Here you will find a digitized image of Hejdánek's original filing cabinet. Its total volume is many thousand tickets. We publish them in parts as we handle them. At the moment we have worked out what prof. Hejdánek himself developed electronically. However, much work remains on paper cards. In addition to Hejdánek's extracts from reading, the filing cabinet also includes his own thought work from recent years, which cannot be found elsewhere.

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Erasmus Rotterdamský (1508)
… Nam que tandem est iniquitas, cum omni uite insti tuto suos lusus concedamus, studiis nullum omnino lusum permittere, maxime si nuge seria ducant, atque ita tractentur ludicra ut ex his aliquanto plus frugis referat lector non omnino naris obese, quam ex quorundam tetricis ac splendidis argumentis? …
(Moriae encomium, staženo www. )
date of origin: listopad 2005

Resistence | Protivenství

Lucius Annaeus Seneca (-5 – +65)
Epistula LXXVIII.
Toto contra ille pugnet animo; vincetur, si cesserit, vincet, si se contra dolorem suum intenderit. Nunc hoc plerique faciunt, adtrahunt in se ruinam, cui obstandum est. Istud quod premit, quod inpendet, quod urget, si subducere te coeperis, sequetur et gravius incumbet; si contra steteris et obniti volueris, repelletur. ...
Let such a man fight against them with all his might: if he once gives way, he will be vanquished; but if he strives against his sufferings, he will conquer. As it is, however, what most men do is to drag down upon their own heads a falling ruin which they ought to try to support. If you begin to withdraw your support from that which thrusts toward you and totters and is ready to plunge, it will follow you and lean more heavily upon you; but if you hold your ground and make up your mind to push against it, it will be forced back. ...
(...., Ad Lucilium Epistulae morales, London 1970, p. 190 / 191.)
date of origin: březen 2014

Dar a obdarovaný

Lucius Annaeus Seneca (60)
Itaque dum incipit esse mentis tuae, interim hoc consilio sapientium utere, ut magis ad rem existimes pertinere, quis, quam quid acceperit.
(6307, Ad Lucilium epistulae morales I, Cambridge Mass. + London1979, LIX, p. 132.)
Therefore, while you are beginning to call your mind your own, meantime apply this maxim of the wise: consider that it is more important who receives a thing, than what it is he receives.
(tamtéž, str. 131, překlad: Richard M. Gummere.)
date of origin: prosinec 2012

Právo - kořeny etymologické

slovníky ()
česky: právo (od „pravé“ strany, podobně spravedlnost, správný, pravda, pravý, pravidlo atd.)
německy: Recht (od „rechte“ Seite, richtig, recht haben, Gerechtigkeit, )
anglicky: right (od right side, to be right, righteousness, též straight, correct, true, just)
francouzsky: droit (od přímý, rovný, též pravý; la droite – pravá strana)
latinsky: ius (též iurisprudentia, iustus, iustitia)
date of origin: březen 2000


Erasmus Rotterdamský (1508)
… Vt enim nihil nugacius quam seria nugatorie tractare, ita nihil festiuius quam ita tractare nugas ut nihil minus quam nugatus fuisse uidearis. De me quidem aliorum erit iudicium; tamet si, nisi plane me fallit philautia, Stulticiam laudauimus, sed non omnino stulte.
(Moriae encomium, staženo www. )
date of origin: listopad 2005