Peer-reviewed journal article
Nešpor, Zdeněk R. 2014. „Tyršova apologie nového náboženství na pozadí islámu.“ Historie – Otázky – Problémy 6 (2): 237-244. ISSN 1804-1132.

This study refers to a li.le known area in which Czech aesthete, philosopher and Sokol founder Miroslav Tyrš (1832–1884) was involved, i.e. his religious thinking. Although Tyrš only wrote about religion as a sideline, it was of importance to him. In a study on Islam as the most advanced classical religion, he outlined the (anticipated) emergence of a “modern religion”, which he described within the context of Islam. Hence regardless of his inspiration and manifest objective, this work comes more under the category of the general philosophy of religion than of Islamology, although it is also analysed in this context.



religion and religiosity
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