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John Amos Comenius—Secondary Sources

 

By Werner Korthaase, Berlin

 

Abbreviations: AC = Acta Comeniana / CBC = Comenius, Bulletin de la Société canadienne d’études coméniennes / SCetH = Studia Comeniana et historica

Other abbreviations see: „II. Collections of papers“

I. Periodicals

 

Acta Comeniana. Archiv pro bádání o život? a díle Jana Amose Komenského [Archives for Research of the Life and the Works of J. A. Comenius], Internationale Revue fuer Studien ueber J. A. Comenius und Ideengeschichte der fruehen Neuzeit, International Review of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History. Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Editor in Chief: Marta Be?ková (Praha: Filosofia, Jilská 1, CZ-11000 Praha 1, Czech Republic) [since 1957, contributions in English, German, French].

Archiv pro badání o život? a spisech J. A. Komenského [Archives for Research of the Life and the Works of J. A. Comenius]. Editor: Ján Kva?ala, 15 vols. (Brno, 1910-1940) [editors vol. 13/1932: Josef Krumpholc and Stanislav Sou?ek, vol. 14/1937: Hervík  Jarník, vol. 15/1940: Josef Hendrich. Continued with vol. XVI (1), 1957, by Acta Comeniana (Prague) with the second title: Archiv pro bádání o život? a díle Jana Amose Komenského.

Coménius. Bulletin de la Société canadienne d’études coméniennes, Canadian Society of Comenian Studies. Edited by Jean Caravolas (Montreal: Université de Montréal, Faculté des Sciences de l’Education, C. P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville, Montréal (Québec) H3C 3J7 Canada) [since 1993, contributions in French and English].

Comenius-Jahrbuch. Herausgegeben im Auftrag der Deutschen Comenius-Gesellschaft von [edited on behalf of the Deutsche Comenius-Gesellschaft by] Andreas Fritsch, Werner Korthaase, Renate Lachmann, Thomas Leinkauf  (Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, Wilhelmstraße 13, D-73666 Baltmannsweiler, Germany) [since 1993, contributions in German, with annual international bibliography].

Nihon no Komenius, Japanese Journal of Comenius. Edited by the Japanese Association for the Study of Comenius [since 1991, contributions in Japanese].

Studia Comeniana et historica. ?asopis Muzea J. A. Komenského v Uherském Brod? [Journal of the Comenius Museum of Uherský Brod] (CZ-68812 Uherský Brod, Czech Republic, P?emysla Otakara II, 36), editor: Pavel Floss [since 1971, contributions mainly in Czech, but also in English and German].

Unie Comenius. Bulletin. Editors: Markéta Pánková, Jana P?ívratská, Martin Steiner (Prague: Unie Comenius, Pedagogické muzeum J. A. Komenského, Valdštejnská 20, CZ-11000 Praha 1, Czech Republic) [since 1992, contributions in Czech].

 

II. Collections of papers

 

Bušek, Vratislav (ed.), Comenius. A Symposium held at the 5 Congress of the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America at New York University School of Law, New York City, November 13-15, 1970 to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the death of Jan Amos Comenius (Komenský) on November 15, 1670 (New York: Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America, 1972), 184 pp. [Bušek, 1972]

?apková, Dagmar, and Frijhoff, Willem (eds.), ‘Jan Amos Comenius 1592-1670. Special Issue on the Occasion of the Quartercentenary of J. A. Comenius’s birth,’ Paedagogica Historica, vol. 28 (Ghent, 1992), pp. 175-326.

Caravolas, Jean Antoine, et Bibeau, Gilles (eds.), Jan Amos Coménius (1592-1670). Aspects culturels, philosophiques, pédagogiques et didactiques de son oeuvre. Actes du colloque international Coménius. Faculté des sciences de l’éducation: Université de Montréal 11-12-13 juin 1992 (Montréal: Université de Montréal, 1996). [Caravolas/Bibeau, 1996]

Colloquium Comenius and Descartes [Amsterdam, the 19th of September 1997] (Naarden: Comenius Museum, 1997), pp. 40.

Consultationes de consultatione. Collection of studies written by Jaromír ?ervenka, Dagmar ?apková, V. T. Miškovská-Kozáková, Josef Brambora, Marta Be?kova. For edition prepared by Dagmar ?apková. Published by J. A. Comenius Intitute of Education, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague, at the occasion of International Comenius Conference, September 1970 (Prague: Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, 1970), pp. 200.

Digitalizace Komenián. Ed. by Pedagogické muzeum J. A. Komenského v Praze and Muzeum Komenského v P?erov? (Praha: Pedagogické muzeum J. A. Komenského v Praze and Muzeum Komenského v P?erov?, 2002), pp. 100.

Dobinson, C. H. (ed.), Comenius and Contemporary Education. An International Symposium (Hamburg: UNESCO Institute for Education, 1970), 75 pp. [Dobinson, 1970]

Ferranti, Clara (ed.) Johannes Amos Comenius 1592-1992. Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi Macerata, 2-5 dicembre 1992 (Macerata: Quodlibet, 1998), pp. 205. [Ferranti, 1998]

Földes, Éva; Mészáros, István (eds.), Comenius and Hungary. Essays (Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó 1973), pp. 241 [Földes/Mészáros, 1973].

Hendrich, Josef, and Procházka, Martin (eds.), Comenius and the Significance of Languages and Literary Education. International Conference J. A. Comenius’ Heritage and Education of Man for the 21st Century, Section Five (Praha: Karolinum, 1998), pp. 374. [Hendrich/Procházka, 1998]

Ko?a, Jaroslav (ed.), Education for the 21st Century. Comenius’ Heritage and Education of Man for the 21st Century. Section 1 (a) (Prague: Charles University, 1992).

Kyralová, Marie, and P?ívratská, Jana (eds.), Symposium Comenianum 1982. The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice (Uherský Brod: Muzeum J. A. Komenského, 1984), pp. 198 [Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984].

Kyralová, Marie, and P?ívratská, Jana (eds.), Symposium Comenianum 1986. J. A. Comenius’s Contribution to World Science and Culture (Praha: Academia, 1989), pp. 320. [Kyralová/P?ív- ratská, 1989].

Mišurcová, V?ra (ed.), Comenius’ Heritage and Early Childhood Education. Comenius’ Heritage and Education of Man for the 21st Century, Section 4 (Prague: Charles University, Comenius Institute of Education, 1992), pp. 385. [Mišurcová, 1992].

Needham, Joseph (ed.), The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komenský, Comenius 1641-1941. By Eduard Beneš (Cambridge: The University Press, London: Bentley House, 1942). [Needham, 1942], pp. 99.

Pánek, Jaroslav (ed.), Comenius in World Science and Culture. Contributions of Scholars from European Countries for the 17th International Congress of Historical Sciences in Madrid, August 1990 (Prague: Historical Institute of [the] Academy, 1991), pp. 159. [Pánek, 1991]

Pešková, Jaroslava, and Cach, Josef (eds.), Homage to J. A. Comenius (Praha: Karolinum, 1991), pp. 364 [Pešková/Cach, 1991]

Steiner, Martin (ed.), Comenius’s General Consultation as Instauratio magna rerum humanarum. Comenius’ Heritage and Education of Man for the 21st Century, Papers of the Section 6 (Praha: Karolinum, 1998), pp. 311. [Steiner, 1998]

Vliet, Pauline van, and Vanderjagt, A. J. (eds.), Johannes Amos Comenius (1592-1670). Exponent of European Culture? (North-Holland, Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1994), pp. 115. [Vliet/Vanderjagt, 1994]

 

 

III. Reports on works, collections, research, and reception

 

Albrechtova, Ivana, ’Significant Comeniana (in book form) published in 1982-1989,’ AC, vol. 9, 1991, pp. 205-211.

Be?ková, Marta, De rerum humanarum emendatione consultatio catholica: Bibliography,’ in Consultationes de consultatione, Prague, 1971, pp. 157-198.

—,      Significant Comeniana published in 1970,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 489-494.

—,      (and P?ívratská, Jana), ‘Significant Comeniana (in book form) published in 1971-1981,’ AC, vol. 5, 1983, pp. 193-202.

—,      ‘On the Development of Comenius Research in Czechoslovakia Since the War,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 143-150.

Bambora, Josef, ‘Comenius’ Essays or Tentamina,’ in Consultationes de consultatione, Prague, 1971, pp. 141-156.

Cach, Josef, ‘Methodological Aspects of Comenius Research in Relation to the Methods of the History of Education,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 83-88.

—,      ‘The Legacy of J. A. Comenius—The Follow-up,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 317-336.

?apek, Jan Blahoslav,‘Comenius and the Trends of His Time (Especially Literary Ones),’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 335-346.

—,      ‘Results and Tasks of Literary Scholarship on Comenius,’ AC, vol. 4/1, 1979, pp. 179-199.

?apková, Dagmar [D?v], ‘Comenius Manuscripts in Leningrad State Public Library,’ in J. A. Comenius. Bulletin of Information, no. 2, 1957, pp. 9-11.

—,      ‘A New American Monography about Comenius,’ AC, vol. 22 (1963), pp. 295-299.

—,      ‘Unpublished Letters by Comenius,’ AC, vol. 2, 1970, pp. 285-294.

—,      ‘A Manuscript Copy of the First Part of the Greatest Work by John Amos Comenius in the British Museum,’ AC, vol. 24, 1970, pp. 63-72.

—,      ‘English Historians of Education on Comenius,’ AC, vol. 1, 1970, pp. 269-270.

—,      ‘A ‘Working Diary’ of J. A. Comenius,’ AC, vol. 4/2, 1979, pp. 367-387.

—,      ‘Comeniana in the Hartlib Archives I,’ AC, vol. 5, 1983, pp. 161-168.

—,      (and Kyralová, Marie), ‘Unpublished Letters of J. A. Comenius (Komenský), AC, vol. 6, 1985, pp. 165-178.

—,      ‘Comeniana in the Hartlib Archives II,’ AC, vol. 7, 1987, pp. 201-207.

Catalogue of the Books, Comenius Library [Tokyo University of Education] (Tokyo: Tokyo University of Education, 1961), 27 pp.
Catalogue of the Exposition J. A. Comenius’ Contribution to Humanity. Published by the J. A. Comenius Museum in Uherský Brod. Compiled and prepared for publication by Markéta Husková (Uherský Brod: J. A. Comenius Museum, 1992), pp. 60.
‘Comenius on Books,’ Unesco Bulletin for Libraries, vol. 11, no. 11-12 (Paris: UNESCO, 1957), p. 295.

Comenius’ Heritage and Education of Man for the 21st Century. International Scientific Conference Prague, March 23-27, 1992. Czech and Slovak Federative Republic (Prague: AC Agentura Carolina, 1991), pp. 24.

Desortová, Marcela, ‘Preservation and Accessibility of Ancient Rare Comenian Documents by Means of Digital Technology,’ in Digitalizace Komenián, 2002, pp. 10-11.

—,      ‘The Visible World,’ in Digitalizace Komenián, 2002, p. 44.

Dobbie, A. M. O., ‘The Pampaedia, or Universal Education of John Amos Comenius, Preface,’ in Comenius’ Pampaedia or Universal Education, trans. from the Latin bei A. M. A. Dobbie (Dover, 1986), pp. 5-12.

Forster, Leonard, ‘Unpublished Comeniana. Philip von Zesen, Johann Heinrich Ott, John Dury and Others,’ The Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 32, no. 79 (University of London, The Athlone Press, June 1954), pp. 475-485.

—,      ‘Unpublished Comeniana II. An Unnoticed Czech Poem by Comenius, The Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 39, no. 92 (University of London, The Athlone Press, 1960), pp. 24-30.

