Existencialismus a české myšlení 1945–1948

Variant title
Existentialism and Czech philosophy between 1945 and 1948
Author: Zouhar, Jan
Source document: Studia philosophica. 2013, vol. 60, iss. 1, pp. [37]-46
Extent
[37]-46
  • ISSN
    1803-7445 (print)
    2336-453X (online)
Type
Article
Language
Czech
License: Not specified license
Abstract(s)
After 1945, Czech philosophy and culture were first introduced to existentialism. First it was the original works of French existentialists (Sartre, Camus, Marcel), later by means of the journal Letters (1947) and Václav Černý (The first book on existentialism, 1948). The acceptance of existentialism in Czech context was not univocal. Besides factual analyses (J. Patočka, V. Navrátil, V. T. Miškovská), existentialism met with criticism and rejection mainly from Marxists and Catholic scholars for its rational weakness, pessimism, helplessness and intellectual decline.
Note
  • Text vznikl v rámci grantového projektu GA ČR Česká filosofie 1945–1948 (GAP401/11/0053).
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