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Slovák, Jiří Elíša ; Jeřábková, Edith (referee) ; Klímová, Barbora (advisor)
This work touches sensitive questions about the sense of life during pilgrimage of fiction figure. Significant for a search like this is individual’s revolving around his own axis with an outcome as feelings of vanity leading to emptiness. Mind then phases between madness and bitter self-awareness. As a conclusion figure resigns for his ideas of his own prominence. Turns to God where he finds satisfaction in softness and humbleness of heart.
The Book Song of Songs as an Answer to Qohelet's Vanity
This thesis is concerned with, in the words of Song of Songs, finding an appropriate answer to Qohelet's vanity - vanity of a human life and things that inherently come with it, as Qohelet himself proclaims in his book. The first chapter introduces the Book of Qohelet and aims to capture the main themes of vanity and transience, while also providing the ways out from this situation, as presented by Qohelet. The second chapter introduces the reader to the Song of Songs book while also describing its content which concerns the interpretation of love between a man and a woman. The third chapter brings forward efforts of the author and the main themes and conclusions of the book are analysed. This allows - in the conclusion of this thesis - to answer the question of whether the love in the Songs of Songs is a possible answer to Qoheleth's vanity - the transience of a human life, as brought out by Qohelet in his work.
The Book of Qohelet in the Context of Ancient Philosophy
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to analyze The Book of Qohelet in the Context of Ancient Philosophy. The first part of the thesis introduces the book itself, focusing on its title, authorship, place of origin and defining themes in particular. The thesis continues with a basic characteristic of four ancient philosophies: the philosophy of 6th and 5th century BC and its main herald, Heraclitus, the Aristotle philosophy and Hellenistic philosophy, namely Stoicism and Epicureanism. What follows is the comparison of the listed philosophies and the book itself. The thesis concentrates on finding similarities between the book and those contemporary philosophies. It also hopes to answer the question of whether the influential parts of those philosophies are somehow reflected in the book itself.
Vogelová, Tereza ; Fajnor, Richard (referee) ; Stratil, Václav (advisor)
The existing world is becoming more disrupted and is falling apart. For its resurrection and restoration, a new way of thinking is necessary. This new type of thinking is needed to be able to open up its mind and to think about the process of thinking itself; it must understand what is happening in other systems, where processes seem to be taking place by themselves without any other visible interference. First Chaos is the title for an intermedia installation which contains 90 black and white photographs, both digital and analogue, all of which were taken between the years 2008 and 2012. Together, the photographs create one coherent piece – a kind of sculpture. They can evoke a "still film" with a non-linear, cyclical storyline, whilst the images can simultaneously function individually, without any connection to other photographs.
Comenius' Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart and biblical inspiration
VARADY, Veronika
The thesis aims to investigate the relationship Comenius to Scripture and how to work with him when he wrote his work The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart.

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