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Czech philosophy, has often eschewed "pure" speculative philosophy,[1] emerging rather in the course of intellectual debates in the fields of education (e.g. "Jan Amos Komenský), art (e.g. "Karel Teige), literature (e.g. "Milan Kundera), and especially politics (e.g. "Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, "Karel Kosík, "Ivan Sviták, "Václav Havel).

Czech philosophers have also played a central role in the development of "phenomenology, whose German-speaking founder "Edmund Husserl was born in the "Czech lands. Czechs "Jan Patočka and "Václav Bělohradský would later make important contributions to phenomenological thought.


  1. ^ "Fvf:Filozofia česká". ii.fmph.uniba.sk. Retrieved 9 April 2018. 
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