National Repository of Grey Literature 76 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.01 seconds. 
Political Extremism in France with a Focus on the National Front (" Le Front national")
Nejedlý, Vladimír ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The topic of this thesis is political extremism in France, mainly focused on Front National. In the first part, there is defined term extremism, described its typology and its connection to the political system - political parties and its form at present. The content of the next part is to map historical developments of right-wing extremism in France, roots and its tradition. This thesis is mainly focused on development of Front National - since the formation to the present. The aim of this thesis is to map political extremism in France, mainly The Front National, comparison of the political party's development in the different stages. The focus is put on the comparison of its policy agenda and electors especially in connection to the change of leaders of the Front national during its existence (from Jean-Marie Le Pen to Marine Le Pen). Specialised literature in Czech and French and authentic documents were used for the preparation of this thesis. KEYWORDS extremism, right-wing extremism, political parties, Front National, Jean-Marie Le Pen, Marine Le Pen
The Influence of Psychoanalysis on the First Generation of the Franfurt School with Special Focus on the work of Herbert Marcuse and Erich Fromm
Fodorová, Aneta ; Hauser, Michael (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee)
The diploma thesis shows the work of Erich Fromm through the context of one of his major sources of inspiration - Sigmund Freud and the psychoanalytic theory. The thesis is thus focued on those aspects of Fromm`s thinking which origintae in Freud, works with them and tries to create a new unit. There is also an effort to use Fromm`s psychoanalytic ideas as a critial viewpoint of today`s world.
Contemporary modern political parties and their media presentation.
Naumenko, Iurii ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
In this thesis will be studied the modern political parties and their media presentation. The thesis focuses on the relations between political parties, business sector and journalism. The author tries to answer the question, what do the political parties do to create positive image in the media, especially in the media of public servis. The studies of this thesis wil be done on the basic principles of text analysis using the lingvistical classification of illocutionary and perlocutionary acts. The thesis also focuses on the journalistic ethics, the new theories of the media studies and new types of political parties, especially the libertarian parties (according to Herbert Kitschelt) and business political parties as are defined the first of all by Jonathan Hopkin a Caterina Paolucci. The practical part discusses the elections to the Parliament of the Czech Republic held in 2013 or in 2017. Only those parties which have crossed the electoral clause are being examined in the thesis.
Theology of grace in Saint Paul and its interpretation in Alain Badiou
Musil, Jiří ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to describe the problematic of theology of grace in Saint Paul from different perspectives and to focus on historical relavancy of this teaching. The thesis is methodologically between, New Testament biblical studies and philosophy but without any aims to do systematic theology. This thesis can be split into two parts. In the first part it focuses on historical context of Paul's life and meaning of grace in the Old Testament and in Greek language. Also it analyses elemental Paul's concepts related to grace such as sin, law and faith, which is mainly based on exegesis of letter to Romans. Another perspective focuses on liberating and binding aspects of grace in the context of love to people. Second part of the thesis analyses historical meaning of Paul's theology of grace through interpretation of French philosopher Alain Badiou. The thesis is more focused on his concept of truth based on the event and consequences which it has for subject and Christian discourse.
"I and Thou" in the works of Buber and Fromm
Marek, Tomáš ; Pelcová, Naděžda (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
Work will deal with the comparison of two great philosophers of the 20th century. Both connects the fact that they were born in a Jewish environment and fundamental philosophical discipline considered ethics. Therefore, both authors agree in their works devoted to the nature of the relationship, "I - Thou", as one of the most pressing philosophical themes. How is their view of this relationship different? What must we do to meet "Thou"? Can a human have a "I and Thou" relationship with god? How can we recognize, that we are in "I and Thou" relationship? These and other questions will be the main subject of my research.
Perennial philosophy
Šotola, Jan ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
My diploma thesis researches the concept of perennial philosophy (philosophia perennis, theologia prisca) and its development in the history of different cultures of the World. As I claim, the concept of Perennialism presents a useful means of understanding of different cultures distanced from us in time and space, including the history of the culture of ours. Perennialism shows, that Wisdom is not an exclusive property of just one civilization, but a common heritage of the Humankind as a whole. Further, it points to mutually beneficial influence of different cultures of the Globe. Throughout the paper, my focus lies on the development of philosophia perennis in the Islamic civilization, particularly on Sufism. Before being demolished by the rise of nationalism, the Sufist philosophy enabled a peaceful coexistence and dialog between different cultures and religions. The development of Perennialism is further studied in the philosophy of european Renaissance, where it was first tolerated by the Catholic Church, later to be abandoned, unfortunately (with few exceptions), during the Reformation and the Thirty Years' War. In the current pedagogical practice, the conception of philosophia perennis may become means of highlighting the common grounds of different cultures in the times of culminating...
"De magistro" by Thomas Aquinas
Adamovič, Tomáš ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
Tomáš Adamovič "De magistro" Tomáše Akvinského "De magistro" by Thomas Aquinas Abstract The topic of the submitted Master Thesis is the "De magistro" question from the Disputed Questions on Truth by Thomas Aquinas. The aim of the work is to introduce basic thoughts of this text and present them in a broader context (compared to Plato, Augustine and heterodox Aristotelianisms). The herein applied methods include an analysis of the text, occasionally combined with compilation of Thomas Aquinas and comparison with the works of other authors. In the analysed text, Thomas Aquinas explains his concept of teaching, argues for the statements that a man can be called a teacher, that no one can be called a teacher of himself, that a man can be taught by an angel, and that teaching pertains more to the active life than to the contemplative life. The Thesis is supplemented with some questions of the present author. Keywords teacher, first principles, cognition, Thomas Aquinas, philosophy of education

National Repository of Grey Literature : 76 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.