Speech to the Prague Spring 4. The Dynamics of New Thinking in the Era of.
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The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this survey of the development of reformi /5(3). The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring: The Development of Reformist Ideas in Czechoslovakia (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies) by Vladimir V.
Kusin (Author) › Visit Amazon's Vladimir V. Kusin Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: Jul 18, · In this survey of the development of reformist ideas among the Czech intelligentsia from toDr Kusin presents an intellectual pre-history of the Prague Spring of He believes that incongruity between the political, social, economic and cultural organization imposed on Czechoslovakia after and the national disposition of the people was at the root of reformist thinking.4/5(1).
Jul 18, · The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring by Vladimir V. Kusin,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Get this from a library. The intellectual origins of the Prague spring; the development of reformist ideas in Czechoslovakia.
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Kusin is the author of The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews), Political Grouping In The Czech /5(4). The memory of the Prague Spring is thus largely obscured and often overviewed.
Indeed, the Prague Spring also deeply impacted the Czech society and should also be remembered for the cultural momentum that accompanied and illustrated this movement, of which there are Location: Czechoslovakia.
This movement became known as the Prague Spring. It began in January when Alexander Dubchek replaced Antonin Novotny as head of the communist party. Dubchek soon initiated a series of reforms that centered on increased expression, public debate. An essential book on the Prague Spring.
Kundera, Milan. The Unbearable Lightness of Being. New York: Harper and Row, A brilliant novel that, among many other things, explores aspects of Kusin, Vladimir. The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring: The Development of Reformist Ideas in Czechoslovakia, – The Prague Spring and its Aftermath: Czechoslovak Politics, [Kieran Williams] on io-holding.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Prague Spring of was among the most important episodes in postwar European politics--one of the few pre-Gorbachev attempts to reform one-party communist rule.
In this book Kieran Williams analyzes the attempt at reform under Alexander Cited by: It is not clear whether Brezhnev’s reference to the date [18 August ] was an act of deliberate mystification of the confused and numb Czechoslovak leadership.
There is no other specific evidence supporting Mlynář’s account (cf. Karen Dawisha, The Kremlin and the Prague Spring (Berkeley: University of California Press, ) pp.
–3).Cited by: 1. The "Prague Spring" was interrupted by the Sovietled invasion of Czechoslovakia on 21 August ROOTS The sudden blossoming of democratic reform in Czechoslovakia surprised many observers.
Until Czechoslovakia had presented an image of internal stability and unquestioning imitation of the Soviet practices. However, the Prague Spring hadCited by: 1. The Prague Spring (Czech: Pražské jaro, Slovak: Pražská jar) was a period of political liberalization and mass protest in Czechoslovakia as a Communist state after World War io-holding.com began on 5 Januarywhen reformist Alexander Dubček was elected First Secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ), and continued until 21 Augustwhen the Soviet Union and other members.
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Oct 25, · An intriguing "intellectual portrait" of a generation of Soviet reformers, this book is also a fascinating case study of how ideas can change the course of history.
In most analyses of the Cold War's end the ideological aspects of Gorbachev's "new thinking" are treated largely as incidental to the broader considerations of power—as gloss on what was essentially a retreat forced by crisis and. and Beyond: From the Prague Spring to “Normalization” by Gina M.
Peirce, Assistant Director. Center for Russian and East European Studies. University of Pittsburgh. Following the Communist Party’s forcible seizure of power in Czechoslovakia in Apr 27, · The term “Spring” had European origins, conjuring up associations with the “Spring of Nations” inthe “Prague Spring” ofor the Eastern European Spring of the late s after the fall of Communism, when popular uprisings in the name of secular democracy sought the overthrow of despotic regimes that had ruled for decades.
The Prague Spring: A Year of Awakening InCzechoslovakia was a country revelling in the excitement of change. After some twenty years of authoritarian government, an urgent summons for a new form of communism arose from almost every corner of Czech society.
"Socialism with a human face" called for the integration. Because I knew I would be in Prague during the fiftieth anniversary of those events, I had already read parts of Vladimir V. Kusin’s The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring; and at the National Library in Prague I finished reading the chapter called “Alienation,” which is largely about Kafka’s influence on the events.
Kusin. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: The Prague spring a national security archive documents reader / The Prague Spring and the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in Published: () The intellectual origins of the Prague spring; the development of reformist ideas in Czechoslovakia.The Scheming Apparatchik of the Prague Spring.
December ; This book, the most thoroughly researched and accurate history of Czechoslovakia to appear in English, tells the story of the.Prague Spring, brief period of liberalization in Czechoslovakia under Alexander Dubček in Soon after he became first secretary of the Czechoslovak Communist Party on January 5,Dubček granted the press greater freedom of expression; he also rehabilitated victims of political purges.