Peculiarities of the Translation and Adaptation of the Concept of Nation in East-Central Europe

The Hungarian and Romanian Cases in the Nineteenth Century

in Contributions to the History of Concepts
Victor Neumann West University of Timişoara

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This article explores the controversial issue of concepts defining the East-Central European Romanian and Hungarian identities (nem, neam, popor, nép). It specifically focuses on the translation and adaptation of the German concept of nation by examining the inclusive or exclusive meanings this concept acquired in these two languages and political cultures during the first half of the nineteenth century.

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