"Litvomanų kartos" gimimas: sociokultūrinės laikysenos formavimo(si) erdvė Žemaičių (Telšių) seminarijoje Kaune

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Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
"Litvomanų kartos" gimimas: sociokultūrinės laikysenos formavimo(si) erdvė Žemaičių (Telšių) seminarijoje Kaune
Alternative Title:
Birth of the litvomanai generation: the space of the formation of the sociocultural attitude at the Samogitian (Telšiai) seminary in Kaunas
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LTStraipsnyje socialiniu ir kultūriniu aspektais analizuojamas Antano Baranausko viešosios veiklos kontekstas, Žemaičių (Telšių) Romos katalikų dvasinės seminarijos Kaune akademinė erdvė ir jos dalyviai, vertinamas jų santykis su moderniuoju nacionalizmu. Tyrimas komponuojamas į modernaus lietuvių nacionalizmo kontekstą, darant prielaidą, kad tokiu būdu galima parodyti, detalizuoti sociokultūrinių laikysenų (apsisprendimo, galvosenos ir elgsenos) genezės erdvę, turinį. Taip pat šis tyrimas - ir socialinių struktūrų (Romos katalikų dvasininkų luomo) kaitos analizė, kuria siekiama papildyti socialinės kartos sąvokos, jau vartotos Romos katalikų dvasininkų laikysenai apibūdinti, turinį. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe context of Antanas Baranauskas' public activities and the participants in the academic space at the Samogitian (Telšiai) Roman Catholic Seminary in Kaunas are analysed in the article, characterising them in the social and cultural parameters, evaluating their relationship with modern nationalism. The research is conducted in the context of modern Lithuanian nationalism and a suggestion is made that it can demonstrate and give in detail concrete sociocultural attitudes (decisions, way of thinking and behaving) the space of genesis and content. It is also an analysis of social structures (the Roman Catholic clergy) in order to supplement the content of the notion of a social generation that was already used to characterise the content of the attitude of the Roman Catholic clergy. Employing the sources that comment the life of the seminary and distancing them from the appraisals that were given in later sources we hope to see Baranauskas in the then sociocultural processes in which the attitude of the confessional social group was formed. We stick to the theoretical principle that identity is not a static component of a personality and that it changes in the face of various social, cultural, and political processes and their individual experience. The conclusions. The seminary of the diocese was an institution where the identity of the Roman Catholic clergy was formed. The students' sociocultural attitude towards modern Lithuanian nationalism was also formed and manifested at the seminary. In discourse on nationalism, the positive attitude towards modern Lithuanian nationalism came to be called litvomanija.The analysis of the student body at the Samogitian (Telšiai) Roman Catholic Seminary performed shows it is difficult to give a name the wide sociocultural activities of the students who studied there in 1870-1883, modern declarations and representations of modern Lithuanian identity. On the other hand, every year, among the freshmen there were those who participated in Lithuanian activities (first of all it manifested in their interest in the Lithuanian language, and literature in the Lithuanian language). It enables us to speak about discourse on modern nationalism that was formed at the seminary at that time, as well as among the clergy. The research revealed that the Lithuanian activities, interests and attitudes of some persons (both students and professors) influenced a wider confessional and secular community and their communicational ties overstepped the borders of only confessional group. It should be noted that the level of research into the pastoral and social activities of the clergy does not allow for more detailed characterisation of the sociocultural attitude of other persons. Baranauskas1 views at that time were peculiar as his academic interests, attention to the Lithuanian language motivated his students; his sincere communication with the students of the seminary socially and culturally activated the people, strengthened the expression and spread of linguistic modern Lithuanian nationalism already in the 1870s. The process of the coexistence and compatibility at the last decades of the 19th century was long, with interruptions and tensions. However, the chance to take a glimpse of those processes from a perspective should not cover the then perspectives' content and meaning. [From the publication]

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9786094111631
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2022-01-22 20:31:27
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