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Idea of humanity in the modern legal order (in chosen stages of Czechoslovakian and Czech statehood)
Kolář, Rostislav ; Pinz, Jan (advisor) ; Maršálek, Pavel (referee)
Idea of humanity in the modern legal order (in chosen stages of Czechoslovakian and Czech statehood) Abstract This thesis is focused on the idea of humanity in the modern legal order (in chosen stages of Czechoslovakian and Czech statehood). The main purpose of thesis is to analyse how would be useful change the Constitution of the Czech republic from the humanitarian point of view and after that make a proposal of concrete changes according the Legislative rules of government. Author uses analytical, synthetical and historical methods in order to catch the goal of the paper. This thesis is dealed into universal part and specific part as a logical process. The thesis is composed of six chapters, each of them dealing with different aspects of topic. Chapter one is introductory and defines some of the basic terminology used in the thesis. The most important terms are idea of humanity, democracy, state, constitution and people. In the chapter two author describes genesis and short historical introduction of idea of humanity. Crucial historical times for the idea of humanity is Antics, Middle Ages and the Age of Enlightenment. Amongst the most importants humanists mentioned in this thesis are Sókratés, Aristotelés, Panaitios from Rhodos, Seneca, Confucius, Gautama, Lao-c', Marsilius from Padova, Hus, Rousseau,...
The theory of human democracy
Kolář, Rostislav ; Pinz, Jan (advisor) ; Maršálek, Pavel (referee)
Theory of human democracy The purpose of thesis is to analyse the question of human democracy and to find conclusion if this concept is eligible for society here and now. Author uses analytical, synthetical and historical methods in order to catch the goal of the paper. This research is dealed into universal part and specific part as a logical process. First author finds the problems and after that offer solutions. In concrete how to make from partial democracy, i. e. formal democracy, after accentuation her deficiencies process of changes to full, material democracy. The thesis is composed of seven chapters, each of them dealing with different aspects of topic. Chapter One is introductory and defines basic terminology used in the thesis. The chapter two is subdivided into two parts, where author describes genesis and short historical introduction of democracy and humanity. In Chapter Three the most important ideas of human democracy are mentioned, for example idea of humanity, freedom, equality and fraternity. Result of this part is of course fact, that democracy is expression of sovereignty of people. Last chapter in universal part consists of four subchapters, where analyse of relation between democracy and liberalism is. After that special part follows, which is divided into three chapters. First author...

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