—,      (ed.), A Calendar of the Correspondence of J. A. Ott 1658-1671 (= Publications of the Huguenot Society of London, vol. XLVI) (London Huguenot Society, 1960), pp. 4, 46, 148, 162, 206, 218-219, 231.

—,      ‘A Note on Comenius’s Letters to Martin Opitz,’ AC, vol. 2, 1970, pp. 295-297.

Heyberger, Anna, ‘Select Bibliography of the educational and Scientific Works of Comenius,’ in Needham, 1942, pp. 90-98.

Hotson, Howard, ‘A Previously Unknown Early Work by Comenius: Disputatio de S. Domini Coena, sive Eucharistia under David Pareus, Heidelberg, 19 March 1614,’ SCetH, vol. 52, 1994, pp. 129-144.

Hubka, Karel P., ‘Stylometric Test for Authorship of a Supposed Comenianum, Explicatio Causae Moventis Naturalis,’ Humanistica Lovaniensia, vol. 35 (Leuven, 1986), pp. 159-168.

Hýbl, František, ‘The Moravian Collection of the Complete Works of J. A. Comenius and Ján Kva?ala, in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 213-219.

  1. A. Comenius Museum in Uherský Brod, Catalogue of the Exposition ‘J. A. Comenius’ Contribution to Humanity’ sponsored by UNESCO (Uherský Brod: J. A. Comenius Museum, 1992).

Jelinek, Vladimir, ‘The Halle Manuscripts,’ in The Analytical Didactic of Comenius. Trans. by Vladimir Jelinek  (Chicago, 1953), pp. 221-226.

‘Komensky Jan Amos (know als Comenius)’, in The Hutchinson Dictionary of Ideas (Oxford: Helicon, 1994), p. 295.

Kolár, Jaroslav, ‘Three Remarks on Methodological Problems of Contemporary Comeniological Studies,’ AC, vol. 4/1, 1979, pp. 219-224.

Kumpera, Jan, ‘Comenius: Between Hagiography and Historiography. Reflections on the Changing Image of the Czech Reformer,’ in Vliet/Vanderjagt, 1994, pp. 41-45, and in Binfield, Clyde (ed.), Sainthood Revisioned (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995), pp. 27-31.

Kva?ala, Jan (ed.), Korrespondence Jana Amosa Komenského, Nová sbírka (Praha: Náklad ?eské akademie Císa?e Františka Josefa pro v?dy, slovesnost a um?ní, 1897 [correspondence of  Comenius in Latin, English, German].

—,                                                               (ed.), Korrespondence Jana Amosa Komenského. Nová sbírka (Praha: the same publishing house, 1898).

—,                                                               (ed.), Korrespondence Jana Amosa Komenského II (Praha: the same publishing house, 1902).

Maller, Sándor, ‘In Memory of Comenius,’ in Földes//Mészáros, 1973, pp. 9-17.

Mayor, Frederico, ‘UNESCO and the Heritage of Comenius,’ in J. A. Komenský a slovenská kultúra (Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 1993), pp. 6-10.

Odložilík, Otakar, ‘New Light upon Comenius,’ The Slavonic (and East European) Review, vol. 7, no. 20 (London, 1929), pp. 453-457.

—,                                                               ‘Jan Amos Komenský,‘ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 11-18.

Ota, Koichi, ‘The Reception of Consultatio Catholica in Japan,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 253-254.

Pánek, Jaroslav, ‘Josef Janá?ek (1925-1994)—Historian of Comenius’ Age,’ AC, vol. 11 (1995), pp. 247-249.

Patera, Adolf (ed.), Jana Amosa Komenského korrespondence (Praha: Naklad ??ské akademie Císa?e Františka Josefa pro v?dy, slovesnost a um?ní, 1892),  [correspondence of  Comenius in Latin, English, German].

Pato?ka, Jan, Cusanus and Comenius,’ Pedagogik, vol. 4 (1954), pp. 508-523.

—,                                                               ‘The Halle Discoveries of Comenius Manuscripts and their Significance,’ in Bulletin of Information, no. 2, 1957, pp. 12-14.

Paton, John Lewis, ‘The Tercentenary of Comenius’s Visit to England, 1592-1671 [!],’ in Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester, vol. 26, no. 1 (Manchester, 1941), pp. 149-157.

—,                                                               ‘Comenius Celebration,’ The Journal of Education, vol. 73 (London, 1951), pp. 423-424.

Pauza, Miroslav; Soudilová, V?ra, ‘Komenský (Comenius), Jan Amos,’ in Honderich, Ted (ed.): The Oxford Companion to Philosophy (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1995), pp. 448-449.

Pope, James Drake, ‘International Comenius Conference,’ School and Society, vol. 96, no. 2303 (New York, N. Y., 1968), pp. 114-115.

Pšenák, Jozef, ‘Ján Kva?ala: a Distinguished Personality of Comeniology,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 348-355.

Research on the Life and Work of J. A. Comenius (1957-1970) [Authors: Josef Polišenký, Josef Brambora, Jaroslav ?ervenka, Ji?í Kyrášek, Dagmar ?apková, Marta Be?ková], AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 443-494.

Rood, Wilhelmus, ‘Check List of Comenius’s Works,’ in Rood, Wilhelmus, Comenius and the Low Countries (Amsterdam, Praha, New York, 1970), pp. 226-256.

Spinka, Matthew, ‘Bibliography,’ in Spinka, Matthew, John Amos Comenius. That Incomparable Moravian (Chicago, 1943), pp. 156-170.

—,      ‘The Present Day Significance of John A. Comenius,’ in Rechcígl, Miloslav (ed.), The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture (The Hague, London, Paris: Mouton, 1964), pp. 493-499.

Steiner, Martin, Johannes Amos Comenius 1592-1670. 400 anni 1592-1992 (Praha: Academia, 1991), pp. 16.

—,      ‘Textbooks in the Work of John Amos Comenius,’ in Digitalizace Komenián, 2002, pp. 17-22.

—,      ’The Reception of the Textbook Janua Linguarum Reserata,’ in Digitalizace Komenián, 2002, pp. 27-30.

Štverák, Vladimír, ‘The Influence of the Work of J. A. Comenius in the 18th Century,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 339-346.

Thomas, Jean, ‘Spiritual Ancestor of UNESCO,’ The UNESCO Courier, vol. 8, no. 11 (Paris, New York: UNESCO, 1957), p. 3.

—,      ‘Address at the John Amos Comenius Celebration in Prague 23rd September 1957,’ in J. A. Comenius, Bulletin of Information, no. 4, 1957, pp. 6-8.

‘350th Anniversary of the Birth of Comenius,’ School and Society, vol. 55, no. 14 (New York, N.Y., 1942), pp. 288-289.

Turnbull, George Henry, ‘[Introduction],’ in Jana Amosa Komenského Dva spicy všev?dné, Two Pansophical Works (Praha, 1951), pp. 19-29.

—,      ‘An Incomplete Orbis Pictus of Comenius, printed in 1653,’ AC, vol. XVI (1), 1957, pp. 35-42.

—,      ‘The Pansophiae Diatyposis of Comenius and its Continuation,’ AC, vol. XVI (2), 1957, pp. 113-126.

Uher, Boris, ‘The Educational Work of J. A. Comenius in the Textbooks of History of Pedagogy,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 357-363.

Urbánek, Vladímir, ‘Comenius Studies and Intellectual History in the Czech Republic,’ Intellectual News, Newsletter of the International Society for Intellectual History, no. 1 (Leominster, 1996), pp. 19-21.

Yoshimoto, Hitoshi, ‘A Study of Comenius in Japan’, AC, vol. 20, no. 2 (1961), pp. 254-256.

IV. Biographies and short summaries of his work

 

Barker, Ernest, ‘The Debt of Europe to Czechoslovakia and to Comenius,’ in Needham, 1942, pp. 78-85.

Barzun, Jacques, ‘John Amos Comenius (Jan Komensky),’ in Barzun, Jacques, From Dawn to Decadence. 500 Years of Westen Cultural Life 1500 to the Present (New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 2000), pp. 180-182, and pp. 120, 808.

Blekastad, Milada, ‘Introduction,’ in Comenius’ självbiograpfie. Comenius about Himself (Stockholm, 1975), pp. 11-29.

Bluhm, Solomon, ‘Comenius, Johann Amos,’ in Deighton, Lee C. (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Education, vol. 2 (London, New York: Macmillan, 1971), pp. 301-308.

Braby, Dorothea, ‘Introduction,’ in Komensky, John Amos, The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart (London, 1950), pp. 9-17.

?apek, Mili?, ‘Comenius and the Moral Problem of Exile,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 33-47.

?apková, Dagmar, ’John Amos Comenius, An Outline of his Life and Work,’ in Digitalisace Komenián, 2002, pp. 64-80.

Christian History. An Entire Issue devoted to Jan Amos Comenius (1592-1670), vol. 6, no. 1 (Worcester, PA: Christian History Institute, 1987), pp. 40.

Džambo, Jozo (ed.), Comenius, World without Boundaries (München: Adalbert Stifter Verein, 1993), pp. 64.

Greengrass, Mark, ‘The Financing of a Seventeenth-Century Intellectual: Contributions for Comenius, 1637-1641,’ AC, vol. 11, 1995, pp. 71-87.

Harkins, William Edward, ‘Komenský, Jan Amos (Johannes Amos Comenius),’ in Kunitz, Stanley Jasspon, and Colby, Vineta (eds.), European Authors 1000-1900. A Biographical Dictionary of European Literature (New York: The H. W. Wilson Comp., 1967), pp. 496-497.

Hay Anastasas, Florence, And They Called Him Amos. The Story of John Amos Comenius (Jericho, N. Y.: Exposition Press, 1973), 319 pp.

Hendrich, Josef, Jan Amos Komenský (Comenius) (Prague: Orbis, 1948), pp. 31.

Jakubec, Jan, Johannes Amos Comenius (Praha: Orbis, 1928 / New York: Arno Press and The New York Times, 1971), pp. 61.

Keatinge, Maurice Walter, ‘Introduction, I. Biographical, II. Historical, III. Critical,’ in Comenius, John Amos, The Great Didactic, ed. by M. W. Keatinge (London: A. and C. Black, [1896], 1907, 1910) / (New York: Russel and Russel, 1967), pp. 169.

Kožík, František, The Sorrowful and Heroic Life of John Amos Comenius (Prague: State Educational Publishing House, 1958), pp. 189.

Kumpera, Jan, ‘Comenius’s Life and Work,’ in Catalogue of the Exposition J. A. Comenius’ Contribution to humanity (Uherský Brod: J. A. Comenius Museum, 1992), pp. 31-43.

Kyrašek, Ji?í, ‘Epilog,’ in Kyrašek, Ji?í, J. A. Comenius, Selections from his Works (Prague, 1964), pp. 143-159.

Lang, Ossian Herbert, ‘Comenius: His life and Principles of Education,’ (New York, N. Y.: Kellog, 1891).

Laurie, Simon Somerville, John Amos Comenius, Bishop of the Moravians: His Life and Educational Works (London: K. Paul 1881) / (Cambridge: University Press, 1884, 1885, 1887, 1899, 1893, 1899, 1904) / (Boston: Willard Small, 1885) / (Syracuse, N.Y., 1892, 1893) / (New York: Lenox Hill, 1972), pp. VII, 272.

Limiti, Giuliana, ‘The Relevance of Comenius for Today,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 41-42.

—,      ‘John Amos Comenius,’ Prospects: Quarterly Review of Education, vol. 13, no. 1 (Paris, 1983), pp. 117-127.

