Franciszek Krupiński

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Franciszek Salezy Krupiński (January 22, 1836, Łukowie near Siedlce–August 16, 1898, Warsaw) was a Polish philosopher.[1]


Krupiński was an early representative of Polish Positivism. He preached "organic work" and (though himself a Catholic priest) fought against Catholic and Romantic philosophy.[1]


  • Filozofia w Polsce (Philosophy in Poland; 1863)
  • Szkoła pozytywna (The Positive School; 1868)
  • Romantyzm i jego skutki (Romanticism and Its Consequences; 1876)
  • Nasza historiozofia (Our Philosophy of History; 1876).[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Krupiński, Franciszek," Encyklopedia Powszechna PWN (PWN Universal Encyclopedia), vol. 2, p. 612.