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Changing in Place Identity of Two Working-Class Neighbourhoods in Kladno since the mid-20th Century: Podprůhon & Nové Kladno
Čermák, Adam ; Chromý, Pavel (advisor) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
The thesis focuses on the place identity of two working-class neighbourhoods in Kladno since the mid-20th century. It describes the historical development of all neighbourhoods in Kladno, but it analyses Podprůhon and Nové Kladno as prototypical examples. Although the two are close to each other, they have developed differently: Nové Kladno was transformed into a housing estate; Pod- průhon was left to its natural, gradual development. An essential part is a qualitative and quantita- tive research. It studies the people's relationship to both localities, the first impression of them, and whether the conclusions differ according to the respondents' ages. It exploits interviews with resi- dents and questionnaire survey with non-residents. The results are put in context with plans and artistic works, allowing for a detailed description of the identity of both localities. Nové Kladno has lost its identity due to its transformation and has not yet built a new one, while Podprůhon has re- tained its identity despite becoming an excluded locality in the 1980s. As there are many neigh- bourhoods with similar developments in Czechia since the mid-20th century, the interpretations from this thesis can be generalised as case studies of the industrial heritage transformations not only in Kladno. Keywords:...
Regulation Brussels I and other procedural legislation of European private international law (with regards to recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters)
Žižlavská, Klára ; Brodec, Jan (advisor) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
Diploma thesis "Regulation Brussels I and other procedural legislation of European private international law" (with regards to recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters) is focused on the procedure of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the European Union. The beginning of the thesis is dedicated to the European legislative development of the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments. The key part of the thesis, analysis of recognition and enforcement according to Council Regulation (EC) No 44/2001 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, so called Brussels I Regulation, is contained in the third chapter. This chapter describes the procedure required for recognition and enforcement of judgments given in one member state in another member state, lists related significant decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union and provides critical evaluation of this procedure by specialists. The aim of Chapters four and five is introduction of regulations that came into force after the Brussels I Regulation. These are Regulation (EC) No 805/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004 creating a European Enforcement Order for uncontested claims and Regulation (EC) No...
The Influence of the Trinity Archetype on the Thoughts of Democracy and Pluralism
Činovcová, Michaela ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
The diploma thesis "The Influence of the Trinity Archetype on the Thoughts of Democracy and Pluralism" deals with a long-term discussed theme of interrelationship of democracy, pluralism and the church. It considers a development of a democracy since its birth on a basis of collation with totalitarian regimes and a strict monotheism and tries to point out significant fundamentals of democracy and Trinitarian God. It observes an archetypal attributes and interpersonal relationships belonging to Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. It finds out a relevant analogy of them in human being and society. Author's main affort is to find an influence and a recognition of an archetypal affinity of Gog and human being in society and in the church and profane official documents. It emphasizes the current role of Christianity in Europe.
Brussels I Regulation and other procedural legislation of European private international law
Jindrová, Daniela ; Brodec, Jan (advisor) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
Regulation Brussels I and other procedural legislation of European private international law Diploma thesis is particularly focused on rules regulating jurisdiction according Council Regulation (EC) No 44/2001 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, so called Brussels I Regulation. The Brussels I Regulation represents a cornerstone of European judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters. The main aim of my thesis is to provide comprehensive interpretation of jurisdictional rules in accordance with this regulation. The thesis is systematically divided into nine chapters. The purpose of Chapter One is to introduce a complex issue of European Private International Civil Procedure Law by way of defining the essential terms, subsuming it under the broader framework of private international law and also by describing historical development of this area. Next chapters are entirely concentrated on the Brussels I Regulation. Chapter Two addresses general aspects of this regulation. Those are development and subject matter of the regulation and interpretation of basic terms such as jurisdiction and domicile. Chapter Three deals with scope of application, the understanding of which is fundamental for a correct application. Five subsequent...
Conflict of Laws in the European Union Law concerning Obligations
Spozdilová, Karolina ; Pauknerová, Monika (advisor) ; Kunz, Oto (referee) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the proper law under the Rome I Regulation and the Rome II Regulation and find out the differences and similarities between them. The thesis is composed of introduction, four parts and conclusion. The part One describes general and theoretical topics of European Private International Law (EPIL) - explains the notion and methods of regulation of Private International Law, notion, meaning, and sources of law and principles of application of EPIL. The part Two is concerned with the history of creation, structure, and scope of the Rome I and Rome II Regulations. Parts Three and Four represent the core of this thesis. The part Three analyzes the proper law of contract under the Rome I Regulation and non- contractual obligations under the Rome II Regulation. It focuses on ascertaining of the applicable law for obligations, on limits of the proper law and other related questions. Part Four summarizes all knowledge. It illustrates the results of comparison of the Rome I and Rome II Regulations.
The Topic of the Death in Existential Philosophy and its Influence on the Theological Reflection
Kuntová, Karolína ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
Diploma thesis "The Topic of the Death in Existential Philosophy and its Influence on the Theological Reflection" deals with the Death in work of existential philosophers as Martin Heidegger, Jean - Paul Sartre, Karl Jaspers and Albert Camus. Authors concentrate on human being, which is direct to the Death. They mention about concepts, which influence of this perception of the Death, for example a freedom, an anxiety, a fear or a quilt. These concepts are importance to accept of the Death as a part of a human life. We can't omit the existence of God, who authors, without Karl Jaspers, decline. Diploma thesis deals with importance of the Death and what the Death tells for human. Authors concentrate on moment of the Death and subjective of the Death not only, but meaning of the Death in future too.

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