Jan Amos Komensky

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Noun1.Jan Amos Komensky - Czech educational reformer (1592-1670)
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The short, yet characteristic, text revealed that Blahoslav did not only stress the importance of being musically proficient, he also bore in mind that music and its availability were of significance for a broad humanist education, a principle peculiar to the mature Unity of Brethren, which would be given an ingenious programme form by Blahoslav's successor Jan Amos Komensky.
Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius), a remarkable Christian thinker and bishop of a persecuted Protestant church, was active in my homeland in the 17th century.
The questions raised by this critique will guide (3), a historical reflection on certain aspects of seventeenth-century philosophy and theology, represented by Rene Descartes and the Czech philosopher and theologian Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius), the results of which will be used to complete the critique of Heidegger begun in (2).