Theology and Philosophy of Education 2024-06-25T17:43:29+02:00 Publisher: Czech Christian Academy, Pedagogical Section (Česká křesťanská akademie, Pedagogická sekce) Open Journal Systems <p><em>Theology and Philosophy of Education</em> (TAPE) is an open-access journal (OA) for perspectives in the theology of education and philosophy of education. All articles are double-blind peer-reviewed by two reviewers. Reviewers are independent of the authors, i.e., not affiliated with the same institution. A minimum of one of the reviewers is external (i.e., not a member of the editorial board). All editors and reviewers of TAPE respect COPE guidelines for the best publication ethics practice. TAPE applies the platinum/diamond OA publishing model, which means that we publish without charging authors article processing charges: APC = 0, submission charge: 0. The journal is published on a semi-annual basis. We apply the <em>Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</em> (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). The authors hold the copyright without restrictions.</p> <p>ISSN 2788-1180</p> Hope in Education as Hope in Love 2024-06-11T14:30:44+02:00 Zuzana Svobodová <p>Theology and Philosophy of Education is a journal dedicated to education. However, in what respect does it deal with education? What is the situation of current education? What is the main role of the school today? All articles from the first issue of the third volume of the journal Theology and Philosophy of Education are presented.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Zuzana Svobodová Autonomous Learning in Religious Education in Slovakia 2024-04-29T00:35:05+02:00 Jana Kucharová <p>The article deals with the issue of autonomous learning in the context of religious education. It offers a definition of autonomous learning and its characteristics. Autonomous learning is subsequently included in the context of religious education. The implementation of autonomous learning in the teaching of religious education is carried out based on the competency model of religious education, which is part of the prepared curriculum for this subject in Slovakia. The paper justifies using autonomous learning in religious education regarding this teaching model and presents autonomous learning as one of the possible forms of acquiring religious knowledge and developing religious competences and connecting them with other subjects and with everyday life.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Jana Kucharová Religious Freedom in Indonesia: Worldview of Bhinneka Tunggal Ika for Multicultural Education 2024-01-16T09:16:00+01:00 Yusak Tanasyah Bobby Kurnia Putrawan Ester Agustini Tandana <p>This study looks into issues facing Indonesian multicultural education and offers solutions based on the worldview of <em>Bhinneka Tunggal Ika</em>. The study tries to clarify how <em>Bhinneka Tunggal Ika</em>’s worldview applies to the nation’s rich history, numerous tribes, nations, races, worldviews, including customs. The worldview is deeply established in the historical background of the Majapahit Kingdom and deeply embedded in Indonesia’s identity as the world’s largest Muslim nation; it can serve as a foundation for promoting religious freedom and building a peaceful, multicultural society for multicultural education.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Yusak Tanasyah, Bobby Kurnia Putrawan, Ester Agustini Tandana Deep Callings: The Will of the Heart 2024-04-21T21:36:13+02:00 Adhip Rawal <p>Is something calling us? Maybe the heart knows something we love, but the head is not aware of or does not believe in it. In cultures driven by patriarchal modes more remains unconscious than needs to because we lack the means to contact deeper dimensions which could be inherently alive. The narrowing of epistemology is a loss of self. Considering whether the heart has qualities of self, dream, and desire may provide a framework to recognise it in an embodied education and to liberate ways of knowing that can deepen subjectivities and enable potentials that were interrupted to begin ripening again. It may also encourage us to consider our relational agreements and to create educational spaces that refine attention to the hosting of futures. Setting up mirrors to make the heart more cognisable may revive individualities and what is meant to be in the world.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Adhip Rawal Shaming as a Key Factor in the Process of Personality Disintegration 2024-04-08T11:22:46+02:00 David Krámský Petr Nesvadba Tomáš Římský <p>The text interprets shame as a fundamental way of social-moral experience of the world. This moral emotion is then crucial for self-awareness and the constitution of relationships with others. It is in this specific bodily experience of Self and relation to others that the ambiguity of the depersonalised Self opens up.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 doc. PhDr. David Krámský, Ph.D., PhDr. Petr Nesvadba, CSc., Mgr. Bc. Tomáš Římský Learning from Negativity of Experience in School Moral Education 2023-11-01T22:09:09+01:00 Dariusz Stepkowski <p>The paper attempts to answer the questions of what learning from negativity of experience perspective is and if it could become the right way of teaching and learning morality at school. It consists of three sections. The first one explains the fundamental distinction between negative moral experiences and negativity of moral experience. In the second section, the author’s attention focuses on the possibility of didactic application of teaching and learning from negativity of experience. The last section contains J. F. Herbart’s concept of educative guidance as a permanently valid theoretical framework for contemporary moral education at school.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Dariusz Stepkowski Crossroads of Leadership, Ethics, Higher Education, and Worldviews 2023-12-12T15:31:31+01:00 Bert Meeuwsen <p>Strategic leadership deals with, for example, ethical dilemmas. The article addresses differing worldviews in relation to decolonising the curriculum, and how to assist cross-cultural professionals’ behavioural learning. Within pedagogics, critical thinking, based on normative rationales, allowing educational interventions, or concepts, other than empirically proven only is revealed. The common denominator of worldviews appears to be virtues. Descriptions of virtues need translation to touch on professionals. A practical intervention is introduced.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Bert Meeuwsen Crisis in the Life of Professionals in Pastoral Ministry 2024-04-30T16:45:26+02:00 Jana Jičínská <p>This article presents the topic of crisis in the context of prevention in pastoral workers. It points to the possibility of coping with crisis and thus offers a theological view of overcoming it. It is based on the theoretical points of view and practical experience of pastoral workers. Selected aspects, types, preventions and therapies of crisis at the psychotherapeutic or spiritual-theological level are presented in this paper.</p> 2024-06-25T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Jana Jičínská