Panslawizm czy panrusycyzm? : czyli „Słowiańszczyzna à la fourchette ”. O idei jedności słowiańskiej w twórczości Tadeusza Micińskiego

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Title Panslawizm czy panrusycyzm? : czyli „Słowiańszczyzna à la fourchette ”. O idei jedności słowiańskiej w twórczości Tadeusza Micińskiego
Tytuł równoległy: Pan-Slavism or Pan-Russianism? : that is to say Slavdom “à la fourchette”. The idea of Slavonic unity in the work of Tadeusz Miciński
Autor: Flis-Czerniak, Elżbieta
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/1868
Date: 2016
Źródło: Panslawizm : wczoraj, dziś, jutro / red. nauk. Zofia Chyra-Rolicz, Tomasz Rokosz. Siedlce : Pracownia Wydawnicza Wydziału Humanistycznego, 2016, s. 133-145
Abstract: In the work of Tadeusz Miciński (1873–1918), young polish poet, playwright, novelist and journalist, the idea of Slavic unity is one of the most important topics of thought. It is noted, to a lesser or greater extent, in most of his writings, from his early texts, prior to 1902, when he published his unusual collection of poetry In the darkness of stars, and ending with the late works from the period of the World War I. Belief in the need for renewal of the social and national life from mythological and religious sources, ethical maximalism and historiosophical Slavonic idea corresponded with each other, co-creating Miciński’s point of view on current political events. The writer also appealed to the myth of Aryan, extremely popular at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century, creating arioslavonic concepts that are counter-proposal to the pangerman propaganda. At the same time in his work Miciński has recorded the case of Slavonic dilemmas, primarily the role is to play Russia in Slavdom. The writer, discrediting the idea of the panslavonic state, however, does not reject the idea of Slavonic brotherhood definitely. Despite awareness of the instrumental use of the idea of Slavonic unity in the name of Russia’s political particularism (Pan-Slavism = panrussianism), Miciński, waiting for Universal Regeneration, remains faithful to the end of his days to historiosophical concepts inherent in the paradigm of apocalyptic and millenarianism and related to Slavonic messianism

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