Czech Republic, philosophy in

DOI: 10.4324/9780415249126-N010-1
Version: v1,  Published online: 1998
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References and further reading

  • Comenius, J.A. (c. 1660s) De rerum humanarum emendatione consultatio catholica (General consultation on the reform of human affairs), Prague: Academia, 1966.

    (The synthesis of Comenius’s life work not published in its entirety until 1966. Mentioned in §1 above.)

  • Gabriel, Jiří-Nový, Lubomír (1993) ‘Czech Philosophy in the 20th Century’, Czech Philosophical Studies II, Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change IV, Washington, DC: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy.

    (Summary of separate trends of Czech thinking written by a team of authors.)

  • Jakovenko, B. (1935) ‘La philosophie tchécoslovaque contemporaine’ (Contemporary Czech Philosophy), in Der russische Gedanke IVe Prague: Supplément de la revue.

    (Chapter about leading thinkers of the twenties and thirties with bibliographies: texts are in French, German, English and Italian.)

  • Jehuda ben Becalel Liva (1600) Be’er ha-gola, Prague.

    (Rabbi Löw’s chief philosophical and theological document, mentioned in §1 above.)

  • Král, J. (1934) La philosophie en Tchécoslovaquie (Philosophy in Czecheslovakia), Prague: Bibliothèque des problèmes sociaux.

    (Digest of history of philosophy in Bohemia and Slovakia with a separate chapter about German philosophy in Bohemia.)

  • Lobkowicz, Nikolaus (1961) Marxismus-Leninismus in der ESR, Die tschechoslowakische Philosophie seit 1945, Dortrecht: Reidel

    (Detailed analysis of Czech and Slovak Marxism with consideration of other trends.)

  • Mácha, Karel (1985–9) Glaube und Vernunft: Die Böhmische Philosophie in geschichtlicher Übersicht, I–III. Munich, New York, London, Paris: KG Saur.

    (Broad history. The author’s judgment is at times somewhat subjective.)

  • Procházka, Jiří (1784) De functionibus systematis nervosi commentatio , Prague: Academia, 1954.

    (Treatise on the functions of the nervous system, mentioned in §2 above.)

  • Zumr, Josef (1971) ‘Philosophie der Gegenwart in der Tschechoslowakei’, in R. Klibansky (ed.) Contemporary Philosophy, Florence: La nuova italia editrice, 455–473.

    (Digest of Czech and Slovak thinking between 1930 and 1969.)

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