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Woman`s Spirituality in Pavel Evdokimov`s work
Temnáková, Pavlína ; Sládek, Karel (advisor) ; Lorman, Jaroslav (referee)
Title: Woman`s Spirituality in Pavel Evdokimov`s work The thesis is focused on the theme of how the author Pavel Evdokimov comprehends the question of womanhood. A significant role is namely given to two facts that also influenced Evdokimov`s life in a special way: they were both a very deep lifelong experience of Evdokimov`s personal relationship to a woman - thanks to his mother, then also thanks to his experience in his own marriage - and then his vocation of being a theologist/ theologian - layman, not forgetting that Pavel Evdokimov`s theological thinking springs from the Orthodox tradition, and only after a forced emigration to Western Europe it was gradually beginning to approach the western - namely catholic - theology and was becoming more ecumenical. In the thesis there are basically discussed following questions: In which way does the author present a woman? What is woman`s vocation like in the order of the Creation and Redemption? How is the vocation reflected in the very woman`s life, in her relationship to God, to man and to all the Creation?
An attempt to evaluate the beatitudes of Jesus in terms of Christian ethics. Mt 5,3-12
Hlavnička, Miroslav ; Lorman, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Mašek, Vojtěch (referee)
This thesis deals with the interpretation of the text of the Beatitudes in the Gospel of Matthew. It is an attempt to evaluate the reference text in terms of Christian ethics. It poses the question of the presence of morally relevant content, ethical implications, in Jesus' Beatitudes. In an effort to understand the text it first discusses the proper handling of the Biblical text and hermeneutics as an effort to understand the text. With the standardized explanatory commentary the exegesis of the reference text Mt 5,3-12 is made. Based on the evaluation of the interpretations the thesis is determined. But the work does not finish with the exegesis of the text, but attempts to move towards the theological ethics. It identifies the Beatitudes as particularly emphasized attitudes. Christological interpretation of the Beatitudes as a portrait of Jesus is attached in the last chapter.
Moral aspects in the story of the first Book of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Attempt at a view of narrative ethics
Kozelský, Kamil ; Lorman, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Ovečka, Libor (referee)
C. S. Lewis was one of the greatest Christian apologists of modern times. He did not only write in Christianity defence, he also wrote a lot about morality and its close interrelationship with faith. This work aims, to demonstrate the moral message put into his work for children, specifically in the story I. Part of the Chronicles of Narnia. It tries to answer the question of whether they can be understood as a general parable of Christian life, spiritual warfare, or inner transformation of a man meeting God. It aims to show precisely the situation hidden in the story, which can be applied to everyday life situations. For example, issues stemming from (in my opinion) the most impressive image of the entire book: What gave strength to Edmund turn from evil to good after meeting with Aslan? What is the nature of this image from the perspective of moral theology and how it is applicable in our Christian life? In this work, I rely on the concept of ethics in other books by C. S. Lewis. Powered by TCPDF (
Ethical aspects in the New Year's speeches by Vaclav Havel
Kovářová, Klára Marie-Anna ; Ovečka, Libor (advisor) ; Lorman, Jaroslav (referee)
The thesis "Ethical aspects in the New Year's speeches by Vaclav Havel" interprets and evaluates the content of the New Year's speeches by President Havel in the light of civil and political ethics. In the study part first deals with the theoretical background (the areas of ethical consideration; relationship of ethics, politics, freedom) and also represents Havel`s ethical and philosophical dimension (the philosophical roots and sources of inspiration - the ideas, personalities). The core of thesis analyzes the ethical content and the development of the main ideas New Year's speeches, as well as their contribution to value creation on the road to moral autonomy and a more mature political culture. From the perspective of a new relation and in the context of the former regime, the last chapter reflects on Havel's considerations of ethical topics that are necessary for meaningful functioning of person in society with regard to civil and political ethos. Keywords Vaclav Havel, New Year`s speeches, ethics, political ethics, truth, love, conscience, liberty, responsibility, morals, morality, values, democracy, totality, civil courage.
Jesus Christ is the only Norm of Christian Moral: Sacramentum et Exemplum and it 's Moral Meaning in the Work of Benedict XVI.
