Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 676797
Je li Ivo Pilar bio pravaš?
Je li Ivo Pilar bio pravaš? // Pravaštvo u hrvatskome političkom i kulturnom životu u sučelju dvaju stoljeća : zbornik rada sa znanstvenog skupa Stranka prava u hrvatskome političkom i kulturnom životu 1861.-1929. godine, “Zlatna dvorana” Hrvatskoga instituta za povijest Zagreb, 24. i 25. studenoga 2011. / Jelaska Marijan, Zdravka ; Matijević, Zlatko (ur.).
Zagreb: Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2013. str. 387-427 (ostalo, domaća recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)
Je li Ivo Pilar bio pravaš?
(Was Ivo Pilar a Rightist?)
Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni
Pravaštvo u hrvatskome političkom i kulturnom životu u sučelju dvaju stoljeća : zbornik rada sa znanstvenog skupa Stranka prava u hrvatskome političkom i kulturnom životu 1861.-1929. godine, “Zlatna dvorana” Hrvatskoga instituta za povijest Zagreb, 24. i 25. studenoga 2011. / Jelaska Marijan, Zdravka ; Matijević, Zlatko - Zagreb : Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2013, 387-427
Znanstveni skup „Stranka prava u hrvatskome političkom i kulturnom životu 1861.-1929. godine“
Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 24.-25.11.2011.
Politika; stranke; ideologija; pravaštvo; Austro-Ugarska
(Politics; parties; ideology; rightism; Austro-Hungary)
Ties between Ivo Pilar and ‘Rightism’ existed at certain historical moments, but from the point of view of his overall ideological profi le they were thin. It is hard to establish whether or not he can formally be considered an adherent of ‘Rightism, ’other than that we encounter his name among indirect secondary sources from 1917 and 1918, primarily in certain newspaper articles, where his belonging to the Party of Right is mentioned. As a member of the Croatian National Union he was probably indirectly attached to the Party of Right, that is, towards the end of the First World War, as a member of the circle around the Hrvatski Dnevnik or Stadler’s political group. In any case, we lack the documentary evidence to confirm a formal answer to the question stated in the title, but it is my belief that we should not include Pilar among the ‘Rightists, ’ rather we should see him as a prominent individual who during this time period benefi tted from his alliance with the ‘Rightists’ due to their complimentary views on the solution to crucial political issues. I am inclined to conclude that Pilar was a rather prolifi c and infl uential writer, undoubtedly oriented in favour of Croatian state right, to whom it was clear that despite his personal intellectual abilities he could not independently have a strong influence on the public scene without relying on some party-political organization. Taking into account his familial circumstances and political formation, we can conclude that he was not linked o ‘Rightism.’ Th e foundation for his evolution was Bosnia and Hercegovina, in which Pilar, like other Croatian politicians from this region, progressively sought out territory on which to cooperate with other prominent parties, and in the first instance this meant from the territory of Croatia-Slavonia, which was the centre of Croatian political life. His assessment of the consequences of the collapse of Austria-Hungary and the predominance of the Serbian factor in the coming Yugoslav formation had a vital impact on his future decisions. In this sense, during this already mature phase of life he leaned toward ‘Rightism’ as the only basis for a wider national movement and an active expression of the desire for independence. ‘Rightism’ was for the most part a natural umbrella for the work of promoting the attitude which made a contribution to overcoming the Dualistic division of the Monarchy, but at the same time an even more pronounced and political basis for opposing certain other ideologies, which strove toward the creation of an integral Yugoslavian state community on the basis of the idea of national oneness.