—,       ‘Chronology of the Life and works of Jan Amos Comenius,’ Prospects: Quarterly Review of Education, vol. 23, no. 1-2 (Paris, 1993), pp. 189-194.

Maller, Sándor, ‘A True Central European. On the 400th anniversary of the Birth of Jan Amos Comenius,’  The New Hungarian Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 126 (Budapest, 1992), pp. 103-106.

Miškovská, Vlasta Ta?ána [= vtmk], ‘Comenius about Himself,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 19, no. 4 (Prague, 1976), pp. 248-250.

Mout, M. E. H. N. [= Nicolette], ‘‘An Exile Makes All The World His Owne’: Comenius and his Life in Exile,’ AC, vol. 10, 1993, pp. 75-87.

Odložilík, Otakar,      ‘Comenius’ Life and Work in its Historical Setting,’ in Needham, 1942, pp. 41-60.

Opo?enský, Milan, ‘Remembering Comenius,’ One World. A monthly Magazine of the World Council of Churches, no. 173 (1992), pp. 17-19.

Pánek, Jaroslav, Comenius. Teacher of Nations (Košice, Prague: Orbis, 1991).

Peska, Vladimír, ‘Comenius (1592-1670),’ in: Benoit-Dusausoy, Annick, and Fontaine-Guy (eds.), A History of European Literature. Transl. by Michael Wolf (London and New York: Routledge, 2000), pp. 286?289.

Petrá?, Josef, and Petrá?ová, Lydia, ‘An Autobiographical Statement of the Young Comenius in the Labyrinth of the World,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 32- 58.

Polišenský, Josef, ‘The World Comenius Lived in,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 49-54.

—,      ‘Antonín Gindely and Jaroslav Goll on the Life and Work of J. A. Comenius,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 62-71.

—,      ‘The Embarrassment of Greatness. J. A. Comenius and the Dutch Golden Age,’ in Vliet/Vanderjagt, 1994, pp. 67-72.

Pšenák, Jozef, ‘Johann Amos Comenius 1592-1670,’ in Pšenák, Jozef, Jan Amos Komenský 1592-1670 (Martin: Matica Slovenská, 1991), pp. 21-31.

Sadler, John Edward, ‘Comenius as a Man,’ in Dobinson, 1970, pp. 9-16.

Sarton, George, ‘Comenius redivivus,’ Isis. International Review devoted to the History of Science and Civilisation, vol. 30 (Bruges/Begium, 1939), pp. 425-451.

Spinka, Matthew, John Amos Comenius. That Incomparable Moravian (Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1943) / New York: Russel and Russel, 1967), pp. 177.

Stejskal, Lubomír, ‘A Few Serious Moments in the Life of J. A. Comenius Through the Eyes of a Psychologist,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 59-60.

Velinský, Stanislav J., ‘Why Comenius is a Great Personality,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 140-161.

Ždímal, Milan, ‘John Amos Comenius (1592-1670),‘ in idem, Jan Amos Komenský praxeolog (Praha: Sociální ?ízení Federálního ministerstva obrany, 1992, pp. 15-22.

Zumr, Josef, ‘Comenius, John Amos,’ in Craig, Edward (ed.), Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, vol. 2 (London and New York, 1998), pp. 438-440.

—,      ‘Comenius, John Amos (1592-1670),’ in Concise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London and New York: Routledge, 2000), pp. 151-152.

 

V. Philosophy and science

 

Barnett, Pamela Rose, Theodore Haak, F.R.S. (1605-1690). The First German Translator of Paradise Lost (s’-Gravenhage: Mouton, 1962), pp. 7, 25, 29-31, 35, 44-53, 66, 68, 77, 78, 86, 101, 104, 127, 137-138, 151.

Bedná?, Miroslav, ‘Komenský’s Approach to the Philosophical Presuppositions of Modern Science in the Light of the Present,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 69-73.

Berka, Karel, ‘Comenius’s Place in the Development of Logic,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 135-137.

Bernal, John Desmond, ‘Comenius’ Visit to England, and the Rise of Scientific Societies in the Seventeenth Century,’ in Needham, 1942, pp. 27-34.

—,      ‘Comenius and the Organisation of Modern Science,’ AC, vol XVIII (2), 1959, pp. 67-76.

Blekastad, Milada, ‘Peter Figulus. Letters to Samuel Hartlib 1657-58,’ Lychnos, Laerdomshistoriska Samfundets Årsbok, vol. 1988 (Stockholm, 1988), pp. 201-245.

Böhme, Guenter, ‘Comenius in Humanistic Tradition,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 74-78.

Brambora, Josef, ‘Results and Tasks of Literary Scholarship on Comenius,’ AC, vol. 4, 1979, pp. 179-199.

Brown, Stuart (ed.), The Young Leibniz and his Philosophy (Dordrecht, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999), pp. 52, 174.

Campagnac, E. T., ‘Introduction,’ in Comenius, John Amos, The Way of Light (Liverpool: The University Press, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1938), pp. III-XIX.

?apek, Jan Blahoslav, ‘Comenius as a Predecessor of the Enlightenment and of Classicism with Particular Regard to Panaugia,’ AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 35-46.

—,      ‘Comenius and Socio-cultural Values,’ AC, vol. 6, 1985, pp. 73-91.

?apková, Dagmar, ‘The Comenian Group in England and Comenius’ Idea of Universal Reform,’ AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 25-45.

—,      ‘The Idea of Panhistoria in the Development of Comenius’ Work Toward Consultatio,’ AC, vol. 2, 1970, pp. 49-72.

—,      ‘Some Comments on the Interrelation between Comenius’s Concept of History and His Concept of Education,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 107-115.

—,      ‘The Reception Given to the Prodromos pansophiae, and the Methodology of Comenius,’ AC, vol. 7, 1987, pp. 37-59.

—,      ‘The Writings of J. A. Comenius and Seventeenth Century Thought,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 75-87.

—,      ‘Comenius and his Ideals: Escape from the Labyrinth,’ in Greengrass, Mark; Leslie, Michael, and Raylor, Timothy (eds.), 1994, pp. 75-91.

—,      ‘Some Anthropological Aspects in the Work of J. A. Comenius,’ in Ferranti, 1998, pp. 43-50.

—,      and ?ervenka, Jaromír; Floss, Pavel, and Kalivoda, Robert, ‘The Philosophical Significance of the Work of Comenius,’ AC, vol. 8, 1989, pp. 5-15.

—,      ‘Some Aspects of the Interrelation between J. A. Comenius and the Enligthenment,’ in Drewek, Peter; Horn, Klaus-Peter; Kersting, Christa, and Tenorth, Heinz-Elmar (eds.), Ambivalenzen der Pädagogik (Weinheim: Deutscher Studien Verlag, 1995), pp. 13-18.

—,      ‘Descartes and Comenius. Two Conceptions of the Man and the world,’ in Colloquium Comenius and Descartes (Naarden 1997), pp. 8-17.

—,      ‘Some Aspects of Comenius’s Concept of Cultura Universalis,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 23-28.

?ervenka,  Jaromír, ‘One Hundred Jears of the Views on Comenius’ Pansophia,’ in Consultationes de consultatione, Prague 1970, pp. 21-73.

Clauser, Jerome Kachline, ‘The Pansophist: Comenius,’ in Nash, Paul; Kazamias, Andreas M., and Perkinson, Henry J. (eds.), The Educated Man (New York, London: John Wiley, [1965]) / (Malabar/Florida: Robert E. Krieger, 1980, 1982, 1984), pp. 165-188.

Clucas, Stephen, ‘In search of “The True Logick”: Methodological Eclecticism among the “Baconian Reformers”,’ in Greengrass, Mark; Leslie, Michael, and Raylor, Timothy (eds.), Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation: Studies in Intellectual Communication (Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 51-74. [Cf. 52-53, 59, 63, 67, 69-70, 73-74]

Colmer, Robert G., ‘John Amos Comenius and John Bunyan: Similarities and Dissimilarities,’ in: Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp. 151-161.

Crowther, James Gerald, Founders of British Science: John Wilkins, Robert Boyle, John Ray, Christopher Wren, Robert Hooke, Isaak Newton (London: The Cresset Press, 1960), pp. 43, 53-54, 73-75, 78.

Deutsch, Morton, Johann Valentin Andreae, the ‘Fama Fraternitatis’ and Jan Amos Comenius,’ in Zeitschrift fuer Religions- und Geistesgeschichte, vol. 17., no. 3 (Koeln, 1965), pp. 275-281.

Dobbie, A. M. O., ‘Introduction,’ in: Comenius, John Amos, Panaugia or Universal Light. Trans. from the Latin by A. M. O. Dobbie (Shipston-on-Stour, 1987), pp. VII-XII.

Doležel, Alois, ‘Comenius’s General System,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 105-111.

—,      ‘The Structure of the Pansophy,’ in Ko?a (ed.), 1992, pp.265-273.

Every-Clayton, C. W., ‘Comenius’s Panegersia, Preface,’ in Comenius, John Amos, Panegersia or Universal Awaking. Trans. from the Latin by A. M. O. Dobbie (Shipston-on-Stour, 1990), pp. I-II.

Floss, Karel, ‘Utopia, Emancipation and Apocalypse,’ SCetH, vol. 67, 2002.

Floss, Pavel, ‘The Problems of Comenius’s Sensualism,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 103-105.

Garber, Daniel, and Ayers, Michael (eds.), The Cambridge History of Seventeenth-Century Philosophy, vol. 1 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), pp. 47, 93, 395-396, 405.

Giglioni, Guido, ‘Panpsychism versus Hylozoism. An Interpretation of Some Seventeenth-Century Doctrines of Universal Animation,’ AC, vol. 11, 1995, pp. 25-33, 40-41, 44.

—,      ‘Comenius and Descartes on Automata, Perpetual Motion and the Growth of Liberty,’ StCeH, vol. 55-56, 1996, pp. 318-334.

Greengrass, Mark; Leslie, Michael, and Raylor, Timothy, Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reform (Cambridge: University Press, 1994), pp. 27-50, 75-91, 162-173.

—,      ‘Introduction,’ in idem, Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation: Studies in Intellectual Communication (Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 1-25. [Cf. 1, 2, 3, 13-17, 22].

Greengrass, Mark,    ‘Samuel Hartlib and Scribal Communication,’ AC, vol. 12, 1997, pp. 47-62.

—,      ‘Archive Refractions: Hartlib’s Papers and the Workings of an Intelligencer,’ in Hunter, Michael (ed.), Archives of the Scientific Revolution (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1998), pp. 36, 44, 46-47.

Hartlib and Comenius. A Selection of Documents from the Papers of Samuel Hartlib, with a brief introd. by W. J. Hitchens (Sheffield: University Library, 1988), pp. 98.

Hartlib and Comenius. An Exhibition to mark the 400th Anniversary of the Birth of Jan Amos Komensky prepared by The Harlib Papers Project. (Sheffield: The University of Sheffield, 1992), pp. 50.

Helus, Z., ‘Comenius on the Relationship of Education to Man’s Substance,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 169-171.

Hitchens, William J., ‘Comenius Thanks Justinian Isham,’ AC, vol. 12, 1997, pp. 197-202.

Hotson, Howard, ‘Philosophical Pedagogy in Reformed Central Europe between Ramus and Comenius,’ in Greengrass, Mark; Leslie, Michael, and Raylor, Timothy (eds.), 1994, pp. 22, 29, 45, 49.

—,      Johann Heinrich Alsted 1588-1638: Between Renaissance, Reformation and Universal Reform (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000), pp. 1-2, 5-7, 9, 77, 103, 105, 138-139, 182, 198, 227, 229, 232.

