Táborský komunismus : ke genezi pojmu v historiografii 19. a 20. století
Taborite communism : towards the genesis of the concept in historiography of the 19th and 20th centuries
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term Taborite communism in medievalist research of the time of František Palacký. In it, the author shows how the political opinions of historians of the 19th and 20th centuries as well as contemporary and ideological conditionality of historiographic interpretations were reflected in the changes of the terminology. To label early Taboriticism with the word communism in the Czech medievalist discourse became entirely common under the influence of the second edition of The History of the Czech Nation until the February coup in 1948. The emerging Czech Marxist historiography in the tow of Friedrich Engels, who connected the social changes in Tabor exclusively with the organization of military power and purposely did not use the term communism in relation to Tabor, in the overwhelming majority of cases replaced Taborite communism with the term the chiliastic community of property.
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