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Tzava'at Ha-RIBaSH ve-hanhagot yesharot: The Influence of Non-Lurianic Kabbalah on East-European Hasidism of Modern Age
Šedivý, Antonín ; Nosek, Bedřich (advisor) ; Beneš, Jiří (referee) ; Hošek, Pavel (referee)
Tzava'at Ha-RIBaSH ve-hanhagot yesharot: The Influence of Non-Lurianic Kabbalah on East-European Hasidism of Modern Age Mgr. Antonín Šedivý This dissertation thesis consists of Introduction, three chapters, and Conclusion. Furthermore, it includes name index, list of traditional Jewish sources used in the second chapter, list of sources, literature and other relevant resources, and four supplements. The Introduction of this dissertation deals with several issues important for its research. First of all, the East-European Hasidism is introduced, then follows very thorough overview of current state of knowledge of Tzava'at Ha-RIBaSH ve-hanhagot yesharot, and the definition of goals, hypothesis, and methods of this dissertation, and finally, it also contains technical notes about the dissertation thesis. The first chapter "Tzava'at Ha-RIBaSH ve-hanhagot yesharot" is devoted solely to Tzava'at Ha-RIBaSH, which is the central point of my dissertation. It is divided into chapters that are dedicated to fundamental information about Tzava'at Ha-RIBaSH, to its content, to its place within Hasidic literary collection, and to its reflexion by the opponents of Hasidism. The second chapter "Translation and Commentary of Selected Texts of Tzava'at Ha-RIBaSH" contains translation and short commentary of fifty-one selected...
Sudeten ringlet (Erebia sudetica) in times of global change
Konvička, Martin ; Beneš, Jiří ; Faltýnek Fric, Zdeněk ; Klečková, Irena ; Spitzer, Lukáš
The material provides principles of habitats and populations management for the Sudeten ringlet (Erebia sudetica), a specialised subalpine butterfly protected by the EU Habitat directive. It is based on bioclimatic models ofpast, current and future range and projected vegetation changes in its mountain habitats.
A type system for tracking of unsafe side effects
Beneš, Jiří ; Bednárek, David (advisor) ; Šefl, Vít (referee)
The current mainstream programming languages do not explicitly track side effects of the programs, such as the possibility of allocating memory, throwing an exception, and performing I/O actions. We create a fully speci- fied, novel type system based on graded comonads which can express opt-in, granular safety by annotating expressions which are safe with respect to a set of side effects. The advantages of granular safety are demonstrated using a proof-of-concept practical implementation which allows user-specified side effects tracked by our system. 1
The Creation of Human Beings Their Destiny and Task
Kocichová, Anna ; Melmuk, Petr (advisor) ; Beneš, Jiří (referee)
The main aim of this work was to make acquainted the reader with the creation of man, as we can read it in the first two chapters of the Bible. "The stories of creation", which I was interested in, we can exactly find in the boo k of Genesis: Gn I, 26-31; Gn 2, 4-9; Gn 2, 18-25. I specialized in the Christian look at the creation of man, but I was also trying to find some contexts and similarities with the Jewish tradition, the Old Oriental tradition, as well as with the various opinions of famous personalities. This work has just theoretical character.
King Hezekiah
Turek, Petr ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Roubalová, Marie (referee)
Summary: In this thesis I have focused on the views of individual biblical and Talmudic authors on King Hezekiah. My goal was primarily to compare the assessment of Hezekiah and his deeds in the texts of the Deuteronomist, Chronicler, and other editors. These authors, editors and maybe even entire schools knew Hezekiah as a historical figure known through his abilities as a ruler, his dedication to the Cult of the Lord, and his human qualities. In their attempt to create a complete historical record, the Deuteronomist and Chronicler both deliberately portrayed the character of King Hezekiah in an idealized form, as described above. One of the goals of this work was to show the reason why they chose to do so. Transpersonal motivations certainly played a role in the contemplations of both of them. Both knew that the written word (even more so the historiography of one's own nation) organized from fragments of oral tradition, passed on from father to son, has great power. Not power over others or God, but power over themselves. The nation of Israel should see itself in the characters of the story related by our authors. While listening to these stories, the people of Jerusalem have the chance to identify themselves with the ailing, repentant and in the end the healed Hezekiah. The goal of the Deuteronomist and...
Circumcision in ancient Egypt and Judaism, and the reflection of circumcision in Christianity
Vachatová, Radka ; Vymětalová Hrabáková, Eva (advisor) ; Beneš, Jiří (referee)
The aim of this work is to familiarize the reader more closely with the issue of male circumcision in ancient Egypt and ancient Israel, and subsequently also in Judaism, and to outline how the theme of Jewish circumcision was adapted by Christianity. It describes the custom of male circumcision in ancient Egypt using pictorial and textual evidence, including findings on mummies. It looks for similarities and differences between male circumcision in ancient Egypt and in Judaism, in which it represents one of the most important rituals, and a sign of belonging to God and the nation. Attention is also given to the significant transformation in Christianity to the new initiation ritual of baptism, and opinions damning circumcision. Biblical themes, including the mystery of Jesus' circumcision and Christ's crucifixion, are reflected in European visual art, which is discussed in the final part of the work. Powered by TCPDF (
Megiddo in the Old Testament and in the Light of Contemporary Archaeology
Bémová, Jitka ; Melmuk, Petr (advisor) ; Beneš, Jiří (referee)
Diploma thesis "Megiddo in the Old Testament and in the light of contemporary archaeology" deals with a history of Megiddo from the earliest settlement as far as the Assyrian supremacy in the 8th century B.C.E. The archaeological research of the city was set in a contrast with biblical accounts. Introductory part of the thesis is engaged in the Land of Canaan in which Megido was situated and whose geographical and climatic conditions had effect on later formation of Megiddo city-state. The core of the text is comprised of descriptions of single development phases from the Canaanite to the Israelite city with an emphasis on a relationship between Egypt and Megiddo. The last part of the thesis is engaged in the most famous buildings in Megiddo, their precise dating and to whom the buildings should be attributed. The end of the thesis gives a short outline of the fall of the Northern Kingdom and of a subsequent Assyrian rule. Megiddo is presented as the capital of an Assyrian province. There is a biblical description of the royal city taken into the account in a contrast with the latest archaeological knowledge in a whole text. The aim of my thesis has been to compare biblical mentions of Megiddo with conclusions deduced from the archaeological excavations.

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