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Environmental starting points of the philosophy of hope
Malá, Adéla ; Semrádová, Ilona (advisor) ; Slaninka, Michal (referee) ; Strnad, Pavel (referee)
The text explains the phenomenon of hope from a phenomenological point of view, i tis an explanation of hope and its understanding in the context of human live. We know hope from a Christian perspective, such as salvation salvation, forgiveness, hope for eternal life. In the postmodern age, human existence has changed and hope needs to be thought through in new contexts. The question arises as to what is really hope. Althought it does not seem important, understanding hope and distinguising it is a condition of well-being of the individual and society. Hope must not be an illusion or a mere daily hope of fulfilling our wishes. Hope is above all action, it is not surrender and resignation. True, transcendent hope is born in deep crisis, pain, abandonment, it comes to us in patience, in the act of acceptance, reconciliation. Hope is an awareness of the future in spite of reality. Hope is perseverance, humility and mystery. Hope is joy, it is a force that comes to us from an unidentifiable place, but it spreads everywhere. Hope also relates to the existence of the whole world, to the responsibility for maintaining the conditions of life on Earth, to the dignified and fully lived life of individuals. Hope as a practical consequence in upbringing and education. The phenomenon of hope is analyzed here...
Man Lives Ethically
Hlavinka, Filip ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee) ; Slaninka, Michal (referee)
The dissertation represents a philosophical contribution to ethics and ethical education. Its intention is to present ethics not only as a doctrine of the values and rules of human coexistence, but above all as an essential questioning that brings one to spiritual depth as a true philosophy. It does not approach to the topic by analyzing the work of one or a few relevant authors, but it is guided by the topic itself and the context in which ethics appears. The inspiration here is Heidegger's understanding of the world as the so-called Foursome, in which man, as Mortal, relates to the Earth, the Heavens, and the Divine. As Heidegger explains that man relates poetry to the depths of the world, this dissertation attempts to explain that ethical relation to the world is also something essential for man. The ethical dimension of human action and decision-making, which comes from human freedom, is presented here on diferent levels as morality and ethos. While morality is largely based on the social setting and can be described as a certain conformity, the ethos represents a deep personal authentic search for Good. It is an act in accordance with the conscience, which is oriented according to the Good. Good is presented as an idea in the Platonic sense, as a whole without border, as Divine. This Good...
On the Paths (t)o(f) SpeechTo Foundations of Psychotherapeutic Care in the Perspectives of Daseinsanalysis
Králíčková, Tereza ; Pauza, Miroslav (advisor) ; Kalábová, Helena (referee) ; Slaninka, Michal (referee)
Submitted thesis On the Paths (t)o(f) Speech with subtitle To Foundations of Psychotherapeutic Care in the Perspectives of Daseinsanalysis deals with the phenomenon of speech as pivotal and obvious precondition, which supports the psychotherapeutic care. It is based on the general definition of psychotherapy as treatment of mental health problems using speech (words, conversation) and from the identification of a human as zoon logon echon. Because of that the exploration of speech is also the path of self-exploration. By following the legacy of words of other authors, etymological and historical interpretation of the selected terms (psyche, mythos, logos etc.) and own reflected experience, the text brings its reader to preview why the speech is the essential constitutive moment of his multilayered humanity. The view emphasizes the unity of human nature as a whole, which is, in its possibilities, opened to explore and experience of the world and yourself in both its obvious and hidden levels. Based on dichotomy of obvious and hidden foundations the submitted thesis expands the concept of speech as pure human talking and sharing to the problematic of the meaningful manifestation of the world, which is presented as a kind of dialog (the act of addressing and responding). By advancing on the path and...
Psychotherapy as education for authenticity. The Life-world as a psychotherapeutic problem
Slaninka, Michal ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Semrádová, Ilona (referee) ; Růžička, Jiří (referee)
Our dissertation thesis Psychotherapy as education for authenticity - Life-world as a psychotherapeutic problem deals with ontological foundations of psychotherapy. We present the change of understanding of a man and the world from antiquity to now. Psychotherapy as a new discipline is based on subject - object understanding and tries to understand human being from this perspective which changes into internal conflict. We consider that psychotherapy and psychology aren't aware of their ontological foundations. The core of this work is based on principles of Husserl's phenomenology and Heidegger's fundamental ontology as conditions of natural psychotherapy. They both bring appropriate understanding of human being. Therefore we consider basic principles of natural psychotherapy. Keywords: Life - World, psychotherapy, authenticity, ontology, education, time

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