Title in English: Josef Dobrovský. Hungarologist and Finno-Ugrist
The monograph Josef Dobrovský. Hungarologist and Finno-Ugrist deals not only with the strictly philological aspects of the Hungarologic and Finno-Ugric research of the founder of modern Slavic and Bohemistic studies Josef Dobrovsky, but also with his relations to the Finno-Ugric peoples in general, that is to say, to their languages, history and culture. The author's starting point in his approach to Hungarology and Finno-Ugristics is a wider conception, based on the comprehensive culture, politics and history of the peoples in question. In contrast to an exclusively linguistic view, he sees in this branch of science a line of investigation that deals with the languages and with all other essential manifestations of the culture of the Finno-Ugric peoples alike, whether it be in reference to the Central European sphere only (Hungarology) or to the wider Eurasian area (Finno-Ugristics).
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