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Die Philosophischen und soziologischen Grundlagen des Marxismus. Studien zur sozialen Frage

Masaryk, Thomas Garrigue

Published by Carl Konegen, Wien, 1899
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Small quarto. XV, [1], 600pp. 3/4 leather and cloth over marbled paper covered boards, with gold lettering and decoration on spine. Printer's device on title page. First edition of Masaryk's "Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Marxism" being a criticism of Marxism and the revolutionary workers movement. Some age wear on binding with original spine laid on ex-library cloth. Rubbing on covers and along edges. Ex-library bookplate on inside of front cover. Remnant of library pocket at rear. Library stamp at top or bottom of several pages throughout. Minor and sporadic underlining in ink throughout. Slight age-toning along paper margin. Text in German. Binding in overall fair, interior in good to good+ condition. About the author: Masaryk, Tomas Garrigue, Czech philosopher, born in 1850 in Göding in Moravia, of Sloval ancestry, studied in Brünn and Vienna, where he became doctor of philosophy in 1876. After studies in Leipzig, England and America in 1896 he became professor of philosophy at the Czech University of Prague in 1896. As publisher in 1883 he set up the magazine "Athenaeum", in 1893 "Nase doba" and the newspaper "Cas", which is the organ of the Democratic-National Party founded by Masaryk, the so-called Realists. As university teacher and writer, Masaryk had a great, positive influence on the modern development in Bohemia, both in a moral and political direction, by his independent thinking, his thorough acquaintance with literature and his sharp eye for social phenomena, especially ethical-religious ones.Among his purely philosophical publications stand out studies on Hume (1883), Pascal (the same year) and Buckle (1884). His study, from both a religious and a social perspective, on "Der Selbstmord als soziale Massenerscheinung der modernen Zivilisation" (1881) received a strong echo. He published "Versuch einer konkreten Logik" (1885) and "Die philosophischen uns soziologischen Grundlagen des Marxismus" (1899) in both German and Czech. In Czech he published "Jan Hus. Nase obrozeni a reformace" (on Hus as predecessor and ideal for the Bohemian renewal and reformation), "Nase nyncjsi krise" (Our present crisis, 1895), "Ceska otdzka" (The Bohemian Question, the same year) and a thorough political monography on Karel Harlicek (1896). The same basic ideas on the cultural development of the Czech people on a national and ethical basis were developed in "Palacky's Idee des böhmischen Volkes" (1898). Masaryk's deep religious belief has also caused him to thorough studies of Russian religious life, especially of the Slavophiles and Dostoevsky - Tolstoy. The result of the latter are "Slovanske studie: Slavjanofilstvi Kirejevskeho" (1889; new ed. 1893) and a work on Tolstoy (1911). As philosopher Masaryk joined positivism, but he recognizes religious suzerainty over science. Bookseller Inventory # 28719

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Title: Die Philosophischen und soziologischen ...

Publisher: Carl Konegen, Wien

Publication Date: 1899

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:fair

Edition: First edition.

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