Anton Marty

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Anton Marty (German: [ˈmaʀti]; 18 October 1847, in Schwyz – 1 October 1914, in Prague) was a Swiss philosopher. He specialized in philosophy of language, psychology and ontology. He was considered the successor of Franz Brentano. The Prague School linguists were influenced by his works.

Franz Kafka attended his Philosophy lectures while at University.[1]

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  • Ueber den Ursprung der Sprache, 1875
  • Die Frage nach der geschichtlichen Entwicklung des Farbensinnes, 1879
  • Untersuchungen zur Grundlegung der allgemeinen Grammatik und Sprachphilosophie, 1908
  • Zur Sprachphilosophie. Die „logische“, „lokalistische“ und andere Kasustheorien, 1910
  • Raum und Zeit, 1916

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  1. ^ Neil Heims; with an introduction by Harold Bloom (2004). Franz Kafka. Philadelphia: Chelsea House. p. 28. ISBN 079107871X. 

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