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This article analyses opinions and teleological approach of Czech economist Karel Engliš (1880–1961) and his relation to the Austrian Economics during the first three decades of the 20th century. He grew out from the Austrian subjective psychological school although he later refused its methodological psychological subjectivism and value theory. Engliš formed an original teleological economic school upon Kant´s noetics. This paper describes Engliš´s relation to the Austrian school: the polemicdoi:10.18267/j.pep.557 fatcat:eeto7aghdnca3ibqesz3iul644