Extented abstract: The Death of Jan Hus and the Life of the Spirit. Hegelian Reflections on the 600th Anniversary Commemorations in Constance

Monday, 6th of July, 2015, in Constance: The clock was slowly approaching 6pm, when all the bells of the Cathedral of Constance started to ring. It was an ear-deafening sound, though not unpleasant, announcing the start of the ecumenical church service in the memory of Jan Hus, who was burned at the gates of the […]

Research abstract: Jan Hus in the world of Boolean calculus: epistemic dimensions of searching for “the truth” in modern society

The authority of science enjoys highly privileged position in Western societies. The institution of modern science creates general framework into which we deliver our personal motives and motivations, plans and desires, courses of our day-to-day lives. This might be also noticeable when we make sense of historical phenomena. Although we are hardly able to experience […]