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Masaryk´s Concept of Realism - An Attempt for the Insight into Its Roots, Theory and Influence
Neudorflová, Marie L.
Masaryk´s realism was a response to insufficient knowledge on society and its problems. In its basis was a struggle for scientific knowledge in relation to important areas of society life through methods used in anumber of disciplines. Masaryk viewed relevant and thorough knowledge about society and its problems, needs and possibilities as a condition for its positive development and foe democratization. In this respect he influenced a part of young generation.
Shared Views of Czech Woman´s Movement with Views of Berta Suttner
Neudorflová, Marie L.
Peace movement, developing in the Czech woman’s movement in the last decade before World War I, was represented by a number of women, most important being Pavla Moudra. They appreciated that Berta Suttner had a courage to revolt against the glorification of war and she published articles on horrors of a war, based on her own particular experince. The essay deals with relevant articles in Czech woman’s jounals between 1905 and 1913, follows important anti-war argumentation, which included anti-war stands of most of great history personalities, inhuman impact of wars on women and children, as well as criticism of power elites, including the Catholic Church, which viewed the war as necessary but used it often as an escape solving social problems and for expansion. The most valuable results of these struggles were a Peace Reader (1914) and efforts to influence politics.
Patočka's Misunderstanding of T. G. Masaryk in the 1970s
Neudorflová, Marie L.
The contribution focuses on causes of changes in Patočka´s views since the 1960s on Masaryk´s filosophy of Czech history, exposing political roots of these changes.
Issues in Masaryk´s Views on Czech Historical and Natural Law
Neudorflová, Marie L.
Since the Czech politics unsuccessfully focused from the 1860s on installing the Czech State Law as the way towards greater sovereignty of the Czech Kingdom in the Habsburg Monarchy, in the 1890s Masaryk made great efforts to propose the principle of natural law as a similarly legitimate principle for achieving more independent status for the Czech nation. In broad context the article reviews complex relevant argumentation od the period.

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