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Early Modern Metaphors of Knowledge

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3 June at 5pm
online seminar #6

Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to watch a live stream of the 6th meeting of online seminar series.

Thursday, 6 May at 5pm

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Early Modern Metaphors of Knowledge

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27 May at 5pm
online seminar #5

Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to watch a live stream of the 5th meeting of online seminar series.

Thursday, 6 May at 5pm

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Early Modern Metaphors of Knowledge

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20 May at 5pm
online seminar #4

Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to watch a live stream of the 4th meeting of online seminar series.

Thursday, 6 May at 5pm

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Early Modern Metaphors of Knowledge

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13 May at 5pm

online seminar #3


Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History,
Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to watch a live stream of the 3rd meeting of online seminar series.

Thursday, 6 May at 5pm

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Early Modern Metaphors of Knowledge

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6 May at 5pm

online seminar


Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History,
Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to watch a live stream of the second meeting of online seminar series.

Thursday, 6 May at 5pm

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29 April 2021 at 5pm

Live stream of the first of online seminar series organized by the Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History, Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences

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THE WHOLE WORLD READS COMENIUS: ON SATURDAY NIGHT STARTS A 24-HOUR MARATHON WITH 5 CONTINENTS PARTICIPATING

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Continuous online reading from the works of John Amos Comenius called "Reading Comenius Universally", which starts on Saturday night, is an original way of commemorating 350 years since this thinker's death. Academics and enthusiasts promised to support this 24-hour initiative by their reading. Passages from Comenius's philosophical and educational treatises but also personal correspondence will be read in 17 languages, thus accentuating this thinker's world-wide renown.

Stream video will be available at Comenius online Youtube channel.

obr readingYou can find the detailed list of participating persons and time schedule here.

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J. A. K. Komenský v kulturách vzpomínání

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8. 9. 2020 – 21. 10. 2020
Galerie Věda a umění AV ČR
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Národní 3, Praha 1

 

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Dr. Petr Pavlas – The Otto Wichterle Award

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We are pleased to announce that The Otto Wichterle Award for extraordinary scholarly performance was granted to Dr. Petr Pavlas from the Deparment of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History on 23rd June 2020 in Vila Lanna (Prague). More information here.

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Comenius and Pansophia: Search for System, Method and Harmony of All Things

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Call for Papers

 
International conference to commemorate Ioannes Amos Comenius (1592–1670) and the 350th anniversary of his death.


Naarden/Amsterdam
The Netherlands
12–15 November 2020

Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 March 2020

►CFP to download here.

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