List of Austrian intellectual traditions

List of Austrian intellectual traditions

This is an incomplete list of topics relating to the intellectual traditions of Austria.

*German culture
*Viennese school
*German philosophy
*Austrian School of Economics
*Vienna Circle

People

*List of German-language philosophers
*Oswald Spengler
*Carl Gustav Jung
*Sigmund Freud
*Ludwig Wittgenstein

Periods

*Sturm und Drang
*German Romanticism


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