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Medieval guardianship and its importance for the present
Radová, Irena ; Vachková, Eva (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Key words: Middle Ages, 13th century, guardianship, religious orders, the woman in the Middle Ages, St. Agnes of Bohemia, St. Zdislava of Lemberk, nun This bachelor's thesis deals with the beginning of guardianship in the Czech lands in the 13th century, the standing of women in the Middle Ages and important women in the history of guardianship, above all Zdislava of Lemberk and Agnes of Bohemia. It maps their fates, work and legacy for the future. It also compares the life of both female saints with the way of life of a nun nowadays. In this context, the thesis also provides an overview of religious orders which devoted their work to charity and care for the ill in the 13th century. It tries to uncover the common and differing traits of medieval guardianship with the current concept of nursing care. The focal point of the thesis is made up of qualitative research, which uncovers the period problems in contrast with the present day. The benefit of this thesis should be to find differences and common traits in care for the ill at that time and today and the legacy left to us by the 13th century. It should also serve as a reminder of the wealth of history of the nursing profession and to increase the prestige and pride they themselves have in their career.
Sibylline Oracles I-II and VI-VIII, Questions of Bartholomew, New Testament Apocrypha in Czech Translation.
Dus, Jan A. ; Pokorný, Petr (advisor) ; Roskovec, Jan (referee) ; Radová, Irena (referee)
Die Arbeit ist durch das Projekt des Zentrums für die biblischen Studien (Prag) "Neutestamentliche Apokryphen in der tschechischen Übersetzung" inspiriert (Übersicht von den übersetzten Schriften: E.4). In der terminologischen Einleitung (A.1) plädiert der Autor für die Erhaltung der konservativen Bezeichnung "neutestamentliche Apokryphen" (Schneemelcher) und gegen die Einführung von den "christlichen Apokryphen" (Junod, Markschies). Nach einigen Anmerkungen über die Problematik der Übersetzung von den antiken Texten (A.2) werden sechs charakteristische Erscheinungen von den Apokryphen behandelt (B) und jeweils an einer apokryphen Schrift illustriert: Textgestaltung ("der heilige Volk" in den Oracula Sibyllina I: B1); Komposition (Pseudo-Phocylides in den Oracula Sibyllina II: B2); biblische Parallelen ("der Gegner" in den Fragen des Bartholomäus: B3); alt- und neutestamentliche Anschlüsse ("Buße vor dem Tod" in der Apokalypse des Sedrach: B4); biblische und liturgische Zusammenhänge ("Eucharistie" in den Thomasakten: B5); theologische Verschiebungen hinter den Textveränderungen ("Fürbitte für die gestorbenen Sünder" in der Apokalypse des Petrus: B6). In dem folgenden Teil (C) befinden sich die zu-ständigen Textstücke in der tschechischen Übersetzung und mit Kommentar; es handelt sich dabei in zwei Fällen...
Freedom in the Letter to the Galatians: Eleutheria as a Soteriological Metaphor.
Cimala, Peter ; Pokorný, Petr (advisor) ; Tichý, Ladislav (referee) ; Roskovec, Jan (referee) ; Radová, Irena (referee)
The dissertation entitled "Freedom in the Letter to the Galatians: Eleutheria as a Soteriological Metaphor" deals with the old Greek notion of freedom (eleutheria) from the perspective of one epistle of the apostle Paul. The aim of the study is to examine the thesis if, and to what degree, freedom is a soteriological metaphor in the letter to the Galatians. An exegetical-theological analysis all eleutheria statements in the letter is preceded by chapters on (§1.) the history of research, (§2.) basic definitions of the polysemous notion freedom, and (§3.) setting the letter in its literary and historical context. In the main part of the thesis five sections and arguments are examined in which we find altogether 11 eleutheria statements (Ga 2,3-5, 3,26-29; 4,21-31; 5,1 a 5,13-15). The analysis of all eleutheria statements provides the basis to answer the main research question: Is freedom in Galatians a soteriological metaphor? Chapter five (§5.) focuses on Pauline soteriology, offering a fundamental delimitation of the metaphor and integrates freedom among the key soteriological metaphors in the letter Galatians and in Pauline theology. The conclusions of the research are summarized in chapter six (§6). The New Testament study presented here relates to broader themes of interest: the religious/biblical...
