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Legal Consciousness
Beran, Filip ; Maršálek, Pavel (referee)
Diploma thesis aims to present different conceptions of legal consciousness, to highlight their historical and socio-cultural contexts and to outline their possible progress in selected directions. First chapter presents several textbook definitions of legal consciousness, including a comparison of "European" and "American" conceptions. Chapter 2 introduces and compares other expressions usually used in connection with legal consciousness - sometimes as synonyms, sometimes emphasizing some of its components or specific author's approach. Chapter 3 then accentuates historical dimension of legal consciousness, with examples of its ideological conceptions "with attributes" (socialist, revolutionary, popular legal consciousness). These three chapters constitute descriptive, overviewing part; possible synthesis is then concluded in Chapter 4. At first, it identifies three "inner" dimensions which arise from presented conceptual field and which need to be clarified if we want to talk about legal consciousness with sufficient precision: which component we focus on, which part of law and whose legal consciousness are concerned. After that we distinguish three kinds of discourse, that is, how the legal consciousness is talked about: lawyers, sociologists and educators or "users of law" approach it with different...
Legal Consciousness
Beran, Filip ; Maršálek, Pavel (referee)
Diploma thesis aims to present different conceptions of legal consciousness, to highlight their historical and socio-cultural contexts and to outline their possible progress in selected directions. First chapter presents several textbook definitions of legal consciousness, including a comparison of "European" and "American" conceptions. Chapter 2 introduces and compares other expressions usually used in connection with legal consciousness - sometimes as synonyms, sometimes emphasizing some of its components or specific author's approach. Chapter 3 then accentuates historical dimension of legal consciousness, with examples of its ideological conceptions "with attributes" (socialist, revolutionary, popular legal consciousness). These three chapters constitute descriptive, overviewing part; possible synthesis is then concluded in Chapter 4. At first, it identifies three "inner" dimensions which arise from presented conceptual field and which need to be clarified if we want to talk about legal consciousness with sufficient precision: which component we focus on, which part of law and whose legal consciousness are concerned. After that we distinguish three kinds of discourse, that is, how the legal consciousness is talked about: lawyers, sociologists and educators or "users of law" approach it with different...
Legal Consciousness
Beran, Filip ; Urban, Michal (advisor) ; Havel, Tomáš (referee)
Diploma thesis aims to present different conceptions of legal consciousness, to highlight their historical and socio-cultural contexts and to outline their possible progress in selected directions. First chapter presents several textbook definitions of legal consciousness, including a comparison of "European" and "American" conceptions. Chapter 2 introduces and compares other expressions usually used in connection with legal consciousness - sometimes as synonyms, sometimes emphasizing some of its components or specific author's approach. Chapter 3 then accentuates historical dimension of legal consciousness, with examples of its ideological conceptions "with attributes" (socialist, revolutionary, popular legal consciousness). These three chapters constitute descriptive, overviewing part; possible synthesis is then concluded in Chapter 4. At first, it identifies three "inner" dimensions which arise from presented conceptual field and which need to be clarified if we want to talk about legal consciousness with sufficient precision: which component we focus on, which part of law and whose legal consciousness are concerned. After that we distinguish three kinds of discourse, that is, how the legal consciousness is talked about: lawyers, sociologists and educators or "users of law" approach it with different...
Structural Mathematics in High School
Beran, Filip ; Kvasz, Ladislav (advisor) ; Boček, Leo (referee)
What exactly can we understand by "structural mathematics"? Mathematical structures was a concept which dominated images of mathematics of the twentieth century. It was followed by an effort to transpose the work of Nicolas Bourbaki and his contemporaries into high school education. Progress and results of so-called "modernization of school mathematics" were often received with criticism and hesitation. Using didactical-mathematical concepts of constructivism, languages of mathematics and their various representations and instrumental realism we analyze the principal reasons of that failure. Concurrently we show how it is possible to revive its teaching by broader conception of "structuring" in mathematics. So from mathematical structures we gradually pass to structural mathematics.
Minimal surfaces and their applications
Beran, Filip ; Šír, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Slavík, Antonín (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to explain basic qualities of minimal surfaces and to demonstrate some significant examples. The first chapter summarizes clas- sic concepts of differential geometry of curves and surfaces, which are essential for formulation of the surface minimization problem. Solving of this variational problem brings us back to local property of surface, zero mean curvature. In the rest of the second chapter we reveal which other properties this condition implies; one of the most important is the conformity of the Gauss map. Emphasizing the geometric view, in the third chapter we derive minimal surfaces of revolution and ruled minimal surfaces. Finally we construct isometric deformation of these one parameter surface families, catenoids and helicoids, to show nontrivial case of local isometry which is also typical for minimal surfaces. 1

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1 Beran, František
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