Emil Utitz

Emil Utitz (27 May 1883 – 2 November 1956) was a Czech philosopher and psychologist of Jewish descent. He was educated in Prague, where he was a classmate of Franz Kafka. After studies in Munich, Leipzig, and Prague, he became a professor in Rostock, and from 1925 was Chair of Philosophy at the University of Halle-Wittenberg. After his forced retirement in 1933, he became a professor in Prague. In 1942, he was deported to Theresienstadt Ghetto, where he was head of the library. After the liberation of Theresienstadt in 1945, he returned to Prague. Utitz died in Jena in 1956, while travelling through East Germany to give lectures. Provided by Wikipedia
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Utitz, Emil, 1883-1956 Grundzüge der Ästhetischen Farbenlehre : mit 4 Abbildungen und 2 Tabellen im Text / Emil Utitz 1908
Utitz, Emil, 1883-1956 Dejiny estetiky ; studii o E. Utitzovi napsal Karel Svoboda ; přeložil Josef Čermák / Emil Utitz 1968
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