National Repository of Grey Literature 87 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.00 seconds. 
In the Name of Christ-Selected Thoughts of the Members of the Lesser Czech Evangelical Churches in the Period 1890-1940
Mašek, Tomáš ; Horský, Jan (advisor) ; Nešpor, Zdeněk (referee)
The work focuses on the specification of the specificities of the thinking of some smaller evangelical churches in the territory of Bohemia in the period 1890-1940. Specifically, this is the Brethren Unity of Chelčický (Baptist), the Unity of Czech Brethren (formerly Reformed Free Church) and the Evangelical Methodist Church. The focus of the interpretation is to introduce the construction of confessional identity based on the relationship to the past and the specific interpretation of the personalities and events that shaped the tradition from which these churches were based. Another element forming the identity of the members of these churches was their attitude to the modern secularization tendencies against which they stood in opposition. Last but not least, their confessional consciousness determined their definition of other forms of piety. The aim of the work was to provide, based on the study of the published written sources left by the members of these three churches, a comparison and characterization of their way of viewing certain subjects through their religious beliefs.
The reasons for the late accession of the Austrian and the Czechoslovak Old Catholic Church to the Utrecht Union
Pavlíček, Viktor ; Nešpor, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Horský, Jan (referee)
The main task of this work is to present the relationship between the Old Catholic Church of Austria and the Union of Utrecht in the period 1889 - 1925. Other topics are the circumstances of the foundation of the Union of Utrecht and the Old Catholic churches cooperation within the union and contacts with other confessions as well. The first part presents the circumstances of the foundation of the Union of Utrecht and is based primarily on the fundamental theses defining the Union. This part is also focused on the phenomenon of congresses, synods and episcopal conferences, which are the main symbol of the Old Catholic churches. The part of it is also the question of joining the Old Catholic Church of Austria with the Union of Utrecht, which was one of the main themes of this work to be solved by the analysis of archival documents. The next section deals with issues of episcopal office, mainly of appointing the office of the Old Catholic Bishopric of Austria. One of the aims of this part is also to determine whether the filling of the office of bishopric was the condition of the affiliation of the church with the Union of Utrecht. The last part is aimed at the issues of the Old Catholic churches' cooperation, mainly dealing with specific cases of cooperation between Old Catholic Church of Austria...
Historicity as Ontological and Phenomenological Problem
Klouda, Jiří ; Kouba, Pavel (advisor) ; Čapek, Jakub (referee) ; Horský, Jan (referee)
The first part of the thesis deals with the constitution of the modern conception of history as an independent ontological region, which is characterized by its reflexivity, i.e. the same word history does mean both action and knowledge, information about it. From this perspective, attention is paid to the main stages of development of historiography. We start with constitution of the modern conception of history in the Enlightenment and its philosophical explanation in Kant (§ 2). Followed by an analysis of the historical method developed by Droysen, being shown how the methodological limitations of this approach were associated with understanding the historical reflexivity as identity, inherited from idealistic philosophy (§ 3). A rejection of the sociological approaches in historiography refers to fundamental differences in the conception of the relationship of knowledge and action in both types of disciplines (§ 4). Great attention is paid to the renaissance of historiography attaching to enforcement cultural-anthropological paradigm, in which it was seen as a solution of problems connected with historicism and social science approach (§ 5). The second part concentrates on the analysis of the basic philosophical assumptions of cultural anthropology. Exploration leads to the establishment of the...

National Repository of Grey Literature : 87 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
See also: similar author names
1 Horský, J.
1 Horský, Jakub
1 Horský, Jaroslav
1 Horský, Jiří
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.