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2015 | 3: Elity w krajach Europy Środkowej i Wschodniej po roku 1989 | 145 - 156
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Václav Havel v Polsku

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Václav Havel in Poland
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The article focuses on the reception of Havel’s personality and his works in Po­lish academic circles. For the Polish intelligentsia Václav Havel, the president of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic, undoubtedly appears as an outstanding intellectual, playwright and essayist who promoted moral attitudes and was, thanks to his works, an undisputed authority both intellectual and moral. He was not only a symbol of political changes in Czechoslovakia and Central Europe, but pri­marily a thinker, enjoying a similar interest of the Polish intellectual circles to that once enjoyed by T.G. Masaryk, who gave Polish intelligentsia his highly valuable thoughts about Europe and Russia.
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  • Uniwersytet Wrocławski
  • Slezská univerzita v Opavě
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