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Emanuel Rádl and Religion
Píša, Josef ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
Diploma thesis "Emanuel Rádl and Religion" deals with Radl's philosophy of religion. Author tries to explain basic ideas of Radl's philosophy. He describe Radl's thoughts in motion. Author tries to defend it's recency for nowadays science and philosophy. The main topic of the thesis is Rádl's thoughts on Christianity and his refusal of oriental religions 'and phiIosophies. Rádl described dangerous tendencies in European thinking at the beginning of Twentieth Century. He predicted rise of racism and communism in his books. Author tried to describe influences on Radl's thougts from T. G. Masaryk, J. L. Hromadka and Friedrich Nietzsche. Author also shows consequences of Radl's philosophy to Jan Patocka works on purpose of Czech history.
The qualification and skills of pastoral care providers in Prague diocese of Czechoslovak Hussite Church
Velíšková, Hana ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Kolář, Pavel (referee)
The author of this work has reacted on a current situation of personal and qualification matters of employees of Prague diocese of Czechoslovak Hussite Church.
The Question of History and Time in Modern Theology
Volráb, Vladimír ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Kučera, Zdeněk (referee)
The diploma thesis "The Question of History and Time in Modern Theology" aims to introduce the basic forms of thinking about history and time in modern theology. First of all, the work focuses on the initial forms of history and time outside of theology. Results are compared with a basic understanding of the same in Christianity. This is followed by a study of five selected theologians of the 20th century, who were interested in the problem of history and time. The study also reflects reactions to their scholar's conclusions too.
Infinity in the Thought of Emmanuel Lévinas
Vik, Dalibor ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee)
The master's thesis deals with the concept of infinity in the thought of the French thinker Emmanuel Lévinas. The formal exposition follows this concept as a core of Lévinas's philosophy (3.1) and it aims to explain it in the terms of juxtaposing metaphysics as ontology (3.2) and metaphysics as ethics (3.3). The main objective of the phenomenal analysis is to "translate" this concept into particular "anthropological" categories and to pursue the manners, in which it structures the interior life of the subjectivity (4.1), its existence within the world (4.2) and how does it transfigure its relation to its neighbor, to its own death, and to love, which leads to fertility (4.3). Secondarily, the work focuses on the context of Lévinas's thought and explores its relation to Husserl's and Heidegger's phenomenology (2.2), thinkings of Martin Buber and Franz Rosenzweig (2.3) and the pioneer of subjective philosophy René Descartes (2.4).
In articulo mortis (existencialist ethics in relation to temporal horizon)
Děkanovský, Petr ; Ventura, Václav (advisor) ; Vogel, Jiří (referee)
Writer in his work deals with the question for unity of death and being, which is notable, connected in temporality and the experience of human life.

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1 Vogel, J.
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