CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES IVA. EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE, VOLUME 4



CZECH PHILOSOPHY IN THE XXTH CENTURY

Czech Philosophical Studies, II

edited by

LUBOMR NOVÝ

JI GABRIEL

JAROSLAV HROCH

 

CONTENTS


PREFACE

INTRODUCTION  

1. Czechs and Czechoslovakia

2. Masaryk's Contribution to the Formation of Valuesin the Czech National Consciousness 

3. Czech Positivism 

4. Two Phases of the "Idealistic" Czech Critique of Positivism 

5. Czech Protestantism and Philosophy 

6. Czech Catholicism and Philosophy

7. The Methodological Heritage of Czech Structuralism 

8. The Role of Phenomenology in Czech Philosophical Life 

9. Czech Marxist Philosophy

10. Czech Exile and Underground Philosophy 

11. The Positivist Tradition in Czech Ethics 

12. Czech Philosophy of History

13. Technology and Czech Philosophy 

14. Philosophical Themes in Czech Fiction 

15. Philosophy at the University of Brno, 1919-1939 199

16. Czechs and the Czech Republic: The National vs. the Civic

AFTERWORD

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 



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