tankegods

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From tanke +‎ gods. Compare German Gedankengut, Dutch gedachtegoed.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈtˢɑŋɡ̊əˌɡ̊ɔs]

Noun[edit]

tankegods

  1. intellectual or ideological heritage or basis; a way of thinking that underpins arts, politics, institutional policy or practice, etc.; thought, system of thought
    • 2006, Sofie Kluge, Don Quixote og romangenren, Museum Tusculanum Press →ISBN, page 98
      Lukács tilslutter sig overordnet romantikkens romanæstetik i dens forskellige facetter, men inkorporerer i denne overtagelse af det romantiske tankegods overalt den principielle indsigelse over for romantikkens idealistiske subjektskategori, []
      On the whole, Lukács buys into the novel-aesthetics of romanticism in its various facets, but incorporates into this taking over of the romanticist intellectual heritage everywhere the objection on principle to the idealist subject category of romanticism, []
    • 2006, Kampen om Danmark 1933-1945, Gyldendal A/S →ISBN, page 104
      Selv om Arne Sørensen lånte store dele af sit ideologiske tankegods fra fascismen, og selv om partiet i 1930'erne vendte sig mod parlamentarismen, []
      Although Arne Sørensen borrowed large parts of his ideological thought from fascism, and although in the 1930s the party turned against parlamentarianism, []
    • 2012, Leif Davidsen, Dostojevskijs sidste rejse. En personlig beretning om et lands forvandling, Lindhardt og Ringhof →ISBN
      Som om man bør tænke på, at Partiets Sværd og Skjold nok er nedlagt, men tankegodset eksisterer i bedste velgående.
      As if one ought to consider that the sword and shield of the party may have been decommissioned, but the ideological heritage lives on just fine.

Declension[edit]