model stredoeuropského typu štátu v ranom stredoveku

Model státu středoevropského typu: koncept na pomezí tradice a inovace (Ke kontinuitě a diskontinuitě v české historiografii po r. 1948)

Kalhous, David

Author introduces his text with discussing the role of older generations of historians who never were members of Communist Party, though kept or reached important positions in a system of "new communistic research", and position of new generation of young communists who didn't hesitate their contacts with the Communist party to build their careers.

Kráľovstvo, monarchia alebo štát? K otázke používania konceptu štátu v ranom stredoveku

Hudáček, Pavol

When you mention "a medieval state" these days, it kindles some interest only in very few people. It is considered a self-evident fact a state was a completely normal part of our human history since time immemorial. The main reason why the term state is now commonly used also for the Early Middle Ages is the idea that today's modern states simply evolved from the ancient times. Historians, too, refer to a medieval political formation as State. They rarely, however, ask what is actually State when writing about political formations from the past.

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