«Prudens Faber Fortunae» в трактате Яна Амоса Коменского «Кузнец своего счастья» и «христианский герой» в педагогических сочинениях Дж. Вико
This article deals with the theories of the civil education, carried out by two prominent early modern pedagogical scholars – Jan Amos Komenský and Giambattista Vico. The author states that, whereas according to Komenský the civil prudence consists in the so-called “emendation of cases” and is considered in terms of the Christian-Stoic ascetics, in Vico the civil paideia primarily concerns the prereflective virtue and relies on topics and rhetoric.
Being a representative of the integrationist approach to the problem of discrimination in the USA, Martin Luther King, Jr. made a number of powerful speeches in front of the African American audience. In them he often alluded to the Bible and Christianity in general as there he found numerous examples of humility and atonement. So this was what M.L.King urged Americans to.
The article is devoted to the book by Theodor Vieweg "Tpoics and law", which is practically unknown in Russia, while it gave rise to a new approach to studies of contemporary law and practice in the light of the ancient theory of rhetoric and its doctrine of "commonplaces" (topics).
This book brings together academics and practitioners from a range of disciplines from more than twenty countries to reflect on the growing importance of transparency, power and control in our international community and how these concerns and ideas have been examined, used and interpreted in a range of national and international contexts. Contributors explore these issues from a range of overlapping concerns and perspectives, such as semiotic, sociolinguistic, psychological, philosophical, and visual in diverse socio-political, administrative, institutional, as well as legal contexts.
The collection examines the ways in which 'actors' in our society - legislators, politicians, activists, and artists - have provoked public discourses to confront these issues.
The article deals with articulations of philosophical and literary dimensions in Plato. He was very early defined as the paragon of both philosopher and writer, and praised and criticized by both philosophers and philologists. A long philosophical tradition blamed him for excessive artistry and beauty. But it is obvious that we owe the perfect state of manuscripts of dialogues, as well as their vitality and viability, to their literary qualities.
The book is a study of the academic public presentation and its prosodic aspect.
This article is about an episode of dispute between jansenits and jesuits in seventeenth century France related to the rhetoric and ethic in christian polemic. The question was if it is possible to use raillery while debating theological matters. The analysis of one of the textes written by influent jansenits theologian, Antoine Arnauld, shows that he allows jokes and railleris in the polemic if only three conditions are respected. First of all, the raillery must be based on true facts. The use of satirical devices must also be justified by the situation. Finally, the polemists who uses raillery and satire as a part of his argumentation shoul sincerely wish the correction and salvation of his opponent.