Znaczenie myśli filozoficznej Josefa Tvrdego (1877-1942)
The importance of Josef Tvrdy’s (1887-1942) Philosophical Thought
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T. G. Masaryk, after returning from Vienna to Prague, became a key figure in the philosophical and political life in the country. He exerted his influence on the formation of many philosophers, among others, on Josef Tvrdy, a representative of Czech philosophical positivism and realism. The article deals with the repercussions and the significance of Tvrdy’s thought in relation to the contemporary philosophy and the philosophy of the interwar period. The author includes Tvrdy among the most original philosophical writers in Slovakia and the Czech Republic of the interwar period as a precursor of structuralism, whose works are not sufficiently appreciated in our times.
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