Medieval guardianship and its importance for the present
Radová, Irena ; Vachková, Eva (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Key words: Middle Ages, 13th century, guardianship, religious orders, the woman in the Middle Ages, St. Agnes of Bohemia, St. Zdislava of Lemberk, nun This bachelor's thesis deals with the beginning of guardianship in the Czech lands in the 13th century, the standing of women in the Middle Ages and important women in the history of guardianship, above all Zdislava of Lemberk and Agnes of Bohemia. It maps their fates, work and legacy for the future. It also compares the life of both female saints with the way of life of a nun nowadays. In this context, the thesis also provides an overview of religious orders which devoted their work to charity and care for the ill in the 13th century. It tries to uncover the common and differing traits of medieval guardianship with the current concept of nursing care. The focal point of the thesis is made up of qualitative research, which uncovers the period problems in contrast with the present day. The benefit of this thesis should be to find differences and common traits in care for the ill at that time and today and the legacy left to us by the 13th century. It should also serve as a reminder of the wealth of history of the nursing profession and to increase the prestige and pride they themselves have in their career.
Sibylline Oracles I-II and VI-VIII, Questions of Bartholomew, New Testament Apocrypha in Czech Translation.
Dus, Jan A. ; Pokorný, Petr (advisor) ; Roskovec, Jan (referee) ; Radová, Irena (referee)
Die Arbeit ist durch das Projekt des Zentrums für die biblischen Studien (Prag) "Neutestamentliche Apokryphen in der tschechischen Übersetzung" inspiriert (Übersicht von den übersetzten Schriften: E.4). In der terminologischen Einleitung (A.1) plädiert der Autor für die Erhaltung der konservativen Bezeichnung "neutestamentliche Apokryphen" (Schneemelcher) und gegen die Einführung von den "christlichen Apokryphen" (Junod, Markschies). Nach einigen Anmerkungen über die Problematik der Übersetzung von den antiken Texten (A.2) werden sechs charakteristische Erscheinungen von den Apokryphen behandelt (B) und jeweils an einer apokryphen Schrift illustriert: Textgestaltung ("der heilige Volk" in den Oracula Sibyllina I: B1); Komposition (Pseudo-Phocylides in den Oracula Sibyllina II: B2); biblische Parallelen ("der Gegner" in den Fragen des Bartholomäus: B3); alt- und neutestamentliche Anschlüsse ("Buße vor dem Tod" in der Apokalypse des Sedrach: B4); biblische und liturgische Zusammenhänge ("Eucharistie" in den Thomasakten: B5); theologische Verschiebungen hinter den Textveränderungen ("Fürbitte für die gestorbenen Sünder" in der Apokalypse des Petrus: B6). In dem folgenden Teil (C) befinden sich die zu-ständigen Textstücke in der tschechischen Übersetzung und mit Kommentar; es handelt sich dabei in zwei Fällen...
Freedom in the Letter to the Galatians: Eleutheria as a Soteriological Metaphor.
Cimala, Peter ; Pokorný, Petr (advisor) ; Tichý, Ladislav (referee) ; Roskovec, Jan (referee) ; Radová, Irena (referee)
The dissertation entitled "Freedom in the Letter to the Galatians: Eleutheria as a Soteriological Metaphor" deals with the old Greek notion of freedom (eleutheria) from the perspective of one epistle of the apostle Paul. The aim of the study is to examine the thesis if, and to what degree, freedom is a soteriological metaphor in the letter to the Galatians. An exegetical-theological analysis all eleutheria statements in the letter is preceded by chapters on (§1.) the history of research, (§2.) basic definitions of the polysemous notion freedom, and (§3.) setting the letter in its literary and historical context. In the main part of the thesis five sections and arguments are examined in which we find altogether 11 eleutheria statements (Ga 2,3-5, 3,26-29; 4,21-31; 5,1 a 5,13-15). The analysis of all eleutheria statements provides the basis to answer the main research question: Is freedom in Galatians a soteriological metaphor? Chapter five (§5.) focuses on Pauline soteriology, offering a fundamental delimitation of the metaphor and integrates freedom among the key soteriological metaphors in the letter Galatians and in Pauline theology. The conclusions of the research are summarized in chapter six (§6). The New Testament study presented here relates to broader themes of interest: the religious/biblical...

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