Course syllabus MV3305 - World religions and their influence on the legal system (FP - WS 2019/2020)
|Faculty:||Faculty of Law|
|Course unit code:||MV3305|
|Course unit title:||World religions and their influence on the legal system|
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|Recommended semester/trimester:||-- item not defined --|
|Level of study:||2.|
|Prerequisites for registration:||none|
|Learning outcomes of the course unit:|
|Religion or rarely religiosity is the relationship of man to the sacred through which man transcends his experience of external reality. In a narrow sense, religion is a belief in one or more gods.
This relationship is created by the geographical and cultural framework in which it is found. Its diversity is witnessed by countless religious ideas around the world. At present, people's religious ideas are not so much bound by geographical location and tradition because of the simple spread of religious thought around the world.
Religion is mostly not of a static nature, although the dogmatic ideas of some religious movements try to preserve it to some extent. Individual religious systems go through different metamorphoses, from simple, anthropomorphic ideas of polytheistic tribal deities to the notions of God in monotheistic religions, or, in the case of some Eastern religions, even to systems in which the notion of God is completely absent.
|Familiarizing the Students with the basic pillars of the world's largest religions, especially Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism and their influence on the formation of the legal system.|
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|Language of instruction:||Slovak|
|Assessed students in total: 0|
|Name of lecturer(s):||prof. ThDr. Jozef Krajči, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, person responsible for course)|
|Last modification:||19. 11. 2019|
|Supervisor:||prof. ThDr. Jozef Krajči, PhD.|
Last modification made by Mgr. Lenka Sekretárová on 11/19/2019.