Válka, David ; Lorman, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Sládek, Karel (referee)
Jesus Christ is the only one Norm of Christian Moral: Sacramentum et Exemplum and it 's Moral Meaning in the Work of Benedict XVI. Jesus Christ commands the love to his apprentices in The Farewell Speech (John 13,34 and 15,12) but he commands de facto himself, because he is incorporated love. He is the sacrament - Sacramentum, we take him at communion where our being is converted, we are disposed to love. He is also the example - Exemplum, which is teaching us to live in love and to do deeds of love. These aspects are the topic of this work. The first task is to analyze moral meanings both of the aspects in the work of Benedict XVI. The triptych Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus-Buch in Germ. abbreviation) is considered as a key work. Also all the pope's encyclicals are in indirect dialog with Jesus-Buch, mainly the Deus caritas est. The Spirit of the Liturgy is important in the topic as well. The analytic part of the work, according to the it's size, is focused only to such depth, to be the basic thesis: 'Jesus Christ is the only one norm of christian moral' theological legitimate. The main aim is to prove, if our thesis is taken as a fact, that Jesus's commandment of love is unique, universal rule, of which moral influence is realized through the Eucharist and is concretized in living activity of Christ...
Moral aspects of contraception from the perspective of present catholic couples
Hrnčiariková, Dana ; Lorman, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Sládek, Karel (referee)
Moral aspects of contraception from the perspective of present catholic couples Most women in productive age choose any form of conception control. Catholic Church accepts only natural contraceptive methods. Fertility awareness-based methods are cheap, ecological but for necessity of managing the method more complicated forms of contraception. It is also little promoted and by doctors mostly considered to be less reliable and that's why it is not often recommended by gynecologists in contrast to widely promoted and used hormonal contraception. The topic of this dissertation is how do present catholic couples cope with this problem. The aim of the work is to give comprehensive description of basic types of in present used contraception and after that bring the view of particular contraception methods from the perspective of the Catholic Church doctrine. By the questionnaire survey in practical part is evaluated what are the attitudes of present catholic coulpes to contraception in comparison with official Catholic Church doctrine. Keywords catholic couples, contraception, fertility awareness-based methods, symptothermal method, hormonal contraception
Euthanasia. Arguments for and against its Legal Acceptance
Hlavička, Jiří ; Ovečka, Libor (advisor) ; Lorman, Jaroslav (referee)
The thesis "Euthanasia. Arguments for and against legalising euthanasia" is dedicated to the subject of voluntary euthanasia and assisted suicide. The aim of the thesis is to provide an overview of the most common opinions and assertions, which are used in arguing for legalising euthanasia in the Czech Republic. The introduction briefly introduces the terminology, explains the basic concepts and tries to debunk some inaccuracies that are connected with this theme. In the following text, examples from several countries that have developed approaches to legalize euthanasia in the past are presented, and differences in the laws are explained. This section is linked with the theological, philosophical and bioethical views on euthanasia. The final and crucial part of the thesis presents the various arguments which lead supporters and opponents of legalization in various debates, in the media and in the scientific literature. Keywords euthanasia, assisted suicide, legality of euthanasia, merciful death, slippery slope, autonomy, argumentation
Moral aspects of human cloning in the light of Christian ethics
Havelka, Ondřej ; Ovečka, Libor (advisor) ; Lorman, Jaroslav (referee)
The thesis "The moral aspects of human cloning in the light of Christian ethics" deals with the assessment of cloning human beings from the point of view of moral theology. It is now clear that human cloning is technically possible and the number of attempts of this kind is still increasing in the world. Cloning is a very timely and dynamically evolving topic. Nowadays biology in this business is a few steps further before the law and ethical rethinking and grasping the topic. This thesis provides a summary overview of the current technical conditions of cloning, insight into the history of the issue, as well as the world's legislation, which appears to be inconsistent, and the current state of the debate on the ethical plane. It deals with the opinions of experts from the rank of moral theologians, bio ethicists and biologists, which compare and think them over. This work brings fundamental arguments of the proponents and opponents of cloning human beings and some fundamental approaches to this issue. Besides that it develops individual ethical issues and their consequences for the practice of cloning. The key question permeating the whole work deals with the problem whether the cloning of human beings is compatible with the doctrine of moral theology and Christian understanding of man. In...
Environmental responsibility of household and its influence on the social relations
Labašová, Andrea ; Sládek, Karel (advisor) ; Lorman, Jaroslav (referee)
Anotácia v anglickom jazyku: The aim of this thesis is to find out whether there is an interconnection between environmental responsibility and social relations. On the basis of ecological and theological texts we will analyse the issue of individual environmental responsibility in a household and its influence on human relations visible mainly in the families. Do we realize that polluting nature pollutes also ourselves? The first part discusses theoretical background of the issue. Subsequently this knowledge will be applied on actual problems, like separation, energy savings and other activities connected to a life in a household. This issue will also be analysed utilizing sociological research. Is there a difference in perception of environmental responsibility between secularized and Christian population? As a scope for the eco - ethical research, encyclical of Benedict XVI. Caritas in Veritate is used. Key words: environmental responsibility, environmental protection, separation, human relations, Caritas in Veritate

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