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The meaning of speech in upbringing and education
Chocholová, Viktorie ; Zicha, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee)
The thesis deals with the connection between education and speech. The aim of the interdisciplinary thesis is to outline the importance of these two phenomena in human life, their interrelatedness and to philosophically reflect and characterize selected speech phenomena - dialogue, questioning, silence and narration. Using predetermined research questions, the work opens up space for reflection on the meaning and use of these phenomena in upbringing and education. In the first part, the thesis deals with the concept of upbringing and education from the point of view of the philosophy of education through available literature. In the second part, the relationship between speech and humanity is reflected, then speech and education, where the conclusion is that speech and education are related phenomena, and several significant parallels are found between them. At the end of this part, the thesis is devoted to the specifics of humanities education and the connections with given speech phenomena. The third part of the work is focused on the characteristics of selected speech phenomena - dialogue, questioning, silence and narration, where the result is a conclusion that all phenomena can be directly connected with education and are often the key to the effective implementation of the educational...
The concept of education according to St. Augustine
Pecková, Alžběta ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Pelcová, Naděžda (referee)
The bachelor's thesis on The Concept of Education according to St. Augustine focuses on the analysis of Augustine's ideas concerning education and upbringing within the methodological framework of the history of philosophy. The thesis examines Augustine's view of what is the meaning of education and education. In this context, Augustine's thought is strongly influenced primarily by Plato's philosophy and, of course, by the philosophical and theological tradition that followed. We will trace this context in which Augustine is situated, and also the way in which he builds on earlier sources, especially Plato's idea of education as a bringing to ideas and the motive of anamnesis. We will use this comparison to characterize Augustine's thinking on education more generally, with key themes being the relationship between education and religion, the role of the teacher in the educational process, and the importance of love and truth, example and the individual approach to education. Augustine's writings On the Teacher, Christian Education, and the Confessions will be the primary textual sources.
Narativity in Teachching of Ethics
Sůvová, Adéla ; Zicha, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee)
This thesis concerns with the possibilities of using stories in teaching ethical topics in schools. The first chapter explores the importance of language and speech for culture, then from a philosophical perspective it highlights the nature of conversation especially for the care of the soul and the knowledge of truth, and also explores the importance of language and speech from an anthropological perspective. The second chapter, entitled Story as Cohabitation, provides the nature of stories, their possible effects on children's psy-chic, and an explanation of what literary narrative is, how to tell stories, and the importance of the storyteller. In addition, you will find various particular forms of presenting stories (e.g., docu-mentary film form, storytelling, etc.). The third chapter understands ethics as a problem and defines some ethical concepts, values and paradoxes. It gradually moves towards the issue of the nature of ethics and the teaching of ethics in schools. The fourth chapter deals with ethics education as a complementary educational field and its characteristics, mentions the organisation Ethics Forum of the Czech Republic and also lists some activities used in this educational field. This chapter gives an insight into the RVP ZV (Framework Education Programme for Elementary Education) and...
Socratic asking as a way to the truth
Procházka, Ondřej ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The thesis is focused on the method of Socratic questioning the essence of things and phenomena. This approach to his difficult, almost aporethical problems, is based on a structured, critical assessment of a given specific situation. These basic features will be demonstrated in Plato's early dialogues, specifically in Prótagoras and Faidros, where not only will we recognize the basic features of this dialectical method, but we will be able to understand the fundamental difference between Socrates and sophists. However, in order to fully understand this method, it is first necessary to understand the psychic and mental development of Socrates. Therefore, in addition to the above-mentioned texts, my work will also be based on the work of Jan Patočka, who maps this historical course and profile of the philosopher's life. What is the main point in the method of Socratic questioning? How can it be understood as a path to truth? And how can its knowledge and application change our daily lives?
Ficino's conception of intellectual life and melancholy
Žáková, Karolína ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
Marsilio Ficino was one of the leading exponents of Florentine humanism, which in the following centuries influenced great thinkers such as Galileo Galilei, Paracelsus and John Amos Comenius. The main subject of my interest is the problem of melancholy in relation to the intellectual life, as captured in Ficino's De libri tres, especially the De vita sana. The methodological framework of the history of philosophy will correspond to this topic. Melancholy has an ambivalent nature, in general it has been perceived as a benign disease, but in the case of intellectuals it is not merely a blight, but also their gift and a means by which they can devote themselves to their studies. The thesis will first set the main issue in the broader context of Ficino's Neo-Platonism and then turn to a comprehensive interpretation of the concepts of intellectual life and melancholy as perceived by Ficino, including the individual advice that Marsilio gave to scholars to improve their performance in their studies. At the same time, my aim is to show that the thoughts of a man who lived and worked in 15th century are still alive today, despite the marked difference between the times of humanism and modern science, influenced in particular by the philosophy of René Descartes. KEY WORDS melancholy, black bile,...
Seneca's ideal of the noble spirit and the problem of education
Černínová, Andrea ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Pelcová, Naděžda (referee)
The diploma thesis is devoted to the work of the Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca, and works in more detail with his moral philosophy. For example, there are open topics on how, according to him, to achieve a calm mind, lasting joy or what true happiness consists of. The diploma thesis aims to think about the transformation of a person according to Seneca in education and how virtue in the Stoic sense belongs to education, as well as how it transforms a person's life in general. Everything is demonstrated through Seneca - tutor of Nero. Through Seneca's Letters to Lucilius (Epistulae Morales ad Lucilium) and work About peace of mind I describe his ethical and didatic principles. In my thesis, I also try to answer the question of what is meant by ancient philosophy, because it is fundamentally different from philosophy in the academic sense, as we know it nowdays. For the Stoics, philosophy consisted not only of the theoretical part, but also of practical exercises. We would literally say that the philosophers of that time lived with the question How to live well? This connection of life, philosophy and education, which is revealed to us in Seneca, is another of the topics I am dealing with. KEYWORDS Seneca, hellenistic philosophy, stoicismu, the ideal of a noble spirit, education

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