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Georgios Skliros

Georgios Konstantinides (b. Trebizond, 1878 - d. Alexandria, 1919, nome-de-plume Skliros, Greek: Γεώργιος Κωνσταντινίδης, «Σκλήρος») was an early Greek socialist, who published realist writing on the common reality of his time [1] on the basis of the class structure of society and in order to analyse Greek society with Marxist tools, provoking discussions and struggles among the progressive circles of the day.[2]

Biography

Skleros was born to a middle-class

  1. ^ 90 Χρόνια Κομμουνιστικό Κόμμα Ελλάδας, Η σφραγίδα του στη Λογοτεχνία, Μηνιαίο Ένθετο για το Βιβλίο και τη Λογοτεχνία - Τεύχος 9 - Κυριακή 25 Νοέμβρη 2007
  2. ^ Κόκκινη Βιβλιοθήκη (1875-1922) Διδακτορική διατριβή Ιωάννινα 2006 στο Σοσιαλιστική σκέψη και σοσιαλιστικές κινήσεις των φοιτητών των Αθηναϊκών ΑΕΙ
  3. ^ Στο ίδιο.
  4. ^ Φίλιππος Ηλιού, «Δημήτρης Γληνός: Από την εκπαιδευτική μεταρρύθμιση στην κοινωνική επανάσταση», εφ. Τα Νέα, 8/2/2000.

References

  • Το Κοινωνικόν μας Ζήτημα (Our Common Goal, 1907)
  • Η Φιλοσοφία του Πολέμου και της Ειρήνης (The Philosophy of War and of Peace)
  • Σύγχρονα Προβλήματα του Ελληνισμού (Contemporary Problems in Hellenism)
  • Μελέτες - παρεμβάσεις στα πολιτικά και πολιτιστικά δρώμενα (Plans - Interventions in Politics and Political Roles)

Works

Skleros then moved to and lived in Alexandria, where he died in 1919.

[4] in the "Filiki Prodevtiki Enosi" ("Friendly Progressive Unity"), a student society oriented in a socialist direction.Dimitris Glinos. There, as representative of Marxist theory he met with Germany in Jena and then to Estonia establishment drove him to Tzarist taking up the pseudonym of "Skliros" ("Severe"). A series of problems with the [3]

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