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Journal: Sociosfera (Vol.8, No. 3)

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Page : 15-24

Keywords : liberal state; political philosophy; science; morality; freedom; T. G. Masaryk; democracy; F. Nietzsche; human; society;

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Every human mind has specific limits and possibilities of knowledge at a given time and society. In the history of political thought, there are various conceptions and theories of the state. Modern times seek to explain the origins and emergence of social formations and forms of government. The beginning of the 20th century is marked by the emergence of modern ideologies. These include, for example, nationalism. In the following text, the author tries to express Masaryk's relation to democracy and dictatorship by analyzing British academic H. W. Steed and his study. The important position of man in the universe. The relationship of man to society corresponds to interpersonal relationships. The German philosopher F. Nietzsche had an exceptional position in the concept of man. His concept of man and the development of society found a great response in the 20th century. A great discussion has evoked Nietzsche's superhuman theory, which has virtually no analogy to today's philosophical systems

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