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Office Building ICT Infrastructure Change Plan
Sokol, Jan ; Hrček, Jan (referee) ; Ondrák, Viktor (advisor)
The main goal of this work is to make complete project plan of a computer network for an office building of Markagro, s.r.o. company. The project will contain all information necessary to implement new data infrastructure. Plan of its implementation will contains detailed specification of individual activities and their time allocation
Design of the network at the company´s headquater
Sokol, Jan ; Rožnovský, Lukáš (referee) ; Ondrák, Viktor (advisor)
The main goal of this work is to make complete project of a computer network for Markagro, s.r.o. The project will contain all information, from the cable traces, possible type selections of the cables, connection units, sockets and their count.
Philosophical interpretation of biblical concept of creation in Genesis 1,1-2,3
Hanyš, Milan ; Sokol, Jan (advisor) ; Kružík, Josef (referee)
The thesis deals with the concept of creation in Genesis 1:1-2:4a, which is seen as a fundamental text of the European culture. The first part concludes the exegesis of the key motives of the text in its historical in literary context. The attention is particularly given to the motives that are often exposed and interpretated in European intellectual history (creatio ex nihilo, imago dei, creation by word, goodness of the world). In the second part the attention is confined to philosophical, social and political implications and consequences of the biblical concept of creation. The text is seen as a fundamental point from which springs the European concepts of equality and human rights, positive liberty, inclusive type of monotheism and the autonomy of the world. Two contemporary philosophical conceptualizations of the creation concept (of Jan Sokol and Hans Jonas) are introduced and discussed at the end of the thesis.
The Theism of Charles Hartshorne
Macek, Petr ; Trojan, Jakub (advisor) ; Sokol, Jan (referee) ; Kohák, Erazim (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to introduce the American process philosopher Charles Hartshorne and his philosophical theism and to relate his approach and his thoughts to the debate about the relationship of theology and philosophy. After introducing the basics of the career and work of Alfred North Whitehead, the better known representative of process thought, and then the career and achievements of Hartshorne himself, I proceed to make a survey of the main aspects of his neoclassical philosophical concept of the God-world relation. Special attention is paid to one of Hartshorne's specifics - his defense and interpretation of the ontological argument for the existence of God. I then deal with Hartshorne's attempts to engage some classical theistic concepts, namely that of Thomas Aquinas, and of the luminaries of Protestant theology, Paul Tillich and Karl Barth, into a kind of dialogue. Then I introduce briefly "process theology" and some significant examples of applying Hartshorne's ideas in theology, Christology, and moral theory. I survey some polemical reactions to process thought and to Hartshorne by German Protestant theologians and I consider the possibility of a certain kinship between Hartshorne's view of the God-world relation and the theology of nonviolence. In the conclusion I survey the outcomes of...

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