Hubka, Karel, ‘On Some Rhetoric-Logic Topoi in Comenius’ Pansophia Christiana,’ Listy filologické, vol. 101, no. 2 (Praha, 1978), pp. 94-105

Hujer, Karel, ‘Comenius and His Astronomical World View,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 48-55.

Janko, Jan, ‘Comenius’ Syncrisis as the Means of Man and World Knowledge,’ AC, vol. 9, 1991, pp. 43-55.

—,      ‘Ariadne’s Thread and Comenius’ Concept of Nature,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 179-186.

—,      and Janková, M., ’Logico-Methodologic and Naturalist Sources of the Syncritical Method,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 113-117.

Jeffreys, M. V. C., John Locke. Prophet of Common Sense (London: Methuen, 1967), pp. 55-65.

Jelinek, Vladimir, ‘I. Preliminary Remarks, II. History of the Methodus,’ in The Analytical didactic of Comenius (Jan Amos Komenský), trans. by Vladimir Jelinek (Chicago, 1953), pp. 3-92.

Jones, Richard Forster, Ancients and Moderns. A Study of the Rise of the Scientific Movement in Seventeeth-Century England, 2nd ed. (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, [1961], 1965), pp. 60, 88, 106, 131-132, 148, 152, 292-293, 307.

Kalivoda, Robert, ‘The Significance of J. A. Comenius for Modern Philosophy,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 28, no. 1-2 (Prague, 1985), pp. 59-66.

Komor, Ilona, ‘The Problems of Technological Culture in Schola Ludus,’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 79-88.

Kurdybacha, ?ukasz, ‘The Influence of the Early Enlightenment on John Amos Comenius’, AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 93-101.

Langton, Larry Bruce, Milton, J. A. Comenius, and Hermetic Natural Philosophy (Madison, Wisc.: University of Wisconsin, Ph.D. Thesis, 1977), pp. 219.—Abstracted in DAI. A, 38 (1977-78) 10, p. 6144.

Love, Harold, Scribal Publication in Seventeenth-Century England (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993), pp. 82, 106, 118-119, 182-183, 222.

Manuel, Frank Edward, and Manuel, Fritzie Prigohzy, ‘Pansophia: A Dream of Science,’ and ‘Comenius and His Disciples,’ in Manuel, F. E., and Manuel, F. P., Utopian Thought in the Western World (Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1979), pp. 205-218 / 309-331.

Masson, David, The Life of John Milton in Connection with the Political, Ecclesiastical, and Literary History of His Time, vol. 3 (London: Macmillan, [1873], 1896), pp. 198-215, 220-228, 232-235, 237-239, 661-662; vol. 6, p. 394.

Melnikov, Georgi P., ‘Universal Theatricality of the 17th Century and Creation of J. A. Komenský,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 239-241.

Mout, Nicolette, ‘Comenius, Descartes and Dutch Cartesianism,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 239-242.

—,      M. E. H. N. [= Nicolette], ‘Like a Spider in its Web. Comenius and European Culture in the Seventeenth Century, in Vliet/Vanderjagt, 1994, pp. 59-65.

—,      ‘Comenius and European Culture in the Seventeenth Century,’ in Caravolas/Bibeau, 1996, pp. 41-49.

Murphy, Daniel, Comenius. A Critical Reassessment of his Life and Work (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1995), pp. X, 294.

Nováková, Julie, ‘Comenius’s first Report on Perpetual Motion,’ AC, vol. 4/2, 1979, pp. 389-406.

Pánek, Jaroslav, ‘The Heritage of the Czech Humanist J. A. Comenius through the Centuries,’ in Pánek, 1991, pp. 9-23.

Palouš, Radim, The World of Comenius, in Pánek, 1991, pp. 69-90.

—,      ‘Comenius the Chiliast,’ Czechoslovak and Central European Journal, vol. 10, no. 1 (New York, 1991), pp. 1-12.

—,      ‘Comenius Redivivus,’ Scando-Slavica, vol. 40 (Copenhagen, 1994), pp. 53-62.

Pešková, Jaroslava, ‘Comenius’s Effort to Cultivate Human Personality,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 113-118.

—,      ‘Philosophical Base of the Work of Comenius,’ in Pánek, 1991, pp. 51-68.

—,      ‘Comenius in the Czech and World Culture,’ in Peškova/Cach, 1991, pp. 17-20.

Polišenský, Josef, ‘Comenius and the so-called Scientific Revolution of the Seventeenth Century,’ AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 251-252.

—,                                                               ‘Comenius and the Development of European Thought,’ AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 241-243.

—,                                                               ‘Comenius, Huygens, and Newton or: The Social and Scientific Revolutions of the 17th Century,’ in Heydorn, Heinz-Joachim, Jan Amos Comenius: Geschichte und Aktualität, vol. 1 (Glashütten: Auvermann, 1971), pp. 187-199.

Purver, Margery, The Royal Society: Concept and Creation (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967), pp. 196-197, 200, 205-220, 231-233, 238.

Rattansi, Pyarali M., ‘The Comenian Natural Philosophy in England,’ StCeH, vol. 1, 1971, pp. 11-21.

Reese, William L., ‘Comenius, John Amos. 1592-1671[!],’ in Reese, William L., Dictionary of Philosophy and Religion. Eastern and Western Thought (New Jersey: Humanities Press, [1980], 1996), p. 129.

Roucek, Josef S., ‘Jan Amos Komenský. The Spiritual Founder of Modern Masonic Mouvement,’ in: Zeitschrift fuer Religions- und Geistesgeschichte, vol. 15, no. 4 (Köln, 1963), pp. 371-376.

Schaller, Klaus, ‘Pato?ka’s Interpretation of Comenius and Its Significance for Present-Day Pedagogics,’ Science in Context, vol. 6, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), pp. 617-631.

Simon, Joan, ‘The Comenian Educational Reformers 1640-1660 and the Royal Society of London,’ AC, vol. 2, 1970, pp. 165-178.

Singer, Dorothea Waley, ‘Comenius and Confidence in the Rational Mind,’ in Needham, 1942, pp. 70-73.

Slaughter, M. M., Universal Languages and Scientific Taxonomy in the Seventeenth Century (Cambridge, London: Cambridge University Press, 1982), pp. 61, 88, 98-103, 112-115, 120, 131-133, 136, 155-156, 175, 183, 206, 213, 232-233, 236-239, 242.

Sobotka, Milan, ‘J. A. Comenius and Philosophy of his Time,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 125-135.

Spinka, Matthew, ‘Comenian Pansophic Principles,’ Church History, vol. 22, no. 2 (New York: The American Society of Church History, 1953), pp. 155-165.

Stillman, Robert E., ‘The Lamentations of Comenius: Reconfiguring the Political in Seventeenth-Century Language Theory,’ in Stillman, Robert E., The New Philosophy and Universal Languages in Seventeenth-Century England: Bacon, Hobbes, and Wilkins (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, London: Associated University Presses, 1995, pp. 29-51,  and 19-20, 55, 72, 140, 264-266, 272-273, 276-279, 320.

Teich, Mikuláš, ‘The Two Cultures, Comenius and the Royal Society,’ Pædagogica Evropæa, vol. 4 (Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Paris, Braunschweig, 1968), pp. 147-153, 216-217.

Torres Marí, Francesc, ‘The Idea of Novitas in Comenius’ Consultatio,’ AC, vol. 10, 1993, pp. 25-34.

Turnbull, George Henry, ‘The Relations of the ‘Comenian Group’ to the Founders of the Royal Society and to Mersenne’s Group,’ in Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, vol. 10, no. 2 (London, April 1953), pp. 101-106, 110, 129.

Ulich, Robert, ‘Comenius, John Amos (1592-1670),’ in Edwards, Paul (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, vol. 2 (New York: Macmillan, London: Collier-Macmillan, 1967), pp. 146-147.

Ungureanu, Viorica E., The Up-to-Dateness of Jan Amos Comenius’ Thinking,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 278-284.

Verbeek, Theo (ed.), Johannes Clauberg (1622-1655) and Cartesian Philosophy in the Seventeenth Century (Dordrecht, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999), pp. 49, 96,182, 184, 195.

Vliet, Paulina van, ‘Tracing the Devotio Moderna in the Netherlands and Bohemia as a Spiritual Manifestation and a Beginning of Educational Progression,’ AC, vol. 8, 1989, pp. 61-71 [Comenius, pp. 68, 69].

Voigt, Uwe, ‘Walking alone and in the dark or going the Way of Light’, SCetH, vol. 55-56, 1996, pp. 276-288.

Webster, Charles, ‘Makaria: Samuel Hartlib and the Great Reformation,’ AC, vol. 2, 1970, pp. 147-164.

—,      The Great Instauration (London: Gerald Duckworth 1975), pp. 25-27, 48-51, 108-114.

—,      From Paracelsus to Newton (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982), pp. 10, 38-39, 61, 69-71.

—,      (ed.) The Intellectual Revolution of the Seventeenth Century (London, Boston: Routledge and Kegan  Paul, 1974), pp. 17, 163, 223, 236-237, 239, 252, 375.

Young, J. T., ‘Panaceas of the Soul: Comenius and the Dream of Universal Knowledge,’ in Young, J. T., Faith, Medical Alchemy and Natural Philosophy (Aldershot, Brookfield: Ashgate, 1998), pp. 101-149, and pp. xii, 5, 12, 37, 48, 59, 83, 87, 151-153, 156, 165.

Young, Robert Fitzgibbon, Miscellanea. I. The Contemporary Meaning of and Associations of the Term ‘Invisible College’ (1645-1662), II. George Ritschel of Deutschkahn (N?mecké Chvojno) and René Descartes,’ in Archiv pro badání o život? a spisech J. A. Komenského, vol. 14 (Brno, 1937), pp. 126-131.

—,      ‘Comenius and the Invisible College (1645-1662),’ in Needham, 1942, pp. 35-39.

Zeijlemaker, Jakob, ‘Freemasonry, Johan [!] Amos Comenius and Joh. Val. Andreae,’ Zeitschrift fuer Religions- und Geistesgeschichte, vol. 19, no. 1 (Koeln, 1967), pp. 65-73.

Zumr, Josef, ‘Comenius, John Amos (1592-1670),’ in Craig, Edward (ed.), Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London and New York: Routledge, 1998), pp. 438-440.

 

 

VI. Theology and religious education

 

Antognazza, Maria Rosa, and Hotson, Howard (eds.), Alsted and Leibniz on God, the Magistrate and the Millennium (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1999), pp. 144-145, 149, 174, 180-181, 199-201, 204, 208, 211, 213.

Bedná?, F., ‘John Amos Comenius,’ in ‘The Ecumenical Idea in the Czech Reformation,’ The Ecumenical Review, vol. VI, no. 2 (Geneva, 1954), pp. 163-168.

Bietenholz, Peter G., ‘The Controversy with Comenius,’ in Bietenholz, Peter G., Daniel Zwicker 1612-1678: Peace, Tolerance and God the One and Only (Firenze: Leo S. Olschki, 1997), pp. 79-103, and pp. 6, 8-9, 15-16, 28, 34, 36, 39, 43-44, 46-48, 56, 59, 78, 105-106, 108-109, 115, 130-131, 133, 143, 146, 171, 227-228, 268, 273-274, 282-287, 295-297.

Brock, Peter, The Political and Social Doctrines of the Unity of Czech Brethren (‘s-Gravenhage: Mouton, 1957), pp. 258, 280-284.

Collmer, Robert G., John Amos Comenius and John Bunyan: Similarities and Dissimilarities,’ Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp. 151-161.

