Arnošt Klíma

Arnošt Klíma, PhDr., DrSc. (1 March 1916, Klimkovice – 4 January 2000, Prague), was a historian, most noted for his work on the economic and social history of the Czech-speaking region in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries. He was a member correspondent of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences and professor of the Philosophical Faculty of the Charles University in Prague. He also translated extensively from German. He is particularly noted in Anglophone scholarship for his contribution to the Brenner Debate on the origins of capitalism. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1955
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