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Freedom of Conscience and Spirit of Christ - Fundamental Principle of Hussite Theology
Sedlák, Filip ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee) ; Šafin, Ján (referee)
Freedom of Conscience and Spirit of Christ - Fundamental Principle of Hussite Theology Filip Sedlák The dissertation topic is freedom of conscience in the Spirit of Christ as a specific expression of the essence of Christianity and the resulting Christian freedom in the concept of the theology of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church (CHC) - Hussite theology. Although freedom of conscience and the Spirit of Christ are two seemingly independent ideas, it is clear from the tradition of Hussite theology, including official doctrinal and legal documents, that they are connected. Zdeněk Trtík, the most important theologian for this concept, connects them later explicitly in the form mentioned above. The primary notion is the Spirit of Christ as the essence of Christianity. Freedom of conscience as a form of Christian freedom ensues from it due to accepting the authority of the Spirit of Christ, accepting Christ as the Lord, and becoming his disciples. The concept of freedom of conscience in the Spirit of Christ has a crucial permanent place in the CHC tradition and has been present in it from the beginning to the present. But at the same time, this concept has undergone some evolution and changes, and therefore it must be considered in its essence, which is permanent. Thus, we are looking for the essence of...
Remixing OSM maps using recurrent neural networks
Sedlák, Filip ; Kratochvíl, Miroslav (advisor) ; Kruliš, Martin (referee)
Generation of random realistic maps is a highly desirable content creation method for entertainment industry. Neural networks provide powerful com- putational capabilities proven useful in many fields. This thesis describes an algorithm that adapts real-world data to train Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) inspired by the pixel RNNs. An algorithm is constructed to gener- ate a map of altitudes, roads, rivers and buildings. The results are tested and evaluated on multiple selected real-world regions. It shows the ability of RNNs to learn and create random realistic maps. Algorithm generates real- istic altitude maps reflecting user input and training dataset. The creation of roads and rivers was met with weaker results. The creation of buildings was met with unsatisfactory results. 1
Remixing OSM maps using recurrent neural networks
Sedlák, Filip ; Kratochvíl, Miroslav (advisor) ; Kruliš, Martin (referee)
Generation of random realistic maps is a highly desirable content creation method for entertainment industry. Neural networks provide powerful com- putational capabilities proven useful in many fields. This thesis describes an algorithm that adapts real-world data to train Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) inspired by the pixel RNNs. An algorithm is constructed to gener- ate a map of altitudes, roads, rivers and buildings. The results are tested and evaluated on multiple selected real-world regions. It shows the ability of RNNs to learn and create random realistic maps. Algorithm generates real- istic altitude maps reflecting user input and training dataset. The creation of roads and rivers was met with weaker results. The creation of buildings was met with unsatisfactory results. 1
Miroslav Volf's theology of embrace in the context of CHC theology focusing on the question of eschatology leading to Christian engaged life
Sedlák, Filip ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
Miroslav Volf's theology of embrace in the context of CHC theology focusing on the question of eschatology leading to Christian engaged life Filip Sedlák Abstract At the turn of the 19th and 20th century theology has reevaluated its basis so that eschatology regained its position of this basis. The view, which was kept only by the outsiders in the period of the Enlightment, has become a generally accepted one. The intensity of this shift changed in a variety of ways but it cannot certainly be said that it was overcome or replaced by a new wave until now. The importace of the eschatological viewpoint in contemporary theology has affected to a great extent also the theology of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church (CHC). However, the importace of eschatology in the CHC theology does not stem from the mentioned shift only, but has its historical roots in the Czech Reformation from which the subject of eschatology is inseparable, as well as in its understanding eschatology as an impulse to practical action perceived as preparing the ways for the Lord's coming which can eventually turn to the revolutionary dimension. The continuity with the Czech Reformation was declared soon after the foundation of the new church using the slogan: "Completing the Czech religious reformation." It is undoubtedly clear from many...
The principle of freedom of conscience in the Czechoslovak Church in the years 1920-1924
Sedlák, Filip ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Veverková, Kamila (referee)
The principle of freedom of conscience is supporting and typical principle for the Czechoslovak Hussite Church as can be seen already from the age before creation the new Church. We can find the mention in the articles in reform-modernist magazine The right of the nation by Alois Spisar or even in Farský's writing The Czech Church problem, which calls for freedom of conscience. Czechoslovak Church consciously follows the Master John Hus with its conception of freedom of conscience. According to Farský, freedom of conscienceis the only dogma of Czechoslovak Church, right in the sense of Hus. We can talk about following on Hus in case of freedom of conscience in sense of the freedom to full intrinsic binding to the law of God,Christ's law, as it is written by Hus, or to the spirit of Christ as it is used in Czechoslovak Church. The spirit of Christ is a requirement, which God claims to us through Jesus Christ and which is not in the litera of Scripture, it is somehow hidden behind it. While separation from Rome and establishment of Czechoslovak Church, the freedom of conscience was declared in Proclamation to Czechoslovak nation as a fundamental principle of a new Church, specifically in the sense of freedom of religious belief. The struggle for freedom of conscience culminated in the early Church within the...
Surface modification of glass fibers using plasma nanotechnology
Sedlák, Filip ; Knob, Antonín (referee) ; Čech, Vladimír (advisor)
Diploma thesis is aimed at deposition of thin films on glass fibers using plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition from tetravinylsilane as a monomer. Such surface modified glass fibers were used as reinforcements for fabrication of polymer composites with unsaturated polyester resin as a matrix. Chemical and optical properties of prepared thin films were characterized using infared spectroscopy and spectroscopic ellipsometry. An influence of deposited thin films on the shear strength of composite material was observed using short-beam shear test.
System for Monitoring and Supervisory of Sensor Networks
Sedlák, Filip ; Očenášek, Pavel (referee) ; Trchalík, Roman (advisor)
The thesis deals with a network management method using SNMP protocol. In the following it describes principles of the networks based on the ZigBee wireless standard and discusses the possibilities of using SNMP technology for management of this kind of networks. The practical part describes analysis and development of a particular system for management of wireless networks made of ZigBee enabled PICDEM Z development boards. Finally it discuses options and problems of using this type of tool to administer a general network of ZigBee devices.
The reaction of ammonium bisulfate
Sedlák, Filip ; Bartoníčková, Eva (referee) ; Opravil, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis studies reactions of amonium hydrogen sulfate. It studies chemical and physical properties of this not very examined compound. It deals with description of chemical reactions of thist compound. This thesis studies selected chemical reactions and describes its products. Object of this thesis is to find such reaction of ammonium hydrogensulfate that leads to stable product which would not leak ammonia in alkaline environment based on real experiments. Presence of ammonium hydrogen sulfate in solid residues of coal combustion is a result of inauguration denitrification technologies. A great percentage of fly ashes is used today in buildin industry for production of concrete. Fly ash containing ammonium hydrogen sulfate is unusable for this application, that is why searching for new solution to this incurred situation is needed.

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