Grimm, Harold John, ‘Comenius,’ in idem, The Reformation Era, 2nd pr. (New York: Macmillan, [1954], 1955), pp. 596-597.

Gutek, Gerald Lee, Comenius: Protestant, Pietist, Realist, in Gutek, G. L., A History of the Western Educational Experience, 2nd ed. (New York: Random House, 1972), pp. 133-137.

Földes, ?va, ‘Comenius’ Connections with the Anti-Feudal Movements (Comenius and the Anabaptists of Sárospatak),’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 51-68.

Kišš, Igor, ‘Utopian and Realistic Humane Elements in J. A. Comenius’s Chiliasm, SCetH, vol. 67, 2002.

Hotson, Howard, ‘Irenicism and Dogmatics in the Confessional Age: Pareus and Comenius in Heidelberg, 1614,’ The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, vol. 46, no. 3 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, July 1995), pp. 432-453.

—,      Paradise Postponed: Johann Heinrich Alsted and the Birth of Calvinist Millenarianism (Dordrecht, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000), pp. 5, 15-17, 22-26, 75, 119, 143, 152, 155, 160-161, 171-172.

Kinloch, Tom Fleming, ‘Comenius (Jan Amos Komenský) 1592–1671,’ in Kinloch, Tom Fleming, Pioneers of Religious Education (= Handbooks of Religious Education) (London and New York: Oxford University Press [1939] / Freeport, N. Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1969 = Essay Index Reprint Series), pp. 48?58.

Kopecký, Milan, ‘Comenius as a Biblist,’ in Sborník prací Filosofické fakulty Brn?nské univerzity, vol. 43, ?ada literárn?v?dná (D), no. 41 (Brno, 1994), pp. 15-22.

Korthaase, Werner, ‘Philipp Melanchthon and Johann Amos Comenius,’ in Korthaase, Werner, Philipp Melanchthon: A shining Example of a True Scholar, Educator and Pedagogue and His Influence on Bohemia and Moravia, in Scientific Papers of the University of Pardubice, Series C, Institute of Languages and Humanities, 5 (Pardubice, 1999), pp. 236-237.

Krempl, Rudolf K., ‘The Trinitary System in  the Works of Comenius,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 56-76.

Ku?era, Zden?k, ‘John Amos Comenius: The Theologian of Universality,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 190-197.

Lebar, Lois, ‘What Children Owe to Comenius,’ Christian History, vol. 6, no. 1 (Worcester, Pa., 1987), p.  19.

Lee, Sook Jong, The Relationship of John Amos Comenius’ Theology to His Educational Ideas, (New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University, Ed.D. Thesis, 1987), 348 pp. Abstracted in DAI. A, vol. 48 (1987-88) 9, p. 2300.

Lochman, Jan Mili?, ‘Comenius as Theologian,’ AC, vol. 10, 1993, pp. 35-47.

—,      ‘The Ecumenical Actuality of Comenius’ Theology,’ in Caravolas/Bibeau, 1996, pp. 67-77.

—, ‘Introduction,’ in Comenius, John, The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart, Trans. and introduced bei Howard Louthan and Andrea Sterk (New York and Mahwah, 1998), pp. 7-45.

Louthan, Howard, and Sterk, Andrea, ‘Comenius’s Spirituality and the Themes of the Labyrinth,’ CBC, vol. 6, no. 1, 1998, pp. 15-24.

Michel, Bernard, ‘Between Hus and Herrnhut: Comenius and the Unity of Brethren,’ Christian History, vol. 6, no. 1 (Worcester, Pa., 1987), pp. 9-10.

Molnár, Amedeo, ‘The Theological Aspect of the Extensive Work of John Amos Comenius,’ [without title, set from the first line of the Article], in J. A. Comenius, A Perfect Reformation (Prague: The Ecumenical Institute of the Comenius Faculty of Protestant Theology in Prague, 1957), pp.11-31.

—,      ‘Comenius’ Theologia naturalis,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 8, no. 1 (Prague, 1965), pp. 53-64.

—,      ‘Comenius’ Jeremia Dream,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 14, no. 1 (Prague, 1971), pp. 37-42.

Mout, Nicolette, ‘The International Calvinist Church of Prague, the Unity of Brethren and Comenius 1609-1635,’ AC, vol. 4/1, 1979, pp. 65-76.

Nováková, Julie, ‘Bible Quotations in the Works of Comenius,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 28, no. 3-4 (Prague, 1985), pp. 225-238.

Neve?e?al, Daniel, ‘‘For the Sake of Zion I do not want to stay silent’: Comenius and Prophecy at the Beginning of the Last Days’, SCetH, vol. 67, 2002.

Odložilík, Otakar, ‘Comenius and Christian Unity,’The Slavonic (and East European) Review, vol. 9 (London, 1930/31), pp. 79-93.

—,      ‘Protestant Reunion in the 18th Century,’ in The Slavonic (and East European) Review, vol. 13 (London, 1934-1935), pp. 119-120.

Pelikán, Jaroslav, ‘The Place of John Amos Comenius in the History of Christian Theology,’ Communio viatorum,, vol. 34, no. 3 (Prague, 1992), pp. 5-18.

Petr?, Eduard, ‘The Harmonizing Influence of God in the Unterstanding of J. A. Comenius,’ Ultimate Reality and Meaning, vol. 20, no. 2-3 (North York: University of Toronto Press, 1997), pp. 99-106.

Pollak, Otakar Jaroslav, ‘John Amos Comenius’ Letters to Heaven,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 77-86.

Power, Edward, J., ‘Religious Realism,’ in Power, Edward J., Philosophy of Education (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1982), pp. 49-51.

Prevost, Ronnie, The History of the Unity of Brethren: A Protestant Hussite Church in Bohemia and Moravia (Bethlehem, Pa., Winston-Salem, N.C.: The Moravian Church in America, 1992), pp. 57, 118, 208, 228, 245, 272-275, 315, 324, 331, 335-336, 339, 346, 350-388, 398-400, 403, 407, 410-415, 419.

Rood, Wayne R., ‘Comenius, Johannes Amos,’ in Eliade, Mircea (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Religion, vol. 3 (New York: Macmillan, London: Collier Macmillan, 1987), pp. 565-566.

Ryan, E. G., ‘Comenius, John Amos (Komenský),’ in New Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 4 (Washington, D. C.: The Catholic University of America, 1967), pp. 2-3.

Scaglione, Aldo, ‘Humanism vs. Universalism and Catholic vs. Protestant Education: The Case of Comenius,’ in Scaglione, Aldo, and Viola, Gianni Eugenio (eds.), The Image of the Baroque (= Studies in Italian Culture, 16) (New York et al.: Lang 1995), pp. 1-20.

Smith, Leonard Glenn, ‘John Amos Comenius,’ in Smith, Leonard Glenn, ‘For the Greater Glory of God: Religious Competition and Educational Improvement 1565-1650’, in Genovesi, Giovanni; Bjørg B. Gundem (eds.); History of Elementary School Teaching and Curriculum (Hildesheim: Lax, 1990), pp. 5-7.

Smolík, Josef, ‘Comenius: A Man of Hope in a Time of Turmoil,’ in Christian History, vol. 6, no. 1 (Worcester, PA, 1987), pp. 15-18.

—,      ‘Comenius on Justification and Sanctification,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 40 (Prague, 1998), pp. 137-144.

—,      ‘Comenius on Justification and Sanctification,’ in Opo?enský, Miland, and Réamonn, Páraic (eds.), Justification and Sanctification. In the Traditions of the Reformation. Prague V. The Fifth Consultation on the First and Second Reformation, Geneva, 13 to 17 February 1998 (Generva: World Allicance of Reformed Churches, 1999),  pp. 123-128.

Stárková, V?ra, ‘The Return of the First Great Exile,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 97-103.

Újszászy, Kálmán, ‘The Role of the Ecclesiastical Autorities and of the Princely Family in the Life of the Sárospatak School between 1650 and 1654,’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 45-50 [JAC, pp. 47-50].

Ulich, Robert, ‘John Amos Comenius,’ in Ulich, Robert, A History of Religious Education (New York: New York University Press, London: University of London Press, 1968), pp. 158-169, and: pp. 181-182, 208-209, 229-230, 292.

Urbánek, Vladímir, ‘Menius and Comenius,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 285-289.

Vrána, Karel, ‘The Ecumenical Sense of Culture in J. A. Comenius,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 162-173.

Westin, Gunnar, Negotiations about Church Unity 1628-1634. John Dury, Gustavus Adolphus, Axel Oxenstierna (Uppsala: Almquist and Wiksell, 1932), pp. 5, 8, 11-12, 16, 39, 70, 116, 119-120.

Wright, Charles James, Comenius and the Church Universal (London: Herbert Barber, [1941]), pp. 66.

 

VII. Politics and society

 

Andreae, Johann Valentin, Christianopolis. Introd. and transl. by Edward H. Tompson (Dordrecht, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999), pp. 13, 30-31, 42, 62, 89, 112, 118, 134, 138,  156-157, 172, 210, 224, 236, 244, 253, 261, 289-292, 295, 298, 300, 302, 312.

Batley, Edward M., ‘The Heritage of Comenius: Language Learning for International Understanding and World Peace,’ in Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp. 9-27.

Beach, Walter Greenwood, ‘The New World and the New View,’ in Beach, Walter Greenwood, The Growth of Social Thought (New York and Chicago: Scribner [1939] / Fort Washington, N. Y.: Kennikat Press, 1967), pp. 63?75.

Beer, Juergen, ‘Comenii Panegyricus Carolo Gustavo (1655): a Laudatory and Exhortatory Political Pamphlet Written for Charles X Gustavus of Sweden,’ AC, vol. 12, 1997, pp. 105-125.

—,      ‘Comenius’ Struggle with His Political Opponents,’ SCetH, vol. 67, 2002.

Begon, Joan Lluis Llinás, ‘Symbolism and Millenarianism in Comenius’ Didactica Magna,’ SCetH, vol. 67, 2002.

Beneš, Eduard, ‘The Place of Comenius in History as a Good European,’ in Needham (ed.),1942, pp. 1-9.

Brickman, William W., ‘Jan Amos Comenius (1592-1670), Cosmopolitan Citizen and Ecumenical Educator,’ School and Society, vol. 98 (New York, 1970), pp. 437-439.

?apek , Jan Blahoslav,‘Comenius’ National and Universal Characterology,’ AC, vol. 2, 1970, pp. 73-80.

?apková, Dagmar, ‘Comenius and Res humanae’, in Caravolas/Bibeau, 1996, pp. 93-101.

—,      ‘Comenius Celebrations at the End of 1957 and in 1958,’ in J. A. Comenius. Bulletin of Information, no. 4, 1957, pp. 21-22.

Dobiáš, František Mrázek, ‘Aspects of Social Ethics in the Works of J. A. Comenius,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 4, no. 1, and no. 2 (Prague, 1961), pp. 72-82, 181-191.

Ebor, William, ‘Introduction,’ in Wright, C. J., Comenius and the Church Universal (London, [1941]), p. 39.

Evans, Robert John Weston, The Making of the Habsburg Monarchy, 1550-1700 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, [1979], 1984, 1985), pp. 12-13, 78, 268, 292, 324, 334, 353, 395, 399.

Gontscharow, Nikolai K., ‘The Great Humanist John Amos Comenius,’ AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 17-24.

Gutek, Gerald, ‘Knowledge: The Road to Peace. As Comenius saw it, education was the best way out of the Thirty Years War,’ in Christian History, vol. 6, no. 1 (Worcester, PA, 1987), pp. 29-30.

