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The meaning of game in philosophical reflection
Keplová, Michaela ; Pelcová, Naděžda (advisor) ; Zicha, Zbyněk (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the phenomenon of play in philosophical reflection. The game is thought out in a variety of contexts, as it appears in historical but also contemporary philosophical thinking. It is thought of in relation to the whole world, nature and cosmic forces, in relation to life, society, culture, as a manifestation of creativity in art, as a counterweight serious work even as an intimate level of the experience of happiness. The work shows the game in the whole of their ambiguous designation and scope for individuals and the whole commonwealth. Individual chapters in which I am inspired by great thinkers from antiquity to the present is affected by these very different contexts in which the game is in philosophy thought out. Today 's ludology extends from the originally philosophical foundations to various areas of humanities research, which also appears in work by observing the so-called "lead of the game" and thinking about the pedagogical significance of the game in education and teaching. KEYWORDS game, symbol, meaning, concept, reflection

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