Sobotkovy aforismy na pozadí současné české aforistiky

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2013

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Komisja Slawistyczna PAN, Oddział w Poznaniu, IFS UAM, Wydawnictwo PRO

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The paper discusses the Czech Aphorisms of Jan Sobotka. Czech aphorist in his compositions misses values, which are considered to be the most important in the contemporary world. That is why he seeks the way through which one could understand surrounding him reality and follow the rules, which guarantee proper functioning of individual in this reality. In addition, he creates human rules according to nature’s principles: to survive. He also seeks to excuse a man’s behaviour, which depends on a situation in which he is, although it seems that it is rather ironic approach to the problem. Searching wisdom of life became a reason for Jan Sobotka to describe a typical for him image of the world in the distorting mirror (Eulenspiegel), which corresponds to didactic nature of aphorism (although nowadays in aphorisms that nature is hidden) and principle: let us learn on others’ mistakes, because learning on our own costs us much.

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Czech literature, Czech language, semantic field, Jan Sobotka

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Bohemistyka, 2013, nr 3, s. 184-197

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