Hill, Christopher, The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas during the English Revolution (London: Temple Smith, 1972), pp. 132, 232, 239, 241-242, 245, 299.

—,      Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution (Oxford: University Press, [1965], 1966, 1980), pp. 45, 58, 100-101, 103-108, 123, 128-129, 200, 212, 274-275, 284, 286, 293, 300, 308.

Holstun, James, A Rational Millennium. Puritan Utopias of Seventeenth-Century England and America (New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987), pp. 47-50, 61, 99-100, 132, 295-297, 299,  308-314, 336.

Hrbek, Jaromír, ‘Comenius and His Endeavours to Reform Human Society,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 17-20.

Hroch, Miroslav, ‘The World as a Labyrinth,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 25-30.

Hrubeš, Ji?í, ‘On the Panegyric of Comenius,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 247-253.

Jakobson, Roman, ‘The Czech Comenius,’ in Cross Currents. A Yearbook of Central European Culture (Ann Arbor, 1983), pp. 207-210.

James, Margaret, Social Problems and Policy During the Puritan Revolution 1640-1660 (London: George Routledge and Sons, [1930] / London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966), pp. 315-319, 321, 344, 389.

Jóboru, Magda, ‘Comenius’ Legacy,’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 157-159.

Kandel, Isaac Leon, ‘John Amos Comenius, Citizen of the World,’ School and Society, vol. 55 (New York: Society for the Advancement of Education, 1942), pp. 401-406.

Kokoschka, Oskar, ‘Comenius, the English Revolution, and Our Present Plight,’ in Needham, 1942, pp. 61-69.

Korthaase, Werner, ‘From Czech Patriot to European Citizen of the World: John Amos Comenius,’ in Kucha, Ryszard; Ochmanski, Marian, and Wykhrustsch, Anatoly W. (eds.), European Integration by Education: Traditions, Present Time and the Future (Lublin: Maria Curie-Sklodowska Press, 2003).

Krej?í, Vladimír, ‘Peaceful Arrangement of the World in the Teaching of J. A. Komenský,’ in Ko?a (ed.), 1992, pp. 94-98.

Krotky, ?tienne, ‘Comenius’ Sense of Universality, or Education for Everybody,’ CBC, vol. 7, no. 2, 1999, pp. 18-20.

Kumpera, Jan, ‘Jan Amos Comenius and the English Bourgeois Revolution,’ AC, vol. 4 (1), 1979, pp. 29-63.

—,      ‘A Revolutionary Utopia of the 17th Century: A Comparison of J. A. Comenius’ Political Thought and Ideas of James Harrington,’ AC, vol. 6, 1985, pp. 99-115.

—,      ‘Comenius’s Political Thought and Ideology of the English Republicanism,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 157-162.

—,      ‘The Last Attempt of the Czech Exile in Comenius’s Circle at the Reconquest of the Lands of the Bohemian Crown,’ in Pánek, Jaroslav (ed.), Husitství, Reformace, Renesance. Sborník k 60. narozeninám Františka Šmahela (Praha: Historický ústav, 1994), pp. 755-765.

—,      ‘Comenius and the Scientific Revolution of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries,’ in Actes/Proceedings 18th International Congress of Historical Sciences, VIIIe Congrès International des Sciences Historiques (Montreal: Départment d’histoire Université du Québec à Montréal, 1995), pp. 232-233.

—,      ‘Comenius’ Political and Social Thought on the Historical Background,’ in Ferranti, 1998, pp. 77-88.

Kuz’min, M. N., Pedagogical Work of J. A. Comenius in the Context of the Socio-Cultural Processes of his Time, in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 37-40.

Masaryk, Tomáš Garrigue, ‘Foreword,’ in Jakubec, Jan, Johannes Amos Comenius (Prague 1928), pp. 1-7.

Modern Problems Three Centuries Ago: A Tribute to Comenius,’ The Times Educational Supplement, no. 1376 (London, 1941), p. 433.

Mout, Marianne Elisabeth Henriette Nicolette, ‘A Letter of Mikuláš Drabík to the Earl of Pembroke (1664), AC, vol. 7 (1987), pp. 185-192.

—,      ‘Comenius, Pamphlets and Politic (Angelus Pacis and Dutch Pamphlet Literature on the Second Anglo-Dutch War /1665-1667/),’ in Pánek, 1991, pp. 107-116.

Poldauf, Ivan A., ‘John Amos Comenius and his Striving for Universal Progress,’ in Kyrašek, Ji?í, J. A. Comenius, Selections from His Works (Prague, 1964), pp. 5-16.

Polišenský, Josef, ‘Comenius, the Angel of Peace and the Netherlands in 1667’, AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 59-66.

—,      ‘Comenius and the 17th Century Social and Scientific Revolution,’ AC, vol. 2, 1970, pp. 139-145.

—,      ‘The Social and Political Premises of the Work of J. A. Comenius,’ AC, vol. 4/1, 1979, pp.5-26.

—,      ‘Comenius and the Revolutions of the 16th and 17th Centuries,’ AC, vol. 5, 1983, pp. 59-73.

—,      ‘J. A. Comenius and the Education towards Peaceful Cooperation,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 161-164.

—,      ‘J. A. Comenius (1592-1670). A Man of Hope in the Age of Labyrinths,’ in Pánek, 1991, pp. 25-34.

Popelová, Ji?ína, The Significance of Comenius (J. A. Komenský) for World Culture and the Peace Movement,’ in: Popelova, Ji?ína, Comenius (Jan Amos Komenský) (Prague, 1956), pp. 7-19.

—,      ‘Consultation Culminates the Endeavours of Comenius, in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 51-54.

Portas, Wenceslas, The Universal Revolution of the Atomic Age. Commemorating the 300th Anniversary of the Death of John Amos Comenius, ‘Great Teacher of Nations’’ (Jericho, N.Y.: Exposition Press, 1971), pp. 193.

Procházka, Martin, ‘Education and Exchange: Comenius and Samuel Hartlib,’ Litteraria Pragensia, vol. 5, no. 9 (Praha, 1995), pp. 32-37, ; and in Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp. 143-150.

Sadler, John Edward, ‘Comenius as an International Citizen,’ in Dobinson, 1970, pp. 60-75.

Schaller, Klaus, ‘J. A. Comenius’ Panorthosia’, in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 31-35.

—,      ‘Emendatio omnium—A Pedagogic or a Political Programme?’ in Bolgar, Robert Ralph (ed.) Classical Influences on Western Thought A. D. 1650-1870 (Cambridge: University Press, 1979), pp. 77-92.

Schenk, Wilhelm, The Concern for Social Justice in the Puritan Revolution (London, New York: Longmann, Green and Co., [1948] / Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1975), pp. 147-149.

Semotánov, Ji?í, and Semotánová, Milada, ‘Mental and Social Hygiene in the Work of J. A. Comenius with Special Reference to the Reform of Human Affairs,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 205-214.

Semrád, Ji?í, ‘From Comenius’s Conception of Creativity to the Conception in Contemporary Czechoslovak Marxist Pedagogy,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 185-187.

Skalková, Jarmila, J. A. Comenius and Today, in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 7-9.

Skutil, Jan, ‘Comenius’s ‘Labyrinth of the World’ as the Culmination of the Pedagogical, Didactic and Patriotic Ideas of Žerotín’s Apologia,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 125-129.

Spinka, Matthew, The Significance of John Amos Comenius for Our Age (Reprint from The American-Czechoslovak Fellowship, Autumn 1942).

Št??íková, Edita, ‘Jan Amos Comenius and Pieter Cornelisz Brederod,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 6 (Prague, 1963), pp. 308-310.

Thomson, Samuel Harrison, Czechoslovakia in European History, 2nd ed. (Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, [1943], 1944, 1953), X, 485 pp. [Cf. 109, 113, 204, 447-448].

Torres Marí, Francesc, ‘Friendship, Generosity and Justice in Comenius’ Consultatio,’ in Pšenák, Jozef, and Bugá?ová, Zuzana (eds.), De rerum humanarum emendatione consultatio catholica (Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 2001), pp. 59-63.

Trevor-Roper, Hugh Redwald, ‘Three Foreigners: The Philosophers of the Puritan Revolution,’ in Trevor-Roper, H. R., Religion, the Reformation and Social Change and other Essays (London, Melbourne: Macmillan [1967], 1972), pp. 237-293.

Trojan, Jakub S., ‘Comenius on Power,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 34, no. 3 (Prague, 1992), pp. 68-77.

Turnbull, George Henry, Samuel Hartlib with Special Regard to his Relations with J. A. Comenius [Diss. phil. University of Bonn] (London: Printed by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne, 1919).

—,      Samuel Hartlib: a Sketch of His Life and His Relations to J. A. Comenius (Oxford: University Press, London: Humphrey Milford, 1920).

—,      Hartlib, Dury and Comenius (Liverpool: University Press of Liverpool, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1947).

—,      ‘Introduction,’ in The Pansophiae diatyposis of Comenius and its Continuation, AC, vol. 2, 1957, pp. 113-126.

Urbánek, Vladimír, ‘J. A. Comenius’ Anti-Machiavellianism,’ AC, vol. 11, 1995, pp. 61-69.

—,      ‘The Network of Comenius’ Correspondents,’ AC, vol. 12, 1997, pp. 63-78.

Urfus, Valentin, ‘Jurisprudence in Comenius’s Times,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 97-104.

Vliet, Pauline van, ‘Comenius and the Education for Peace in the Netherlands,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 151-159.

—,      ‘The Utopian Ideas of Comenius and the Dutch Republic. An Uneasy Relation,’ in Vliet/Vanderjagt, 1994, pp. 85-92.

—,      ‘The Utopian Ideas of Comenius,’ in Colloquium Comenius and Descartes (Naarden, 1997), pp. 18-24.

—,      ‘Reflections on the Utopian Ideas of Comenius,’ in Ferranti, 1998, pp. 89-96.

Voigt, Uwe, ‘The Way of Light as Way towards Peace,’ SCetH, vol. 55-56, 1996, pp.116-122.

—,      ‘Peace as the Aim of History? Three European Positions: St. Augustine, Comenius, Kant,’ in Beck, Heinrich, and Schmirber, Gisela (eds.): Creative Peace Through Encounter of World Cultures (Delhi India: Sri Satguru Publications,1996), pp. 145-162.

Vrba, Zden?k, The Significance of Comenius’s Work for Present Peace Endeavour and for Peace Education,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 165-167.

Wittmann, Tibor, ‘The Image of the New World in the Didactical Works of Comenius,’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 69-77.

 

VIII. Education

 

Adamson, John William, ‘Bacon and Comenius,’ in Adamson, John William, Pioneers of Modern Education in the Seventeenth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1905] / New York: Teachers College Press 1971), pp. 46-57.

Armytage, Walter Harry Green, Four Hundred Years of English Education, 2nd ed. (Cambridge: University Press [1964], 1965, 1970), pp. 20-21, 24-25, 37.

Aubá, Jean ‘Comenius and the Organisation of Education,’ in Dobinson, 1970, pp. 52-59.

Bedná?, Miloslav, ‘Comenius’s Idea of Pampaedia and Plato’s Conception of Paideia,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 137-144.

Bowen, James, ‘The Comenian Vision: Utopia through Knowledge,’ in Bowen, James, A History of Western Education, vol. 3 (London: Methuen, 1981), pp. 83-91, and: 72-73, 94-95, 101, 113-114.

Brickman, William W., ‘Three Centuries of Comenius’ Contributions to Education,’ School and Society, vol. 86 (New York, 1958), pp. 192-194.

—,      ‘The Tercentenary of the Orbis Pictus,’ School and Society, vol. 86 (New York, 1958), p. 459.

