Dimitrije "Dositej" Obradović (Serbian: Димитрије Обрадовић, pronounced [dɔsǐtɛːj ɔbrǎːdɔʋitɕ]; 17 February 1742 – 7 April 1811) was a Serbian author, philosopher, linguist, traveler, polyglot and the first minister of education of Serbia. An influential protagonist of the Serbian national and cultural renaissance, he advocated Enlightenment and rationalist ideas while remaining a Serbian patriot and an adherent of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Founder of modern Serbian literature, he is commonly referred to by his mononym, first name alone. He became a monk in the Serb Orthodox monastery of Hopovo, in the Srem region, and acquired the name Dositej (Dositheus). He translated many European classics, including Aesop's Fables, into Serbian.
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Dositej Obradović ; na novo prepečatana i izdana G. Vozarovićem.
Книга прѣгледана и одобрена отъ царскѫ-тѫ ценсурѫ за да ся печати; Първо изд. на кн. през 1863 г.; STP
Книгата е от библиотеката на Никола Начов; STP
Съдържание: За славните жени, с. 3-23; За Аза человекомразеца, с. 23-46; Обявление за други два превода на авторката - "Многострадалната Геновева", "Касия царица", които остават непубликувани, с. 1-2 (неномерирани).; Книгата е печатана с църковно-славянски букви.; От...
One of the first books on philosophy in Serbian, an adaptation of Etica of the Italian writer and philosopher F. Soave.
The collection of various texts, important not only because of the topic, but also because of philosophical and literary theory terminology used by Dositej for the first time. Many of these terms were expressed for the first time in the national language. The collection...
The collection of the essays on Enlightenment showing the connection with contemporary topics and problems of the Serbian and European culture (the language, the science, the culture, the society).
The poem talks about the transition of Belgrade city from Ottoman to Austrian hands that Dositej interpreted as a redemption of Serbia. In the spirit of enlightened cosmopolitanism he celebrates the "golden century", touching the Serbian people too.
This book is a first collection of Dositej's private letters, the valuable document about Dositej's life, but also about Serbian literature and cultural, social and historical environment in which Dositej worked and created.
Dositej Obradovic (Ciacova, Romania, around 1739 - Belgrade, 1811) - Serbian author, philosopher, illuminator, minister of education. This work is the leading book of the Serbian Age of Enlightenment.