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ART EDUCATION - LITERARY EDUCATION: Subjects of "higher" culture in aesthetic education on the example of geometric art.
Vaniš, Leo ; Štech, Stanislav (advisor) ; Hník, Ondřej (referee) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
1 Leo Vaniš: Abstrakt dizertace (EN): The dissertation theses "ART EDUCATION - LITERARY EDUCATION: The subjects of" higher "culture in aesthetic education on the example of geometric art" is based primarily on the field of educational sciences, focusing on two areas of the educational process: art and literary education. Two equivalent school subjects matters (which the very graphic concept of the name by capital letters suggests, as well as the intentional duplication of the word education) is based on the study of culture, which is conceived on two levels - "higher" and "lower," possibly simple, unprofessional, but not necessarily of lower quality. The intentional introduction of the word "higher" in quotation marks already in itself suggests that it will be a problem of defining what such a culture means, what it can look like and how it can be understood in an educational context. collection of so-called canonically anchored works, in the field of verbal and artistic creation, while cross-sectionally focusing on one researched aspect - geometry. Whith the concept of dual geometry (often referred to in the theses as the "phenomenon of simple and artistic geometrization") the author tries to show the projection of already established great artistic values into contemporary educational reality, defining...
Czechization of Ceske Budejovice
Andršová, Justýna ; Županič, Jan (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on select aspects of the process of Czechization of České Budějovice between the mid-19th century until the early 20th century. The aspects in question are mainly the following: economic development, evolution of the population structure, and political competition on a municipal level. In regard to the evolution of the population structure, this thesis primarily focuses on the ambivalence of national identity. As concerns the economic shift, the focal point is the contemporary development of business life in the city and the competition between the Czech and German parties involved. When it comes to political competition, it follows the inner workings of municipal administration and elections, which played a major part the particular way that the national emancipation of the Czech population of České Budějovice developed, not only on a political level. KEYWORDS České Budějovice, Czechization, Czech-German relations, municipal self-government, population structure
Care of the soul as a philosophical problem
Pochop, Jan ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of the care of soul. The goal of the work is to express what is meant by care of the soul and to remind its importance and its role in human life, especially at young age. The concept of soul and the ways of its development are very closely connected with the Greek concept of paideia, which is elaborated on in Plato's work and which foreshadows the beginning of pedagogy as a science. Therefore, the bachelor thesis focuses also on education and tries to pay attention to its meaning and essence. The thesis is based on Plato's dialogues and Patočka's texts, especially on his extensive writings and lectures on the topic of the care of soul. This work is written, when the key method is the analysis of selected texts using Czech literature as primary and foreign as secondary. The work is divided into 5 chapters. First two form a theoretical introduction to the context of the age of ancient thinkers and the issue of care of soul. The third chapter focuses on Plato's work itself. It deals with the educational curriculum introduced in the Republic with reference to the parable related to it. The fourth chapter looks on the work of Jan Patočka, who is considered the most important Czech thinker focusing on this issue. The last chapter is devoted to the possibilities...
Philosophy as Passionate Interest
Strobachová, Ingrid ; Pinc, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Haškovcová, Helena (referee) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
The purpose of my dissertation is to analyze and further elaborate upon its main topic: the questions that are of a mutual deep interest to both medicine and philosophy. The dissertation has three parts. In the first part, I will introduce some of the key terms that will be used throughout the text. The second part, central to my work, is concerned with three possibilities that are offered to us - play and playing, dream and dreaming, poetic being - all become the places where comprehending, listening (to both the speech and the silence) and responding materialize. Playing, dreaming, poetic being - each offers our daily reality the beauty of transcending its borders without destroying them; in fact, they become a free spirited, passionate interest that enhances and makes valuable the ordinariness and finiteness of our daily lives. Freedom and Responsibility; I and the Other Person; Illness and Hope - each having its physical aspect and each being considered through the dimensions of seriousness and unseriousness, reason and unreason - will be rethought through playing, dreaming and poetic being, providing new insights of an engaged, passionate practice of philosophy and medicine. The third part, concerned with application on the two areas - I, the Child, and the Parenthood; and the Therapist and...
