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East and West and Cognition
Koláček, Luboš
of rigorous work Mgr. Luboš Koláček, Ph. D. The work is a specific approximation of the European author to the thought of the West with the East, based on the thinkers he selected on both sides. It presents a reflection of ontological, epistemological, ethical and psychological, sociological and other questions and answers to the problem, indicated by the name itself. It is a kaleidoscopic thinking that, by multiplying the contents in the reflections of the others and the others in the third thinkers, intertwines and unfolds into a huge breadth of ideas. In the work, intentionality is contained in the appropriate network of connections, which represents the West as thinking of explicit meanings and the East as thinking of implicit meanings. The point is to present to the reader not only ready-made statements, but the reader is invited by questions to cooperate in uncovering the unconcealed, i.e. aletheia. It is a hermeneutic method that starts from ready-made answers and only then comes to the questions that are at the same time the background from which the answer arose. It is a special dialogical method that does not want to juxtapose ready-made judgments, but requires the reader to go through this challenge as a co-solver of the question that is to come to the difference between the West and the...
East and West and Cognition
Koláček, Luboš ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Rybák, David (referee) ; Kalábová, Helena (referee)
The work is a philosophical and necessarily also historical-philosophical comparative analysis of mutually corresponding accents of the issue spanning the period from the 8th century BC to the present, with regard to the "axial period" of cultural "miracle" similarly prosperous cultures and philosophies in the relatively severed countries of East and West. It then deals in more detail with some important and fundamental philosophers and spiritual teachers, related scholars or artists of various disciplines, but also lesser-known personalities, based on general inputs into the deepest depths of thought of these thinkers, all in a relatively intuitive connection, because the scope of work does not allow for a more detailed continuous interpretation of such a wide range of issues. In the end, the author emphasizes, philosophically analyzes and evaluates the most pressing issues of contemporary society. The work should primarily show the Way, not lead, but it is up to the reader / researcher to decide how to approach the text. There is always "some" Enlightenment at the end.
Buddha and his Teaching
Čechová, Šárka ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The aim of this work is to understand some basic context of the Buddha's teachings and context in which it arises. At the same time we are trying our understanding at least partially shield the concepts and ideas of European tradition through which Buddhism is usually interpreted unproblematically. The problem of uniting traditions remain open and therefore this work does not aim to eliminate these problems, but we are only at grouping. In this work we are trying to draw attention to europocentrism perception of the Buddhist teachings, and based on this fact, at least in part, to interpret the Buddha's thoughts. Keywords Buddhism, Buddha, Eastern religions, Hinduism, India
The Cult and Iconography of Shiva
Halingten, Nami ; Hříbek, Martin (advisor) ; Štipl, Zdeněk (referee)
This thesis aims to be a comprehensive essay on the cult and iconography of one of the most significant religious and mythological symbols of the Hindu tradition. The essay is divided into three main chapters. In the first chapter, the origin of Shiva will be discussed, beginning from the pre-Arian cultures to the present days. The second chapter will describe the various faces and forms of imaging Shiva, his iconic and aniconic shapes, as well as his attributes and their symbolism. The third chapter will become a short overview of the main shaivistic sects. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Indradhanush
Benčíková, Barbora ; Bačíková, Alžběta (referee) ; Šrámek, Jan (advisor)
The artpiece name is "Indrahanush" which is name of fictional character. The piece is made from videos in documentary form with focus on sexuality and love in India, about liberalisation a deliberalisation of sexuality and love, problematics of prostitution and problematic about the women social status in a cotext of social statitification- so called casts.
Concept, forms and function of Mandala in Buddhist tradition.
ŠEDLOVÁ, Nikola
The theses is speaking about concepts, forms, funktions of mandalas in buddhism. The main topic is try to find some inner funkcion of buddhism mandala which can be also part of others cultures. So on the theses is trying to find beggings of mandalas and their first nature use, which we can see in symbolism of circle and vedic rituals. Then the theses continue with a view on the mandala in the west and east sides of world. Te west traditions whith of mandala is more conected with a name of C. G. Jung. On the background of the theses is finding some incommon inner function of mandala as path for spiritual growing.
Buddha and his Teaching
Čechová, Šárka ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The aim of this work is to understand some basic context of the Buddha's teachings and context in which it arises. At the same time we are trying our understanding at least partially shield the concepts and ideas of European tradition through which Buddhism is usually interpreted unproblematically. The problem of uniting traditions remain open and therefore this work does not aim to eliminate these problems, but we are only at grouping. In this work we are trying to draw attention to europocentrism perception of the Buddhist teachings, and based on this fact, at least in part, to interpret the Buddha's thoughts. Keywords Buddhism, Buddha, Eastern religions, Hinduism, India
The Cult and Iconography of Shiva
Halingten, Nami ; Hříbek, Martin (advisor) ; Štipl, Zdeněk (referee)
This thesis aims to be a comprehensive essay on the cult and iconography of one of the most significant religious and mythological symbols of the Hindu tradition. The essay is divided into three main chapters. In the first chapter, the origin of Shiva will be discussed, beginning from the pre-Arian cultures to the present days. The second chapter will describe the various faces and forms of imaging Shiva, his iconic and aniconic shapes, as well as his attributes and their symbolism. The third chapter will become a short overview of the main shaivistic sects. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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