Brubacher, John S., A History of the Problems of Education (New York, London: McGraw-Hill [1946], 1966), pp. 199-202.

Butts, R. Freeman, The Education of the West, 3rd. ed. (New York, St. Louis, [1947], 1973), pp. 212-215.

?apková, Dagmar, ‘The Recommendations of Comenius Regarding the Education of Young Children, in Dobinson, 1970, pp. 17-33.

—,      ‘The pedagogical Character of Comenius’ Pansophia in De Rerum Humanarum Emendatione Consultatio Catholica,’ The Durham Research Review, vol. 6 (Durham: Bailes and Sons, 1970), pp. 489-498.

—,      ‘J. A. Comenius’s Orbis Pictus in its Conception as a Textbook for the Universal Education of Children,’ Paedagogica Historica, vol. 10 (Ghent, 1970), pp. 5-27.

—,      Some Questions of the Integrity of Education and the Development of Man in Consultatio catholica,’ in Consultationes de consultatione, Prague, 1971, pp. 85-113.

—,      ‘English Historians of Education on Comenius,’ AC, vol. 1, 1970, pp. 269-270.

—,      ‘Pre-School Education in the Work of J. A. Comenius (Komenský),’ International Journal of Early Childhood, Journal International de l’Enfance Préscolaire […], vol. 2 (Oslo, 1970), pp. 1-7.

—,      ‘Some Educational Innovations as Proposed by J. A. Comenius (Komensky),’ Rozprawy z Dziejów o?wiaty, vol. 25 (Wroc?aw, Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Polskiej Akademii Nauk, 1983), pp. 137-146.

—,      ‘J. A. Comenius—Initiator of a Complex System of Education,’ AC, vol. 5, 1983, pp. 35-50.

—,      ‘On the Impact of J. A. Comenius to the Theory and Practice of Education,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská (1984), pp. 11-28.

—,      ‘Comenius on Emotional Education,’ Paedagogica Historica, vol. 24 (Ghent, 1984), pp. 37-50.

—,      ‘Comeniology,’ in Husen, Torsten, and Postlethwaite, T. Neville (eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Education, vol. 2 (Oxford, New York: Pergamon Press, 1985), pp. 826-830.

—,      ‘The First English Translation of Pampaedia,’ AC, vol. 8 (1989), pp. 211-213.

—,      ‘Some Important Ideas in Comenius’s System of Universal Education Throughout the Whole of Man’s Life,’  Paideia, vol. 16 (Wroc?aw, Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Polskiej Akademii Nauk, 1992), pp. 43-46.

—,      ‘Jan Amos Comenius, 1592-1670. An Introduction,’ Paedagogica Historica, vol. 28, no. 2 (Ghent, 1992), pp. 175-183.

—,      ‘Comenius: An Alternative,’ Paedagogica Historica, vol. 28, no. 2 (Ghent, 1992), 187-197.

—,      ‘Comenius, John Amos (1592-1670),’ in Chambliss, J. J., Philosophy of Education. An Encyclopedia (New York and London: Garland, 1997), pp. 93-97.

Caravolas, Jean-Antoine, ‘Comenius (Komenský) and the Theory of Language Teaching,’ AC, vol. 10, 1993, pp. 141-162.

—,      ‘Bathsua Makin and Jan Amos Comenius,’ SCetH, vol. 55-56, 1996, pp. 77-85.

Cipro, Miroslav, ‘Wisdom As a Complex Educational Aim in Comenius’s Concept,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 123-128.

Clementoni, Mario ‘Learning by Playing: A Comenius’ Idea as seen by a Contemporary Operator,’ in Ferranti, 1998, pp. 191-194.

Coggin, Philip A., Education for the Future. The Case for Radical Change (Oxford, New York: Pergamon Press, 1997), pp. 41-44, 53, 98, 118-119, 124, 140-145, 159, 169.

?ornejová, Ivana, ‘The Jesuit School and John Amos Comenius,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 82- 95.

Cregan, Donal Francis, ‘The Relevance of Comenius for Our Age,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 47-48.

Cubberley, Ellwood P., ‘Johann Amos Comenius,’ in Cubberley, Ellwood P., The History of Education (Cambridge: The Riverside Press, [1920] / Houghton Mifflin, 1948), pp. 408-416.

Dixon, Glen, ‘Applying Principles from Comenius’ Great Didactic to Early Childhood Education in Canada,’ in: Mišurcová, 1992, pp. 57-60.

Durkheim, Emile, The Evolution of Educational Thought (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1977), pp. 286-289.

Eby, Frederick, ‘John Amos Comenius, the Prophet of Modern Education,’ in Eby, Frederick, The Development of Modern Education in Theory, Organization, and Practice, 12th print. (New York: Prentice-Hall [1934], 1949), pp. 253-289.

Eller, Ernest M., ‘Comenius, Servant of Man and Father of Modern Education with His Handbook for Mothers: The School of Infancy,’ in Comenius, John Amos, The School of Infancy (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1956), pp. 1-53.

Good, Harry Gehman, ‘Comenius and the Present,’ School and Society, vol. 37, no. 962 (Lancaster, PA., 1933), pp. 710-711.

Gougher, Ronald L., A Note on the History of Janua Linguarum,’ History of Education Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 4 (1969), pp. 475-476.

Gundem, Bjørn Brandtzaeg, ‘Vivat Comenius: A Commemorative Essay on Johann Amos Comenius, 1592-1670,’ Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, vol. 8, no. 1 (1992-93), pp. 43-55.

Heidebrecht, Paul, ‘Learning from Nature: The Educational Legacy of Jan Amos Comenius,’ Christian History, vol. 6, no. 1 (Worcester, Pa., 1987), pp. 22-23.

Hofmann, Franz, ‘J. A. Comenius’s Educational System and its Significance for History,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 47-50.

Hohendorf, Gerd, ‘On the Influence of Ratichian and Comenian Theory of Education on School Method in Gotha Edited by Andreas Reyher in 1642,’ in: Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 77?82.

Jarman, Thomas Leckie, Landmarks in the History of Education (London: The Cresset Press, [1951], 1963, 1966, 1970), pp. 183-184, 191, 195-196.

J?va, Vladimír, ‘J. A. Comenius and His Striving for Universal Education,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 43-46.

Kandel, Isaac Leon [Rec.], ‘After Three Hundred Years. The Teacher of Nations. Ed. by Joseph Needham […], Cambridge, 1942,’ School and Society, vol. 57 (New York, 1943), 137-138.

Ködöböcz, József, ‘Comenius and Teacher Training at Sárospatak,’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 89-99.

Kopecký, Milan, ‘The Creative Art of Comenius in the Process of Education and Upbringing,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 119-123.

Kožmínová, Drahomíra, ‘Comenius’s Concept of the Play,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 129-133.

Krotky, Etienne, ‘The Relevance of J. A. Comenius’s Educational Thinking and Practice,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 95-101.

Kuli?, Václav, J. A. Comenius and Contemporary Psychodidactics, in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 177-178.

Kyrášek, Ji?í, ‘Epilogue,’ in Comenius, J. A., Selections from His Works (Prague: Státní pedagogické nakladatelství, 1964), pp. 143-164.

—,      ‘The Teaching of Comenius and Modern Education,’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 37-43.

Laurie, Simon Somerville, ‘Comenius, The Encyclopaedist and Founder of Method,’ in Laurie, S. S., Teachers’ Guild Addresses and the Registration of Teachers (London: Percival, 1892), pp. 169-201.

Lawrence, Elizabeth S., ‘Comenius,’ in Lawrence, Elizabeth S., The Origins and Growth of Modern Education (Harmondsworth, Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1970), pp. 95-103.

Lee, Sook Jong, ‘The Reinterpretation of John Amos Comenius and the Reconstruction of Education in Modern Society,’ SCetH, vol. 65-66, 2001, pp. 18-47.

Lockerbie, D. Bruce, ‘John Amos Comenius,’ in Lockerbie, Donald Bruce, A Passion for Learning. The History of Christian Thought on Education (Chicago: Moody Press, 1994), pp. 203-210, and pp. 184, 211-212, 226, 290, 301.

Marklund, Sixten, ‘School Stages and Student Development: An Application of Comenian Thinking,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 55-63.

May, P. R., “The Great Didactic’ and Moral Education Today,‘ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 189-190.

Mayer, Frederick, ‘The Age of Comenius,’ in Mayer, Frederick, Foundations of Education, 3rd print. (Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merril, 1965), pp. 31-36.

—,      ‘John Amos Comenius (1592-1670),’ in Mayer, Frederick (ed.), Road to Modern Education (New Haven, Conn.: College and University Press, 1966), pp. 164-190.

—,      ‘Comenius’, in Mayer, Frederick, A History of Educational Thought, 2nd ed. (Columbus, Ohio: [1960], 1966), pp. 229-237.

Meiklejohn, Alexander, ‘John Amos Comenius,’ in Meiklejohn, Alexander, Education between Two Worlds (New York and London: Harper and Brothers, [1942] / New York: Atherton Press, 1966), pp. 11, 13?25, 56-60, 124, 279-280, 287.

Meyer, Adolphe E., ‘Jan Amos Comenius,’ in Meyer, Adophe E., An Educational History of the Western World, 2nd ed. (New York, St. Louis: McGraw-Hill Book, [1965], 1972), pp. 247-254.

—,      ‘Jan Amos Comenius,’ in Meyer, Adolphe E., Grandmasters of Educational Thought (New York, St. Louis: MacGraw-Hill, [1965], 1975), pp. 110-123.

Michel, Gerhard, ‘The Concept of Classroom Teaching. Instruction in the Works of Comenius,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 71-75.

—,      ‘Comenius’ Pedagogics as a Pedagogics of Experience,’ in Caravolas/Bibeau, 1996, pp. 181-191.

Mištinová, Anna, ‘The Janua lingvarum reserata of Jan Amos Comenius and the Ianua linguarum of William Bathe,’ AC, vol. 14, 2000, pp. 53-86.

Monroe, Paul, ‘John Amos Comenius (1592-1670),’ in Monroe, Paul, A Text-Book in the History of Education (New York: Macmillan, [1905], 1918 / New York: AMS Press, 1970), pp. 480-496, and pp.409, 497-498, 506, 518, 520-521.

—,      Comenius and the Beginnings of Educational Reform London: W. Heinemann, 1900 / New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, [1900], 1907, 1912 / New York: Arno Press and the New York Times, 1971), pp. XI, 184.

Morgan, Harry, ‘John Amos Comenius,’ in Morgan, Harry, The Imagination of Early Childhood Education (Westport, Conn. and London: Bergin and Garvey, 1999), pp. 91-101, and: pp. 2, 5, 24, 47, 102, 108, 189.

Mothejzíková, Jarmila, ‘John Amos Comenius and His Significance for Foreign Language Teaching,’ in: Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp. 241-255.

Muhlhern, James, Comenius and his Works, in Muhlhern, James, A History of Education. A Social Interpretation (New York: The Ronald Press [1946], 1959), pp. 363-366.

Nakosteen, Mehdi, ‘John Amos Comenius,’ in Nakosteen, Mehdi, The History and Philosophy of Education (New York: The Ronald Press, 1965), pp. 279-289.

Nash, Paul, ‘The Pansophist: Comenius,’ in Nash, Paul, Models of Men (New York, London: John Wiley and Sons, [1968] / Malabar, Florida: Robert E. Krieger, 1983), pp. 203-232.

Nováková, Julie, ‘The Idea of School of Infancy’, AC, vol. 4/2, 1979, pp. 407-409.

