The paper offers a description of the philosophical systems of two Neothomists of the late 19th century: Lajos Franciscy and Ede Mihalovics, drawing on their contributions published in the journal 'Bolcseleti Folyoirat'. Prevailing in Franciscy are ethical and psychological works, while Mihalovics focused mainly on epistemology and the relationships between philosophy and theology. The texts presented are the evidence of their belonging to the 2nd and 3rd lines of Neothomist authors of that time in Hungary.
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