ISSN 1214-8725Číslo/Ročník/Rok: 3–4/VI/2009 - Autumn 2009
Autor: Zuzana Svobodová, Mikuláš Horský, Pavel Žďárský
Problém tělesnosti a intersubjektivity u Merleau-Pontyho a jejich význam pro porozumění fenoménu výchovy (Článek)
Autor: Naděžda Pelcová
Abstract: The Problem of Corporeality and Intersubjectivity of Merleau-Ponty and their Importance for Understanding the Phenomenon of Education. (Article) – The aim of the essay is to show the possibilities of phenomenological analysis of education based on the body experience, which according to Me ...
Autor: Anna Hogenová
Abstract: Since a Dialogue We Have Been! (Article) – Phenomenological analysis of speech shows a misinterpretation of Greek term alétheia as something uncovered instead of original meaning of not to be hidden. It is the speech itself, which is responsible for hiding and keeping things not coming int ...
Autor: Mikuláš Horský
Abstract: Again to the Idea of the Good in Platonic-Aristotelian Philosophy. (Article) – The article deals with interpretation of the most important concepts in western philosophy, the concepts of Good and Truth. The key contributions to this problem belong to Plato and Aristotle. However their appr ...
Autor: Jana Dlouhá
Abstract: Reflections on Human Purpose. Dedicated to the Philosophical and Life Teacher for Many. (Article) – The article is based on the thesis that environment which is naturally inhospitable then colonized by living beings – their role is to overcome this hostility and thus (through instinctive a ...
Autor: Irena Vaňková
Abstract: Words Without Bottom Filled to the Top. (Article) – In this article, the author thinks about the ability of self-transcendency of speech. She points out the four fenomena connected with this ability (which is the ability of human being in the same time): contextuality, disposition to dialo ...
Autor: Zuzana Svobodová
Abstract: Life as Liturgy. (Article) – The article presents reflections over a human’s situation – as one of substantial dependence – and examines ways of accessing this dependence. Author explores the meaning of the expressions overt and covert soul (cf. Jan Patočka), goes on to search for the soul ...
Autor: Lenka Krámská, David Krámský
Abstract: Philosophy and Humanities. (Article) – The contribution is focused of the presumptions of relation between philosophy and humanities. By means of interpretation selected autors (Husserl, Lévinas, Derrida) finds these assumptions in the critical and responsibile thought.
Autor: David Rybák
Abstract: The Education as Erotic Becoming of Self in the Work of Jaroslava Pešková. (Article) – In this text we want to show the concept of education in view of Jaroslava Pešková’s thinking of the structure of human being, which not only is in various relations, but also has the relationship to all ...
Autor: Jana Šturzová
Abstract: Theme of Meaning in Education. (Article) – The specification of the term “meaning in education” is connected to the contemporary determinate approach of values. The determination of the education aims requires the permanent reflexion of the contemporary values. The formation of values is d ...
Autor: Michal Slaninka
Abstract: A Teacher as an Authority, an Authority as a Teacher. (Article) – According to Heidegger and Patočka, article deals with problems of authority in education and in general. The differences between authority and authoritativeness. The role of the dialogue between teacher and his students.
Autor: Taťána Göbelová
Abstract: Non-indifference Stories in Old and New Testament. (Article) – The paper presents non-indifference as an important part of moral quality. This has been described on example of three Bible Stories showing in the same time non-indifference as a principle of Christianity.
Autor: Jakub Hajíček, Kateřina Marková, Miriam Prokešová, Tereza Králíčková
Abstract: For Radim Palouš. (Congratulations) – On 6th of November Professor Radim Palouš celebrated his 85th birthday. These four gratulatory texts are included at the end of the special double issue of e-journal PAIDEIA.
PAIDEIA: Index of Articles, Volume VI/2009.