Some problems of christianization and germanization of the Lusatian Sorbs
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Some problems of christianization and germanization of the Lusatian Sorbs a contribution to their cultural history by Jules Charles Emile Riotte

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Published by Université de Montréal in [Montréal] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sorbs -- History,
  • Lusatia (Germany) -- History

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesThèse. Études slaves.
Statementpar Abbe Jules Charles Emile Riotte.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDD78S6 R56 1964
The Physical Object
Pagination93 leaves.
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18753546M

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  The book could be subtitled "Contra Nietzsche," for Russell carves-out a grand exception to Nietzsche's portrayal of Christianity as "slave morality." Stated differently, and more baldy than Russell would, the process of "Germanization" amounted to a reversal of early Christian by: The Smallest Slavonic Nation: The Sorbs of Lusatia. gerald stone. Lon-don: Athlone Press, Pp. xiv, £ In this relatively short work, Gerald Stone has produced a rich and clear presentation about the Lusatian Sorbs; we have every reason to thank him . The book could be subtitled "Contra Nietzsche," for Russell carves-out a grand exception to Nietzsche's portrayal of Christianity as "slave morality." Stated differently, and more baldy than Russell would, the process of "Germanization" amounted to a reversal of early Christian values/5(18). While historians of Christianity have generally acknowledged some degree of Germanic influence in the development of early medieval Christianity, Russell goes further, arguing for a fundamental Germanic reinterpretation of Christianity.

  The basic idea of the book is People who deny the fuzziness are typically blase panhandlers of depthless who can't be bothered with nuance and nowhere in historical study is this more glaring than with the emergence of that singular, peculiar /5(5).   This article by the Reverend Francis Domanski, S. J. first appeared in the Bulletin of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America in July Authochthonism – the state of being aboriginal or native to a particular area. AUTOCHTHONISM OF THE WENDS or SORBO-LUSATIANS By the Rev. Francis Domanski, S. J. “Durch die Autochthonism of the Wends or Serbo-Lusatians . An ancient Slavic people also known as Lusatian Sorbs, they had resisted assimilation in Europe for over 1, years, preserving their own language and customs though not their political independence. The Christianization of the Wends began prior to the German conquest, but it was vigorously promoted by the Germans. The book is. History. In the 4th century, the early process of Christianization of the various Germanic people was partly facilitated by the prestige of the Christian Roman Empire among European pagans. Until the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the Germanic tribes who had migrated there (with the exceptions of the Saxons, Franks, and Lombards, see below) had converted to Christianity.

While I recognize that at various times the Sorbs/Wends were subjected to Germanization, the article as presently structured gives the impression that some sort of ethnic/national independence movement exists among them today. This is not true in any significant sense, though of course some Sorbs in some places may hold such views. Sorbs (Upper Sorbian: Serbja; Lower Sorbian: Serby; also known as Wends, Lusatian Sorbs or Lusatian Serbs) are a Western Slavic people of Central Europe living predominantly in Lusatia, a region on the territory of Germany and Germany they live in the states of Brandenburg and Saxony. They speak the Sorbian languages (Wendish, Lusatian) - closely related [3] to Polish and Czech. Sorbs deutsch. Svatopluk I of Moravia (r. –) may have incorporated the Sorbs into Great Moravia.[3] Sorgs Quality Meats and Sausages, Darien. 5, likes talking about this were here. Sorg's is a second and third generation old-fashioned butcher shop that butchers and processes their.. Sorbs - Wikipedi. While historians of Christianity have generally acknowledged some degree of Germanic influence in the development of early medieval Christianity, Russel goes further, arguing for a fundamental Germanic reinterperatation of Christianity. He utilizes recent developments in sociobiology, anthropology, and psychology to help explain this pivotal transformation of the West.