Stephan Tichy on Incorporating Kant’s Philosophy into University Education at the End of the 18th Century

Sandra Zákutná

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The paper deals with Stephan Tichy, the very first Slovak scholar who dealt with Kant’s philosophy in his work Philosophische Bemerkungen über das Studienwesen in Ungarn, anonymously published in 1792. In this work Tichy openly advocates incorporating Kant’s philosophy into university education, with an emphasis on the significance of Kant’s philosophy to the educational system and the total independence of philosophy as such. The paper also compares Kant’s method of teaching philosophy introduced in the Announcement of the Programme of Lectures for the Winter Semester 1765—1766 with Tichy’s ideas on how to teach philosophy at universities.

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Education, Kant, Slovakia, Stephan Tichy, Teaching Philosophy

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.163995

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