Title: Jazyky – Komenského „brány moudrosti“
Authors: Kumpera, Jan
Citation: Bohemiae occidentalis historica: odborný časopis pro české dějiny s důrazem na západní Čechy a s přesahy do příhraničních regionů, zvláště do Bavorska. 2016, roč. 2, č. 2.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: viaCentrum
Document type: článek
URI: http://fpe.zcu.cz/khi/periodika.html
ISSN: 2336-7547
Keywords: Jan Ámos Komenský;metody výuky jazyků;učebnice latiny;univerzální jazyk panglottia
Keywords in different language: Jan Ámos Komenský;language teaching methods;Latin textbooks;universal language panglottia
Abstract in different language: Since the beginnings of his reform endeavours Comenius had showed an extraordinary interest in language teaching which he appreciated not only as a means of better communication but also as an instrument of human emendation. Although he had tried to improve teaching Latin and national languages as well, he finally came to conclusion (long before Esperanto) that development of science and knowledge would demand a creation of artificial language, named by him panglottia, lingua catholica or lingua universalis. Comenius recognized limits of Latin and recommended to create a new international tongue from best qualities of classical and modern languages as well. Such a new universal language should be rational, exact, harmonius, easy to learn, to make easier communication among European scholars.
Rights: © viaCentrum
Appears in Collections:Číslo 2 (2016)
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