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Composer and Teacher Petr Šandera
Salák, Pavel ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee)
Résumé This Master thesis called "Composer and pedagogue Petr Šandera" disserts about a musical personality from Jihlava's region, where comes also the author of this Master thesis Pavel Salák, Šandera's student, from. Petr Šandera (*1941), who is the object of this work, graduated Academy of music in Brno in 1965, then four years later he graduated Janáček's Academy of music arts in Brno, both school in specialisation Playing organ. After he finished studies, he worked as a musical teacher in Piešťany, in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm and in Jihlava. Beside it he was employed as an organist in Jihlava's crematorium. In years 1991-2002 he worked as a director of Jihlava's art school. Beside his work he addicted himself to composition during his life. He is an author of 129 opuses so far. The aim of this Master thesis is to introduce Petr Šandera, his life, his pedagogical working and mainly to point out to his abundant musical pieces, from which the essential part hasn't been interpreted yet. By the help of the analysis of two choir pieces this Master thesis should characterize Šandera's style of composition. Oral dialogues with Šandera were the main methods of work, Šandera's comments are often quoted. The result of these dialogues are chapters about Šandera's life, his pedagogical working and an extensive chapter...
The History of the Legal Protection of Woody Plants in CzechTerritory
Šimandl, Milan ; Kindl, Vladimír (advisor) ; Šouša, Jiří (referee) ; Salák, Pavel (referee)
The History of the Legal Protection of Woody Plants in Czech Territory Abstract The subject of this dissertation thesis is the development of the legislation on the protection of woody plants growing outside woods in the territory of the Czech Republic. The thesis provides a comprehensive description of the subject in a broader context from the beginning of the Bohemian state up to the present. The thesis is divided into six sections focused on specific topics. Each section includes chapters and subchapters. The first section explores the earliest era from antiquity to 18th century. Unlike the other sections, it is not strictly divided into specific areas, as it describes the common ground for the remaining sections. Within this period, the main goal of woody plants protection was the protection of property, i.e. protection from theft and trespassing. The second section of the thesis describes the development of the legislation on trees planted along roads and tree alleys from 18th century up to the present. Trees planted along roads are essential not only in terms of landscape formation but also in terms of the protection of roads and road traffic. In the past, there was a large number of regulations related to the planting and protection of trees along roads. In terms of trees planted along roads, the...
Static and Dynamic Aspects of the Roman Family
Stloukalová, Kamila ; Bělovský, Petr (advisor) ; Salák, Pavel (referee) ; Šejdl, Jan (referee)
Static and Dynamic Aspects of the Roman Family Abstract: The thesis deals with Roman family law, the core of the research being the Roman family in the Republican era and the beginning of the Principate. However, the archaic rules of regal period on one hand, and of the period of Dominate or even of the times of Justinian on the other, can also be included to present the overall picture of the development of a certain institution. Three main research goals are outlined in the introduction of the work to be reached throughout the following three chapters. The first goal is to define the term of the Roman family; the second is to connect theory and practice, i.e. so-called law in books and law in action. Therefore, we shall first analyze the legal rules and then compare these theoretical findings with their practical application. The practice shall be ascertained mainly from the non-legal sources of literal or epigraphic character. The third goal is to utilize an interdisciplinary approach, i.e. to use the outcomes, methods, and procedures from the research fields other than legal sciences to deepen our knowledge of the Roman family. The first chapter (Family in Ancient Rome) focuses on the Roman family from different points of view. The polysemous terms familia and domus are analyzed. Familia signifies...
Acquisitive prescription in Roman law and its reflection in modern private law codes
Fruthová, Veronika ; Skřejpek, Michal (advisor) ; Bělovský, Petr (referee) ; Salák, Pavel (referee)
Acquisitive prescription in Roman law and its reflection in modern private law codes Abstract Acquisitive prescription is a legal institute, which function is to reconcile state of fact with state of law. This institute served especially to acquire ownership for possessor of the thing by lapse of prescribed time, but it should also serve to acquire other laws, such as servitudes. This thesis focuses mainly on Roman law form of acquisitive prescription. In order to properly understand the concept it is essential to percept it in relation to a unique conception of Roman property law including all its specifics and differences from current view on ownership. First part of the thesis is dedicated to Roman ownership concept and its basic characteristics. Subsequent part describes the development through which the acquisitive prescription in Roman law proceeded during its existence. The thesis focuses on particular institutes such as usus auctoritas, usucapio, praescriptio longi temporis and praescriptio longissimi temporis. Firstly a form of acquisitive prescription in ancient and pre-classical era is investigated. The subject of interest here is the term of auctoritas. The next part of the thesis is focused on classical form of acquisitive prescription, where this type of acquisition was termed as usucapio. The...
