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Karel Kosík – Wikipedia
Newer Post Older Post Home. This page was last edited on 23 Marchat Posted by Marios Darviras at His later essays can be called a sharp critique of the modern society from a leftist position. Social philosophypoliticsethicsaesthetics. His later essays can be called a sharp critique of the modern society from a leftist position.
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At a time when so many thinkers have abdicated their autonomy to serve the powerful of this world, or turned away from the historical reality to engage in academic language games, Kosik appears as a standing man who refuses to bow down, and who does not hesitate to think, against the current, [about] the major problems of the time.
He is also one of the few who have fought in succession the three concrego forces of oppression of modern history: He remained unemployed untilwhen he returned to public intellectual life as one of Central Europe’s few prominent leftist social critics.
Karel Kosík (26 June – 21 February ): Karel Kosik
Views Read Edit View history. From 30 January to 5 May he was imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp. Fascism in the s, the Stalinist bureaucratic regime inand the dictatorship of market since From 30 January to 5 May he was imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp.
After his seizure Kosik was accused of high treason and repeatedly questioned. Karel Kosik was born on 26 June in Prague. He remained unemployed untilwhen he returned to public intellectual life as one of Central Europe’s few prominent leftist social critics.
Karel Kosik is not only one of the most important philosophers of the second half of the twentieth century, but also one of those who best embodied the spirit of resistance of idalectica thinking. During the “Prague Spring” kosikkKosik became a leading voice for democratic socialism a distinction he shared with Ivan Svitak, Czechoslovakia’s other prominent Marxist humanist.
From toKosik studied philosophy and sociology at the Charles University in Prague.
In this part of his life he met his future wife Ruzena Grebenickova later laureate of Herder prizefrom this marriage came three children Antonin Kosik, Irena Kosikova and Stepan Kosik. He graduated in in Prague at the Charles University.
Monday, 6 February Karel Kosik.