History of Logic and Methodology of Sciences in Slovakia in the Years 1918 – 1970. An Outline

Viceník, Jozef

The paper deals with the process of establishment and professionalization of logic and methodology of sciences in Slovakia after 1918. The study is divided into three periods that represent major milestones in the development of logic and methodology of sciences in Slovakia. The first period (1918 -1948) is characterised by the development of logic and methodology of sciences, especially after the start of logic teaching at the Faculty of Arts at the Comenius University. Special attention is paid to the analyses of a paradigmatic change, i.e.

Electrotechnics Education in Slovakia

Sabol, Miroslav

Beginnings of the education in the field of electrotechnics are closely connected with the development of the mining academy in Banská Štiavnica that was founded in 1762. After the Academy had been transformed into the College of Mining and Forestry in the years 1904 and 1905, Department of Physics and Electrotechnics was created. Because of national-political reasons, higher technical schools in Slovakia were abolished after the creation of Czechoslovak republic in 1918. It was only in 1937 that they succeeded in founding the State Technical College in Košice.

Children Soldiers as Presented in Foreign History Course-books

Suchoński, Adam

Despite the two great wars in the 20th century the world is still harassed by many war conflicts, mainly of regional character. In these conflicts, children soldiers are often involved. Owing to this fact we should attempt to answer a question whether this issue is given due emphasis in history course-books and how the issue is presented.

Educational Awareness and Educating the Socially Disadvantaged During the Great Depression

Orosová, Martina

Educational activities were an important part of the cultural policy of the First Czechoslovak Republic. They were carried out within the scope of four laws aimed at organizing civic education courses, establishing public municipal libraries, setting up municipal chronicles and civilian military education. These activities existed under the authority of the Ministry of Education and National Edification in Prague, which delegated some of their competences to the Department of the Ministry of Education and National Edification in Bratislava.

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