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Searching for the meaning of beauty in relation to truth and freedom on the grounds of art and pedagogy
Klimešová, Petra ; Hůla, Zdenek (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee) ; Prázný, Aleš (referee)
In the research called Searching for the meaning of beauty in relation to truth and freedom on the grounds of art and pedagogy, I deal with the topic of how beauty is perceived in art education and contemporary art. Specifically, I focus on the question of what is the experience of artists and educators with the perception of beauty? At the same time, I study Hegel's Aesthetics, in which Hegel describes art and beauty as a tool through which we discover / uncover ourselves and approach the absolute spirit. This uncovering or unhiddeness is also a term for truth (alétheia), which is a key element of Jan Patočka's and Anna Hogen's philosophy. In his philosophical work, Patočka and subsequently Hogen strive to return to her original source through self-knowledge (gnothi seauton), and by this idea all work is inspired as a search for meaning. The work is divided into three areas. The first part deals with the theoretical introduction to the whole research issue. The concept of beauty itself, the problem of objectivity and subjectivity of knowledge, the aesthetic basis of contemporary art and also Hegel's concept of aesthetics and the issue of perception. The second part reflects the statements of individual respondents. In response to the testimony, ten areas were created that relate in some way to...
The Word as a Consciousness and a Nothing or the World as a Will and an Idea? The comparison of the Concept of Will by Ladislav Klima and Arthur Schopenhauer.
Karela, Jan ; Blažková, Miloslava (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
This thesis deals with the philosophy of will of Arthur Schopenhauer in comparison with the philosophy of will of Ladislav Klíma. The first part of the thesis describes the philosophy of Schopenhauer, including the sentence of reason. The second part describes the philosophy of Klíma and compares the two schools of thought of the compared philosophers. In addition to the theme of will itself, the themes of personal will, free will, will as a principle, will to power, will to life, will to pleasure are also opened and described. The thesis also describes the relationship of will and life, the question of suicide, as a possibility of defying the will. The thesis also deals with Ladislav Klíma's solipsism in the context of the will and eastern philosophy, namely upanishads. The topic of the divinity of Ladislav Klíma and the question of the whole are also mentioned.
Dance from phenomenological point of view
Růžičková, Veronika ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee)
Anotation This diploma thesis is a philosophical essay on the subject of dance and its essence through a phenomenological viewpoint and examination of meaning that is carried by the dance itself. It tries to glimpse fundamental possibilities of dance, its manifestations, and problems connected with its production, perception, the inner attunement of a dancer, spatiality, and temporality on the background of the whole. The main approach is thinking man through on the basis of Heidegger's work - the dancer as a place in which Being happens. Dance is one of the possibilities of how a dancer can be. The thesis should aim towards the enlightenment of a historical viewpoint of dance, the phenomenon of dance, and reach the origin of the art of dance. Knowledge that is given to man through dance is another important part. Dance is also understood as a way of self-possession, which means uncovering dancer's own possibilities. Understanding these possibilities sets the course of events in itself that sets off on a journey of self-discovery and openness of being. Dance is taken as a way of artistic expression and an existential dialogue between a dancer and the world. Ownness is displayed on the background of the truth of being. What should be grasped is the way dance arises in our consciousness and how it is...
Ecological ethics
Valentová, Kristýna ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee)
The issue of ecological ethics has often been discussed because it is important for the development of further generations. Nature and culture are not at the same level, yet culture is subordinate to nature. Because of human influence, the harmony of nature is endangered and we live in an ecological crisis. This master's thesis compares the opinions of experts in Czech environment who perceive the ecological ethics, collisions of nature and culture and environmental sphere from the point of philosophy. In the first part, there is a theoretical basis of ecological ethics and the elementary classification. Further, the development of ecological ethics in the Czech phylosophical thinking is presented. In the main part, the author always explores two selected ideas of Czech professionals - Erazim Kohák, Josef Šmajs, Hana Librová, Petr Jemelka and Jan Patočka. The conclusion of the thesis is that although all the authors come from various conceptions, their results are more or less corresponding. It is fundamental to accept a personal responsibility and not to long for power and profit. It is imporant to indicate and become aware of ecological crisis and start to solve it on our own at first (e. g. by voluntary modesty and awareness that we leave a legacy for further generations). We do not need to live...
Author and the World of text
Šteffl, Jan ; Lukeš, Jiří (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
In my thesis I focus on common resources of the concept of author in the context of philosophy and literary criticism, mostly in twentieth century. Moreover I look for specifics in particular fields and authors which are specific for them. The first chapter is an introduction to the issue and represents Fichte's concept of author. Next chapter introduces principles of hermeneutics and shows us the function of hermeneutic circle on the background of the text reading theory and understanding. In the third chapter are shown Roman Jakobson and Jan Mukařovský as representatives of structuralism. The first mentioned shows us a diagram of the speaker and the recipient, the second mentioned shows us on a principles of a poet. In the next chapter I introduce post- structuralism and deal with the development of terms like archive and discourse as well as the changing of the role of an author. The last chapter is focused on orality and narrative in the context of an author as a narrator. The world of fiction is also reflected.
Joy in the Thought of Friedrich Nietzsche
Chmel, Patrik ; Blažková, Miloslava (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to show the joy, which is connected with the main ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche's work. It will attempt to outline the roles which God, the world and suffering play in relation to joy. The first part of this work will interpret the death of God, assess it in a contemporary context and use it as a cornerstone for understanding the other opinions of our thinker. The thesis will also define the traditional Christian perception of mankind, the world and happiness, and contrast it with Nietzsche's joyful message. A further important part of this work will focus on the correlation between the idea of the overman and the eternal recurrence of the same. Both are shown to bring an entirely different kind of joy. However, in the end it should be clear that one cannot exist without the other. Key words Nietzsche, joy, Jesus, Dionysus, will to power, overman, last man, eternal recurrence of the same, suffering, Christianity, God, death, world.

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