Erika Juríková

Erika Juríková
University of Trnava · Department of Classical Languages

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Reflections on the Origin of Life, by Andreas Jaszlinsky, represents a remarkable symbiosis of the empirical knowledge of the period and the rational education provided to Jesuits in the mid-18 th century. In this study we attempt to offer a context for the consideration of ovism and preformationism, primarily based on Aristotle and the scientific...
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The paper deals with the reconstruction of climatic and hydrological aspects of the flash flood in Sobotište in 1678 in terms of historical geography. The weather conditions and consequences (especially damage) caused by this natural disaster were outlined by M. Bel in paragraph IX. CHVOYNITZE (slov. Chvojnica), § V. Natural History of the General...
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Over the last two decades, there has been more comprehensive and focused research on old prints produced by the historical Jesuit Trnava University. It existed in Trnava between 1635 and 1777, when it was moved to Buda (today's Budapest, Hungary) by the monarch Maria Theresa. Thus the university influenced the educational level of the Hungarian pop...
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The masterwork The Rule of Perfection by Benedict of Canfield (1562 – 1611), a Capuchin friar, is one of the peaks of Western Christian mysticism. Subtitled as “A Brief and Perspicuous Abridgement of All the whole Spiritual Life,” it fulfils the qualities of discourse required by the Renaissance dialectic: it is clear, direct, open, and concise. An...
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Text nadväzuje na štúdiu uverejnenú v Historicko-pedagogickom fóre v roku 2017. Zameriava sa na vybrané otázky ošetrovateľskej školy Milosrdných sestier Svätého kríža v tridsiatych rokoch 20. storočia, čiže počas prvých desiatich rokov existencie školy. Autorky problémy vsadili do kontextu dejín ošetrovateľského vzdelávania v Československu v obdob...
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Štúdia sa zameriava na začiatky ošetrovateľského vzdelávania na Slovensku, ktoré sú spojené s Kongregáciou milosrdných sestier sv. Kríža. Prvá slovenská dvojročná ošetrovateľská škola vznikla v roku 1929 v Bratislave a vyučovať sa v nej začalo v školskom roku 1931/32. Výraznou osobnosťou od začiatku stojacou na jej čele sa stala Jozefína Fides Derm...
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Cistercian monk Aelred of Rievaulx (1110-1167) stands out among the significant representatives of spiritual life in the 12th century. As the son of a Catholic priest, he received an excellent education in the court of king David of Scotland, for whom he worked also in diplomatic services. In 1143, Aelred left the secular life to become a Cistercia...
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The major work of the prominent English Recusant Benedict of Canfield, also known as Benet of Canfield, or Benoît de Canfeld (1562 – 1610), a member of the Parisian Capuchin province, “Regula perfec-tionis” is the masterpiece of seventeenth-century mystical spirituality. It had circulated in manuscript since 1592 and served as a manual of two or th...
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On 11 September 1626, Péter Pázmány, archbishop of Esztergom, donated 50 thousand ducats to build a Jesuit college in Pressburg (Bratislava). On 12 June 1631, the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Mutio Vitelleschi, acknowledged the acceptance of the donation of 50 thousand ducats from the archbishop of Esztergom and confirmed that it was u...
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The article looks at Novi ecclesiastico-scholastici Annales (…), a periodical which is a significant resource in book culture research. The authors focus mainly on book distribution and propagation in Protestant communities during the last decade of the 18th century.
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The Hungarian polyhistor Matthias Bel (1684-1749) is an outstanding figure of Slovak and Hungarian culture history. He was one of the promoters and organizers of scientific research in Slovakia. During his work he came into contact with the town of Trnava and its inhabitants. The present study offers an analysis of historical and literary texts pro...

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Cieľom projektu je odborný preklad a bilingválne latinsko-slovenské vydanie odborného prekladu prvej a druhej knihy významného renesančného diela Benedikta z Canfieldu (1562 - 1610) „Regula perfectionis“ doprevádzané štúdiou a rozsiahlym poznámkovým aparátom. Ide o dielo, ktoré je jedným z vrcholov západnej kresťanskej mystiky a v 17. storočí bolo veľmi čítané a študované. Ide o dielo plné metafor napísané podľa zásad renesančnej logiky, ktoré bolo v roku 1689 zaradené na Index zakázaných kníh. Dielo sa nachádzalo aj v knižniciach rakúsko-uhorských kapucínskych kláštorov a na základe výskumu v Národnej knižnici v Martine sa zdá, že jeho exemplár sa nachádzal aj v historickej knižnici bratislavského kláštora (1676). Vydanie jeho slovenského prekladu bude príspevkom k sprístupneniu a poznaniu renesančnej a barokovej kultúry.