Systematics Reformatorium Nakladatelství
Prague Manhattan Reviewer
- Sciences and cultural arts may flourish only in bright ages of renascence and enlightenment and they regularly break down in dark ages of aggressive imperial wars, religious fundamentalism and dogmatic neoscholasticism.
- The regress of social research and their lagging behind natural
sciences is due to their abuse by perpetual epidemics of irrational
thought and dark ages of human civilisation addicted to acquisitive
plundering. When they ceased to be abused by medieval scholastics and
stopped assisting theology as its humble maid-servant
they began to assist a reformed political inquisition as an ancilla ideologiae.
- The European civilisation has repudiated
but has not outwitted
the economic lawfulness that procreates them repeatedly again and again. In Christian Europe church dogmatics was replaced by idealist cathedral metaphysics, which has functioned as a pefect makeshift for lapsed conservative theology since
the times of romanticism and German classic philosophy. Instead of clergymen in sacerdotal cassocks there appeared confessors of a new Nietzscheist religion preaching irrationality without the bible, church and gods.
- The chief
obstacle of scientific cognition in humanities is dogmatic integralism that regards modern religions, races, nations and languages as integral wholes. It refuses to realise that their genetic affliliation has undergone assimilative processes of amalgamation that turned them into hybrid unities. Genetic structuralism neglects recent synchronic structures as
hybrid mixtures and excavates their origins from pure Palaeolithic prototypes.
- Most common scientific terms denote hybrid and heterogeneous entities and have to be revalidated by subtle analytic decomposition. Unless they are broken into elementary atoms, they will remain worthless indissoluble substances like clay, mud and dirt in medieval alchemy. They will fit the pigeon holes of Darwinian and Mendeleevian systematics only after they are distilled into pure elements.
- The lure
of integralist orthodoxy owes its rise to a revival of expansionism and globalism. Catholic integralism periodically
lapses into frenzy of racism, nationalism and fundamentalism whenever it is summoned to Christianise barbarians and it feels
the itching of overmastering countries of inferior nationalities. A new motivation of nationalism emerged in causes
of privatising state-owned realties when nouveaux riches needed to justify their
propriental claims against foreigners.
- In modern times religious fundamentalism seems to rage only in islamistic theocracies but in fact it equally operates in a covert form also in civilised secular countries.
- Since humanities did not
manage to constitute as sciences during the 19th century positivist
scientific revolution, they fell victims to the lures of the 20th century modern and postmodern
fundamentalism. As a result, they resigned and resorted to the boom of
pseudo-scientific irrationalism and intuitive essay-writing.
They fall into savage bigotry because they do not understand economic
and social forces and assign their driving role to supernatural divine,
heroic, personal, human or animate spiritual forces.
Ad reformandum universitatem
(Towards a Reform of University Studies)
The Post-Modern Crisis of Humanities
Historical Perspectives of English Studies in Czech Humanities
přístupy, linie a tradice (kniní publikace)
Postmoderní krize humanitních věd.pdf
Filosofické základy metodologie moderních humanitních
Ozdravné kroky k zotavení kolství
Teoretické základy politických věd
Rukově soustavné politologie
The classification of systematic and applied sciences
The axiomatics of space in
microsciences and macrosciences
The sociopathology of mental disorders
The classification of cultural ideologies
and literary trends
The opposition of science and occult pseudo-sciences
Axiomatizace teoretického prostoru vědních oborů
Protiklad teoretických a aplikovaných věd
Axiomatizace teoretického prostoru v makrovědách a mikrovědách
Deskriptivní, normativní a evoluční materialismus
Chronological maps and time-tables
Periodic trends in
ancient Greek culture, philosophy and literature
The wave periodicity of Bright and
Chronologické mapy dějinného vývoje
Věda vs. fundamentalismus ve
Věda vs. moderní
Ideometrické tabulky vývoje českých literárních a lingvistických