Body and gender of women who had undergone aesthetic plastic surgery
Garbová, Petra ; Fialová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee) ; Vilímová, Vlasta (referee)
Objective: In our research we would have like to involve gender belief system and conceive their attitude against in detail gender-man, gender-women, personal gender identity in population of business women, who had undergone aesthetic plastic surgery. Next we assumed to understand the body formed by society and describe their Physical self. Methods: Empirical research, first exploring to know and catch up information about chirurgical surgeries. Questionnaire focused on Physical and gender self were used. Results: Their gender self was mostly masculine in case of androgyny. Body dissatisfaction and body distortion were parts to represent their Physical self. We could identify few bad body image distortions including. They wished having ideal feminine, mysterious, agile, beautiful and right body. Being on diet, using cosmetics and plastic surgeries were common in changing bodies shapes rather then sports activities. They preferred being slim even passive way by the way they could have connected slimness with being in form. Key words: aesthetic plastic surgeries, gender, physical self, sports activities, body
Man Lives Ethically
Hlavinka, Filip ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee) ; Slaninka, Michal (referee)
The dissertation represents a philosophical contribution to ethics and ethical education. Its intention is to present ethics not only as a doctrine of the values and rules of human coexistence, but above all as an essential questioning that brings one to spiritual depth as a true philosophy. It does not approach to the topic by analyzing the work of one or a few relevant authors, but it is guided by the topic itself and the context in which ethics appears. The inspiration here is Heidegger's understanding of the world as the so-called Foursome, in which man, as Mortal, relates to the Earth, the Heavens, and the Divine. As Heidegger explains that man relates poetry to the depths of the world, this dissertation attempts to explain that ethical relation to the world is also something essential for man. The ethical dimension of human action and decision-making, which comes from human freedom, is presented here on diferent levels as morality and ethos. While morality is largely based on the social setting and can be described as a certain conformity, the ethos represents a deep personal authentic search for Good. It is an act in accordance with the conscience, which is oriented according to the Good. Good is presented as an idea in the Platonic sense, as a whole without border, as Divine. This Good...
Socratic Dialogue and Thinking
Černínová, Andrea ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
The bachelor thesis "Socratic Dialogue and Thinking" provides an insight into the life and philosophy of the ancient philosopher Socrates and brings a closer look at his concept of dialogue through which the truth is revealed. It also deals with the usage of the method of dialogue in teaching. The whole thesis was written with an effort to emphasize the importance of Socrates' philosophy in contrast with today's preference of an assertive way of communication, which often results in eristic dialectic. The aim of this bachelor thesis mainly is to describe Socrates' unique method of dialogue and to inspire a potential young reader, a high school student or his teacher. In the first instance, the thesis pursues Socrates' life and then deals with the term dialogue and with various conceptions of dialogue. Next section is about its Socratic conception. The conclusion of the thesis explains the pedagogical contribution of the Socratic method of dialogue to tuition. KEYWORDS Socrates, Plato, dialogue, dialectics, thinking, teaching
The issue of Areté in the philosophy of Anna Hogenová
Urbášek, Aleš ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
This work aims to look at the thought motives of Anna Hogenová, leading primarily to an understanding of the meaning of the virtue called Areté. Aretes as abilities in an individual, concrete situation to capture the whole, one that is not conceptually definable and does not prove to be a verifiable being. The path to understanding such a whole begins with René Descartes and the subsequent emergence of the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl, followed by Heidegger, who demonstrates the possibility of capturing the whole in the so-called moods. In Patoček's understanding of the whole, we already see a direct connection with Hogenová, who claims that these are precisely the units that have been forgotten today, even thanks to empirical science. Areté is also introduced in the context of education, where its purpose, according to Hogenová, should be to bring to the whole. In addition to the central motif, the work also tries to capture the philosopher with its main themes, such as the issue of the beginning or the need to live life from its own source. KEYWORDS Hogenová, Areté, education, whole, phenomenology

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