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Good in the philosophy of Plato and Aristotle
TOMÁŠKOVÁ, Kateřina
The present thesis deals with the question of goodness in ethical thinking of Plato and Aristotle. The work aims to answer two research questions: How did Plato and Aristotle perceive the essence of goodness in human life? What are we supposed to do in order to accomplish human well-being? The first chapter contains a brief summary of ethical ideas of both philosophers. In the following chapters their concepts of areté, soul and goodness are analysed and compared. The comparison supports the fact that both Plato and Aristotle basically agreed on the essence of human goodness. They consider it the sole criterion of human well-being, both of them connect it with moral values and argue that it can be only achived through life in accordance with the virtues. On the other hand, Plato and Aristotle differ from each other in the way how can be such human goodness and well-being achieved. Aristotle's views based on the ethical issues, however, can not be perceived as totally different from those of Plato, but rather as a further elaboration and supplement of his ideas and opinions.
The Philosophy of Purposeless Time
Hauser, Michael
The article addresses the issue of leisure in the sense of ancient schole. It strives to uncover the relationship between Aristotelian concept of theoretical activity and schole as vacuity. It shows a paradoxical character of schole as purposeless time that forms condition for a meaningful activity. How, then, to restore schole as vacuity today, when colonization of time expands?
Comparison of Plato's and Aristotle's conception of virtue ethics
TISCHLEROVÁ, Monika
This work deals with the comparison of Plato and Aristotle's conception of virtue ethics. The first part describes Plato's view of this area of philosophy. Plato puts his ethics based on the analogy between the municipality and the soul. Plato also operates with good ideas. In the second part, Aristotle view. First, I discuss the objectives of its philosophy, which is good, and then bliss. Then there is the division of the moral virtues and intellectual. Then describe each of Aristotle's virtues. The third main section consists of two subsections, the first of which generally compare both concepts when I find the first differences in the overall approach of both authors. In the second subsection I compare other points of doctrine, especially community, friendship and goodness.
Education for virtues as a legacy of ancient philosophers
BUDÍNOVÁ, Soňa
This work deals with education for virtues in Ancient Greece and Rome and is looking for common elements that can be traced in current educational practice as a reference to this education. It focuses on several important philosophers: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Seneca and Quintilianus. It examines the virtues which were considered to be the most important, how one can reach them and if they can be learned. The final chapter describes how the antique education for virtue influenced the contemporary Czech education, particularly in the General educational programme for basic education and General educational programme for high schools.
Cultural and spiritual crisis of Europe
ARBET, Petr
The basic attribute of the work is remind of cultural and spiritual root of Europe, because it?s time for Europe to realize it?s legacy in a position, where there is a deep cultural, economic and especially spiritual crisis. Europe stands on unique legacy of archaic Greece, Christianity and scientific-technical revolution. The work looks for wide psychological perspective. In the end we are trying to find a way to route the unique human energy.
Aristotle´s conception of friendship in Nicomachean Ethics
TISCHLEROVÁ, Monika
I focus on understanding of friendship by Aristotle in my bachelor work. Plato's conception is included briefly, just as the basis for Aristotle's theory of friendship. The first part of my work, the basic attributes of friends and their distribution are involved. Then is into this ancient concept also included the state, which is actually created by friends. The second part includes a view at the possible solutions to disputes that occur in friendship and more detailed sub-questions addressed the issue of friendship.
THE CONCEPT OF JUSTICE IN PLATO´S REPUBLICA
HUŠEK, Jakub
This essay primary goal is to present Plato?s theory of justice constituted in his the most famous work Politeia. The first chapter deals with a historical background for questions of justice. It works as an introduction to the topic and shows some influental ideas for Plato?s thinking. The second part focuses on Plato?s conception of justice itself by following his gradual definition in the text. The final chapter concerns with some problematic parts of Plato?s theory and draws a comparison between Plato?s and Aristotle?s definition of justice.
Love and Knowledge by Scheler and his Ancestors
PROKOPIUSOVÁ, Veronika
The work is engaged in the relationship of love and knowledge in philosophy, in particular in Platon-Augustinian tradition, where love pushes the knowledge, Partial chapters are devoted to particular authors in history of philosophy, but also in the presence. The whole work is made in spirit of dialogue between philosops, but also as confrontation with Schelers´ book Rule of love.
The Report to Education in Antiquity. Plato and his Conception of education.
STIBOROVÁ, Pavla
The paper deals with the Plato´s conception of education. It is divided into three parts. The first part includes the interpretation of Plato´s life, the survey of his dialogues and the influence of Socrates on the Plato´s life and philosophy. The second part deals with the very conception of education and it includes chapters on the perception of the child in antiquity, on the impact of society of education in Plato´s time. The third part is devoted to reference works of Plato ideas for future pedagogues. This part includes Plato´s supporters and his opponents. The objective of my paper is understanding of the fundamental aspects of the Plato´s life and his educational concept is one of the most important articles in the history of education.

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