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Between Liberalism and Socialism: Pavel Novgorodtsev, Bogdan Kistyakovsky, Sergei Gessen and Georges Gurvitch
Zemánek, Ladislav ; Kosáková, Hana (referee)
The thesis is concerned with Russian intellectuals' paths towards a new philosophical and ideological synthesis which would demonstrate ability to offer an adequate solution of the social crisis in the 20th century. Being based on a philosophical analysis and comparative method it exposes both merits and shortcomings of the chosen authors, common motifs and main developmental tendencies. Following A. Walicki, the analysis is subordinated to the narrative of the evolution from Social Liberalism towards Liberal Socialism embodied in the work of V. S. Solovyov, P. I. Novgorodtsev, B. A. Kistyakovsky, S. I. Gessen, G. D. Gurvitch and M. V. Vishniak. Attention is paid to legal and political aspects of Liberalism and Socialism considering the dualism of individualism and collectivism, atomism and intersubjectivity, natural and positive law, private and public ownership, free market and state interventionism, popular sovereignty and sovereignty of law, utopism and anti-utopism, freedom and equality, universalism and particularism, revolution and reformism. The thesis attempts to give an answer to the question wheather or to what extent the synthesis of Liberalism and Socialism is possible. In the end it emerges that the synthesis is possible requiring, however, inclusion of conservative elements.
Man, State and Law in Pavel Novgorodtsev's Thought
Zemánek, Ladislav ; Nykl, Hanuš (advisor) ; Kosáková, Hana (referee)
The thesis is concerned with theoretical work of the Russian legal philosopher P. I. Novgorodtsev, focusing on the concepts of natural law, social ideal, individualism, liberalism, rule of law and democracy. Novgorodtsev's interpretation of these concepts is embedded into broader contexts of both Russian and Western political philosophy and philosophy of law. Novgorodtsev's work is analysed with regards to Russian liberal doctrine transformations from classical liberalism towards liberal socialism. The thesis discloses progressive moments in the author's thought demonstrating ways as to develop them. Problems in question are inquired into through the prism of A. Honneth's critical theory of society which enables to approach the subject matter in its historical variability and conditionality and, at the same time, maintaining normativity. The aim of the thesis is not only to assess Novgorodtsev's work topicality and contribution but also critically research into relevant problems in terms of the chosen topic, primarily metaphysical roots of liberalism and its limits as to the notion of man, state and law. The thesis shows that the Russian philosopher offered reformulations of old concepts not being able, however, to go beyond the liberal paradigm. Hence his texts cannot be utilized for overcoming...
Ivan Il'in's Concept of National Idea
Zemánek, Ladislav ; Nykl, Hanuš (advisor) ; Tumis, Stanislav (referee)
The thesis deals with the Russian thinker I. A. Il'in's lifework putting emphasis on social and political philosophy. In consideration of the coherence of all his lifework the thesis is also dedicated to Il'in's metaphysics, epistemology and moral philosophy interpretation and his philosophical method description. Il'in's concept of the Russian "national idea" and its position in the context of the thinker's philosophical system are analysed as well. The analysis of this concept is to indicate to what extend it could be of universal nature having a potentiality for general application. The thesis focuses on problems that have not been discussed in the Czech literature yet, although being topical, including Il'in's criticism of totalitarianism and Western democracy model, his specific conception of nationalism or emphasis on the legal consciousness and the legal state.
Modeling of action potential of heart cells
Zemánek, Ladislav ; Čmiel, Vratislav (referee) ; Rychtárik, Milan (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with studies and researches models of action potentials of cardiac cells. It offers a description of the various models including description of their current components. The own solution of this project includes reconstruction of models of cardiac cell in numerical computing environment Matlab and compared with literature.
Entropy for heart rate variability analysis
Zemánek, Ladislav ; Čmiel, Vratislav (referee) ; Janoušek, Oto (advisor)
The analysis of HRV is an advanced and noninvasive method which is used to investigate the involuntary nervous system. It is also one of the important parameters of its proper function. Heart rate variability can also be analyzed by entropy, which studies the discrepancy of the RR intervals of the HRV signal and thus can be used to diagnose cardiac diseases

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