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T.G. Masaryk (1850-1937 : Thinker and Critic)

Robert B. Pynsent

T.G. Masaryk (1850-1937 : Thinker and Critic)

by Robert B. Pynsent

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historical - General,
  • Political History,
  • Political Philosophy,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • (Tomas Garrigue),,
  • (Tomâaés Garrigue),,
  • 1850-1937,
  • Biography,
  • Czechoslovakia,
  • Masaryk, T. G,
  • Masaryk, T. G.,
  • Presidents,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10384525M
    ISBN 100312026803
    ISBN 109780312026806

    Thomas Garrigue Masaryk (gərēg´), –, Czechoslovak political leader and philosopher, first president and chief founder of is revered by most Czechs and was internationally recognized as a great democratic leader. Born in Moravia, Masaryk received () his doctorate from the Univ. of Vienna and married an American, Charlotte Garrigue. His first . k () Volume 1: Thinker and Politician. Authors: Hanak, Harry Free PreviewBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

    This study of T.G. Masaryk deals with his pre career as a professor and persistent dissenter. For three decades he was a constant and unrelenting critic of conventional wisdom, established institutions and customary practices in Bohemia and Austria-Hungary.   The result of these interviews – although interview is hardly the right word for it, really it is musings that Čapek was around to capture – were several books that in were condensed into a single translated volume for English-speakers called simply Talks with T.G. Masaryk by Karel Čapek. The book is in Masaryk’s voice, which is a.

    Masaryk, T. G., 36 books Jan Herben, 10 books Karel Čapek, 8 books Jaroslav Opat, 8 books George J. Kovtun, 7 books Emil Ludwig, 4 books Edvard Beneš, 4 books Petr Zenkl, 3 books Stanislav Polák, 3 books Eva Broklová, 3 books Marie L. Neudorflová, 3 books H. Gordon Skilling, 3 books Ernest Denis, 2 books A. van den Beld, 2 books Hanus J. T. G. Masaryk: his spiritual life and dispute s with the Catholic Church T omas G ariggue Masaryk ( ) is generally known as the first P resident of the Czechoslovak : Marek Smid.


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Despite being forty years his junior, Karel Capek, the greatest writer of interwar era Czechoslovakia, and T.G. Masaryk, philosophy teacher, bibliophile and first president of Czechoslovakia - and also Lenin's greatest antagonist, according to the quote on the copy of my book - recognized a kindred feeling for each other and often met for talks /5.

Masaryk Czech School - W 22nd Pl, Cicero, Illinois - Rated 5 based on 17 Reviews "Great. Strašně se za Vámi těšim. Jupí!!))"5/5(17). Never have two such important world figures collaborated in a biography: Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (?), the original philosopher-president who founded Czechoslovakia inand Karel Capek (?), the leading Czech writer of the time.

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Talks With T. Masaryk is the story of how a poor country boy, half Czech, half Slovak, got himself an education, married a girl from Brooklyn, became a philosophy professor, and grew increasingly controversial by defending a young Jew accused of ritual murder and by unmasking Czech historical sagas as by: 1.

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Milos Pojar, “T. Masaryk and the. Masaryk was one of the few non-communists left in place. On Mathe Czech government reported that Masaryk had committed suicide by jumping out of a third-story window at the Foreign.

Prior to T. Masaryk had lectured at the University of Chicago in and He also had strong personal links with the U.S. since through his marriage with an American citizen Charlotte Garrigue and friendship with Charles R.

Crane. Thanks to Crane, a Chicago industrialist, Masaryk was invited to the University of Chicago and. T. G. Masaryk and the Jewish Question is a timely exploration of the values by which Masaryk lived, published at a moment when those principles are once again under assault.

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G. Masarykem (Talks With T. G. Masaryk) Book 1. Hovory s T. G. Masarykem: Věk mladosti.