Alexandru Mocioni (or Alexander Mocioni), 4th November 1841 (Budapest) - 1st April 1909 (Arad), was a Romanian politician and member of the Hungarian Parliament in Budapest which he started at 24 years old. He proposed and supported the establishment of a National Party between Banat and Crisana, who he was the president of for four months. He also campaigned for the rights of Romanians in the Banat and Transilvania.
He wrote a series of philisophical articles, such as 'National Consciousness' which was published in the Almanac Academic Society in Vienna (1883), and 'Religion and Science', published in Sibiu (1905) He was also a concert pianist and composer of classical music, writing the Pansées Fugitives for piano concerto in 1864 which contained two notebooks with six songs and three sonatas.
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