The so called 'operation Kulak'and its impact in the districts Chrudim and Hlinsko
Blažek, Lukáš ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Salák, Pavel (referee) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
The so called 'operation Kulak' and its impact in the districts Chrudim and Hlinsko Abstract The submitted doctoral thesis analyses the problem of a violent phase of collectivization in Czechoslovakia in the 1950's, with a particular focus on the so called 'Operation Kulak.' In the first part, the author analyses the historical background of collectivization and therefore at first provides with significant milestones in the history of Czechoslovakia. He focuses mainly on the development after the Second World War, with a particular aim to inquire into the relation of land confiscation made on the ground of Czechoslovakian president's decrees. Specific attention is also paid to the fundamental regulations, which are connected either with the agricultural production, land ownership, or with the violent phase of collectivization. Moreover, the author introduces 'Operation Kulak' nationwide. He gives a detailed description of the preparation of the most significant events linked to the above-mentioned operation, including pretexts for its implementation known as 'Babice case' (1951). 'Operation Kulak' was prepared in the highest ranks of the Czechoslovak Communist Party with an involvement of closest collaborators of Klement Gottwald. This operation was aimed against wealthy and medium sized farmers including...
Provincial and Municipal Administration in the Roman Province of Dalmatia
Termer, David ; Skřejpek, Michal (advisor) ; Salák, Pavel (referee) ; Vladár, Vojtech (referee)
Provincial and Municipal Administration in the Roman Province of Dalmatia. Abstract The subject of the thesis is the provincial administration and the local and municipal authorities in the Roman Province of Dalmatia from a legal historical point of view. It focuses on the following topics: - The Roman control of the territory, the formation of the Dalmatia Province, its characteristics, its further development, and the population of the province. - Governors of the province - findings about the governors of the Dalmatia Province according to the sources discovered to date. - Other municipal authorities representing central power - listed according to existing sources, their status and competence. - Judiciary of the province - exercise of judicial power, jurisdiction of municipalities under individual courts, examples of court decisions from available sources. - The army of the province - legions deployed around the province territory, provincia inermis, auxiliary corps. - Local self-government, municipal administration of individual towns in the region in the d period, their characteristics, especially the degree of their autonomy, the organisation of public authority and their relations with Rome: a) coloniae - role, origin, internal organisation b) municipia - role, origin, internal organisation c)...
The Influence of Roman Legal Institutes in International Public Law
Wendel, Teresa ; Skřejpek, Michal (advisor) ; Bělovský, Petr (referee) ; Salák, Pavel (referee)
1 Abstract The Influence of Roman Legal Institutes in International Public Law Nowadays, international law is perceived as a common part of our legal systems. Nevertheless, the inception and evolution of international law still remains quite unclear. According to many authors, international law is a concept founded in the modern times. However, the idea of regulating international relations existed already in antiquity and was first solidified in detail in ancient Rome. The primary goal of this thesis is to reveal and explain that many of the current legal institutes of international law can be traced back to ancient Roman law. The concept of international law was however not a Roman invention - to a certain extent, it was adopted from Hellenic city-states through a variety of traditions and customs. However, Romans made significant progress in the actual regulation and codification of international relations. These included diplomatic law, status of and relations with foreigners, immigration and naturalization. Further, Roman law contained regulations related to maritime law, international dispute resolution and rules regarding conclusion of international treaties. Finally, law of war and peace was one of the most important and extensive areas strictly regulated by the Romans. The concept of just war,...
Composer and Teacher Petr Šandera
Salák, Pavel ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee)
Résumé This Master thesis called "Composer and pedagogue Petr Šandera" disserts about a musical personality from Jihlava's region, where comes also the author of this Master thesis Pavel Salák, Šandera's student, from. Petr Šandera (*1941), who is the object of this work, graduated Academy of music in Brno in 1965, then four years later he graduated Janáček's Academy of music arts in Brno, both school in specialisation Playing organ. After he finished studies, he worked as a musical teacher in Piešťany, in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm and in Jihlava. Beside it he was employed as an organist in Jihlava's crematorium. In years 1991-2002 he worked as a director of Jihlava's art school. Beside his work he addicted himself to composition during his life. He is an author of 129 opuses so far. The aim of this Master thesis is to introduce Petr Šandera, his life, his pedagogical working and mainly to point out to his abundant musical pieces, from which the essential part hasn't been interpreted yet. By the help of the analysis of two choir pieces this Master thesis should characterize Šandera's style of composition. Oral dialogues with Šandera were the main methods of work, Šandera's comments are often quoted. The result of these dialogues are chapters about Šandera's life, his pedagogical working and an extensive chapter...

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