A new outcome of the Primus project “Christianity after Christendom” (PRIMUS/HUM/23) has been published. Martin Kočí published a study with the enigmatic title.
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The editorial board of INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY awarded our researcher Martin Koci with the Essay Prize 2016-2017: THE FATE OF METAPHYSICS.
Dear friends, Reaching the beginning of the new academic year, I am very happy to address you through this new communication channel of the Centre of Theology, Philosophy and Media Theory: a Newsletter. You have probably noticed that the word ‘new’ occurs in the previous sentence many times. This is because our Centre is still
Martin Kočí, the coordinator and researcher of the cTPM, has just published his article in Modern Theology. It focuses on the theological reflection of Jan Patočka’s thought concerning the theme of sacrifice. The author thus presents an original view, which is open for further theological elaboration.
The member of the cTPM Tim Noble has just published a new article in a theological journal Ökumenische Rundschau. The paper is called Church and Civil Society/Theology and Civil Religion, and it deals with the theme in relation to peculiar conditions of Czech society, in which Churches suffered under communism, and till today they are generally regarded with
Three cTPM members have recently published their articles in a theological journal Acta Universitatis Carolinae Theologica. Tim Noble and Ivana Noble focus on the theme of hospitality with regard to Emmanuel Levinas and Jacques Derrida. Gábor Ambrus suggests a possible approach to the topic of media from theological perspective. Dealing with the work of C. S.
What is Theology? In his contribution to the “Festschrift” published on the occasion of prof. Ivana Noble’s anniversary, František Štěch asks a basic fundamental theological question. What is theology? What is it’s nature and identity? Such question is always worth asking since theology is not a static set of self-proved prepositions but a dynamic process and
In his new article, František Štěch, drives attention of Czech theologians to the concept of Comparative Theology exemplified by the work of Francis X. Clooney S.J. As a result of legitimate theological pluralism, comparative theology calls for intensive interdenominational as well as interreligious encounters. Such encounters represent a particular theological discourse worth to be reflected in
New article just out! Are you interested in who are youth from theological perspective? Our centre’s member František Štěch is scouting the possibilities of encounter between fundamental and practical theology. He argues for a close cooperation between fundamental, systematic and practical theology. Theology shall reflect a holistic perspective instead of being a discipline fragmented to
Belonging to Christ and Belonging to the Church: the Story of Every Christian. An ecclesiological Reflection on the Sacrament of Baptism
P. Brož, Belonging to Christ and Belonging to the Church: the Story of Every Christian. An ecclesiological Reflection on the Sacrament of Baptism,Acta Universitatis Carolinae Theologica 4(2) 2014, 297-322.