Gustav Kafka

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Gustav Kafka (July 23, 1883, Vienna - February 12, 1953, Veitshöchheim bei Würzburg) was an Austrian philosopher, psychologist.

His son Gustav Eduard Kafka (February 4, 1907, München - January 17, 1974, Graz) was a sociologist and jurist.

Literatural works[edit]

  • Einführung in die Tierpsychologie
  • Aristoteles, 1922
  • Geschichtsphilosophie der Philosophiegeschichte, 1933
  • Naturgesetz, Freiheit und Wunder, 1940
  • Was sind Rassen, 1949
  • Freiheit und Anarchie, 1949

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