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Hannah Arendt's Understanding of Revolution in the Context of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms.
Frištíková, Tatiana ; Hanyš, Milan (advisor) ; Novotný, Jaroslav (referee)
Diploma thesis "Hannah Arendt's Understanding of Revolution in the Context of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms: The problem of a Reluctant Approach to the Solution of the Social Question and Political Participation", discusses the contrasting process and outcome of two revolutions, American and French, in the work On Revolution by Hannah Arendt. Different revolutionary processes unfolded based on specific socio-economic conditions and influences, such as emotions or necessity. In addition to examining different aspects of the given revolutions, we will also look into Arendt's criticism, which was primarily earned by the French Revolution and the social issue associated with it. In Arendt's understanding, it was not appropriate within the framework of the revolutionary goals that a social issue was added to the acquisition of freedom and fundamental human rights. Even though good social state of people is crucial for the revolutionary success, because when people are socially low, along with it comes state of necessity and a strong emotional response of people, which in the revolutionary context, as well as in the context of political participation, she tends to criticize a lot. The work will therefore look at Arendt's perception of freedom, and the responsibility associated with the political...
Philosophical interpretation of biblical concept of creation in Genesis 1,1-2,3
Hanyš, Milan ; Sokol, Jan (advisor) ; Kružík, Josef (referee)
The thesis deals with the concept of creation in Genesis 1:1-2:4a, which is seen as a fundamental text of the European culture. The first part concludes the exegesis of the key motives of the text in its historical in literary context. The attention is particularly given to the motives that are often exposed and interpretated in European intellectual history (creatio ex nihilo, imago dei, creation by word, goodness of the world). In the second part the attention is confined to philosophical, social and political implications and consequences of the biblical concept of creation. The text is seen as a fundamental point from which springs the European concepts of equality and human rights, positive liberty, inclusive type of monotheism and the autonomy of the world. Two contemporary philosophical conceptualizations of the creation concept (of Jan Sokol and Hans Jonas) are introduced and discussed at the end of the thesis.

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