Oryshkewych, Ostap E., ‘John Amos Comenius (Komensky),’ in: Oryshkewych, Ostap E., Education, vol. V: The History of World Education (Washington, D.C.: St. Josaphat’s Pedagogical Institute and Seminary, [1978], 1982), pp. 232-244.

Peltzman, Barbara Ruth, ‘Johann Amos Comenius (1592-1670),’ in Peltzmann, Barbary Ruth, Pioneers of Early Childhood Education. A Bio-bibliographical Guide (Westport, Conn. and London: Greewood Press, 1998), pp. 1-2.

Perkinson, Henry J., ‘Comenius’s Didactic,’ in Perkinson, Henry J., Since Socrates (New York, London: Longman, 1980), pp. 50-73.

Piaget, Jean, ‘The Significance of John Amos Comenius at the Present Time,’ in John Amos Comenius 1592-1670. Selections. Introd. by Jean Piaget (Paris: UNESCO, 1957), pp. 11-31.

—,      John Amos Comenius on Education (New York: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1967), pp. 1-31.

—,      ‘Jan Amos Comenius (1592-1670)’, Prospects. Quarterly review of Education, vol. 23, no.1-2 (Paris, 1993), pp. 173-189.

Pope, James Drake, ‘Comenius Speaks to Modern Man,’ School and Society, vol. 98 (New York: Society for the Advancement of Education, 1970), pp. 440-445.

Pounds, Ralph L., The Development of Education in Western Culture (New York: Appleton, Century, Crofts, 1968), pp. 138, 151, 154-55.

Power, Edward John, ‘Comenius: The Champion of Realism,’ in Power, Edward, Evolution of Educational Doctrine (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1969), pp. 219-243.

—,      ‘John Amos Comenius (1592-1670),’ in Power, Edward J., Main Currents in The History of Education, 2nd ed. (New York: MacGraw-Hill, [1962], 1970), pp. 422-433.

—, A Legacy of Learning. A History of Western Education (Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1991), pp. 195-198, 199, 201.

Price, Kingsley, ‘Comenius,’ in Price, Kingsley, Educational and Philosophical Thought, 2nd (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1967), pp. 201-250.

P?ívratská, Jana, ‘Language Teaching in the Pedagogical System of Comenius,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 182-184.

Procházka, Martin, ‘Education and Exchange: Comenius and Samuel Hartlib,’ Litterarity Pragensia, vol. 5, no. 9 (Praha, 1995), pp. 32-37.

Pr?cha, Jan, ‘The Difficulty of Instructional Text in the Light of the Views of J. A. Comenius,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 179-182.

Rabecq, Marie-Madeleine, ‘Comenius: Apostle of Modern Education and of World Understanding,’ The UNESCO Courier, vol. 1957, no. 11 (New York: UNESCO, 1957), pp. 4-15.

Reed, James E., and Prevost, Ronnie, ‘John Amos Comenius and Sense Realism,’ in Reed, James E., and Prevost, Ronnie, A History of Christian Education (Nashville, Tenn.: Broadman and Holman, 1992), pp. 229-240, and: pp. 184-185, 241, 282-283, 289, 290, 345.

Ross, Ingrid, ‘Orbis Pictus to Hypertext,’ CBC, vol. 3, no. 1, 1995, pp. 4-7

Rou?ek, Joseph Slabey, ‘Jan Amos Komenský: The Spiritual Founder of Modern Masonic Movement,’ Zeitschrift fuer Religions- und Geistesgeschichte, vol. 15, no. 4 (Köln, 1963), pp. 371-376.

Rýdl, Karel, ‘John Amos Comenius in the Development of European Pedagogical and Philosophical Thinking in the 18th Century,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 171-179.

Sadler, John Edward, J. A. Comenius and the Concept of Universal Education (London: Allen and Unwin, 1966), pp. 318.

—,      ‘Comenius as an Educational Thinker,’ in Heydorn, Heinz-Joachim (ed.), Jan Amos Comenius. Geschichte und Aktualität 1670-1970, vol. 1 (Glashuetten: Detlef Auvermann, 1971), pp. 59-71.

Schaller, Klaus, ‘The Didactic of J. A. Comenius Between Instruction Technology and Pansophy,’ in Hopmann, Stefan, and Riquarts, Kurt (eds.): Didactik and/or Curriculum (Kiel: IPN, Institut fuer die Pädagogik der Naturwissenschaften an der Universität Kiel, 1995), pp. 57-69.

Sharma, Amiya Bhushan, ‘The Rejection of Comenius and the Course of Education,’ in: Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp.173-189.

Sommerville, C. John, The Discovery of Childhood in Puritan England (Athens and London: The University of Georgia Press, 1992), p. 38.

Srogo?, Tomáš, ‘Comenius’s Basic Principles of Teaching and Present-Day Didactics,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 107-111.

Stránský, Hugo, ‘Rabbi Judah Loew of Prague and Jan Amos Comenius. Two Reformers of Education,’ in: Bušek, 1972, pp. 104-116.

Štverák, Vladimír, ‘The Influence of the Work of J. A. Comenius in  the 18th Century,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 339-346.

Suchodolski, Bogdan ‘Comenius and Teaching Methods,’ in: Dobinson, 1970, pp. 34-51.

—,      ‘Lifelong Education at the Crossroads,’ in: Cropley, Arthur John (ed.), Lifelong Education: A Stocktaking (= UIE Monographs. 8), Hamburg: UNESCO Institute for Education, 1979), pp. 36?49.

Tomiak, Janusz J., ‘Comenius and the Notion of a Differentiated Analysis of Education,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 177-183.

Trim, John L. M., The Gate of Languages and its Threshold,’ in Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp. 46-63, and in CBC, vol. 7, no. 1, 1999, pp. 10-20.

Turek, A., ‘Schools in the Pampaedia of J. A. Comenius,’ The Durham Research Review, no. 2 (London, 1951), pp. 49-60.

Turnbull, George Henry, ‘Johann Mochinger’s Opinion of the Didactica Magna of Comenius,’ in V?stník Královské ?eské spole?nosti nauk, T?ída filosoficko-historicko-filologická, vol. 1950, no. 2 (Praha: Nákladem Královské ?eské spole?nosti nauk, 1951), pp. 1-15.

Turner, James, ‘The Visual Realism of Comenius,’ History of Education, vol. 1, no. 2 (Newton Abbot, 1972), pp. 113-138.

Ulich, Robert, ‘John Amos Comenius (1592-1670),’ in Ulich, Robert, History of Educational Thought (New York, Cincinnati: American Book Comp. [1945], 1950), pp. 188-199.

(ed.), ‘Comenius 1592-1670,’ in Ulich, Robert Three Thousand Years of Educational Wisdom (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, [1948], 6th printing 1959), pp. 339-346.

Walterová, Eliška, ‘The Ideas of J. A. Comenius as Seminal for Solving Problems Concerning the Content of Education Today,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 189-190.

Webster, Charles, Samuel Hartlib and the Advancement of Learning (Cambridge: University Press, 1970), pp. 7-10, 14-42, 60, 67-68, 91, 96, 107-110, 132, 198, 208-210.

Yates, Frances Amelia, The Art of Memory (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press and London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966), pp. 377-378.

 

 

 

IX. Linguistics and literary studies

 

Bakos, József, ‘On Comenius the Philologist, in View of the Linguistic, Terminological and Textological Problems Relating to Hungarian. (Topical problems of Comenius-philology in Hungary),’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 145-155.

Beneš, Ji?í, ‘Lexicography in the Theory and Practice of Comenius,’ AC, vol. 5, 1983, pp. 143-155.

—,      ‘Letters and Relations—One of the Strata of the Manuscripts Clamores Eliae,’ AC, vol. 12, 1997, pp. 79-84.

Boyle, R. C., ‘Preface,’ in Comenius, John Amos, Panglottia or Universal Language. Trans. from the Latin by A. M. O. Dobbie (Shipston-on-Stour, 1989), pp. VII-II.

Brekle, Herbert Ernst, ‘The Seventeenth Century,’ in Sebeok, Thomas Albert (ed.), Current Trends in Linguistics, vol. 13, Historiography of Linguistics (The Hague, etc. Mouton 1975), pp. 278-382. [318-324: ‘Johann Amos Comenius on Language’; cf. 302-305, 312, 315, 352-353]

?apková, Dagmar, ‘The Newest Method of Language,’ AC, vol. 24 (1970), pp. 237-240.

—,      ‘In Memoriam of A. M. O. Dobbie, the First Translator of Comenius’ Consultatio Catholica into English,’ AC, vol. 12, 1997, pp. 369-371.

Caravolas, Jean A., ‘Comenius: Unlocking the Gate of Language,’ Harvard Educational Review, vol. 51, no. 2 (Cambridge, Mass., 1981), pp. 309-313.

,      ‘The 350 Years of the Novissima Linguarum Methodus,’ CBC, vol. 6, no. 1, 1998, pp. 2-5.

?iževsky, Dmitry, ‘Comenius’ Labyrinth of the World: Its Themes and Their Sources,’ Harvard Slavic Studies, vol. 1. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1953), pp. 83-135.

Coudert, Allison, ‘Comenius and a Universal Language,’ in Coudert, Allison, Some Theories of Natural Languages from the Renaissance to the Seventeenth Century, in Magia naturalis und die Entstehung der modernen Naturwissenschaften. Symposion der Leibniz-Gesellschaft Hannover, 14. und 15. November 1975 (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, 1978), pp. 95-100.

Cram, David, ‘J. A. Comenius and the Universal Language Scheme of George Dalgarno,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 181-187.

—,      and Maat, Jaap, ‘Comenius, Dalgarno and the English Translations of the Janua Linguarum,’ SCetH, 26, vol. 55-56, 1996, pp. 148-160.

DeMott, Benjamin, ‘Comenius and the Real Character in England,’ PMLA: Publications of The Modern Language Association of America), vol. 70, no. 5 (Menasha, Wis., 1955), pp. 1068-1081.

—,      ‘The Sources and Development of John Wilkins’ Philosophical Language,’ The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, vol. 57 (Urbana: The University of Illinois, 1958), pp. 1, 4-5, 7, 10-11.

Dobbie, A. M. O., ‘Comments on the Pampaedia and Panorthosia of Comenius from the Point of View of the Translator,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 427-430.

—,      ‘On Discovering the Consultation of Johannes Amos Comeniusin English,’ in Kyralová-P?ív-ratská, 1989, pp. 253-259.

Dolezal, Fredric, ‘The Transmission of Knowledge and the Development of Language Theory in Seventeenth Century Europe. Comenius in English Translation,’ SCetH, vol. 38, 1989, pp. 62-67.

—,      A structural Analysis and Comparison of Orbis Sensualium Pictus (1657) and An Essay towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 189-195.

Eco, Umberto, ‘Comenius,’ in Eco, Umberto, The Search for the Perfect Language (Oxford, Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1995), pp. 214-216.

Formigari, Lia, Language and Experience in 17th-Century British Philosophy (Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Comp., 1988), pp.18, 20, 51, 54, 69, 75, 82-87, 89-90, 141.

Fraser, Russel, The Language of Adam. On the Limits and Systems of Discourse (New York: Columbia University Press, 1977), pp. XI, 2, 14-16, 22, 33-35, 40, 44, 73, 77, 87, 103, 139, 143, 219, 225, 239, 261.

Hawkins, Eric, ‘Jan Komensky:‘Teacher of Nations’,’ in Hawkins, Eric, Listening to Lorca. A Journey in Language (London: CiLT, Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research, 1996), pp. 192-215, and pp. 4, 191, 216, 255, 275-276, 279.

Huellen, Werner, ‘Picturae sunt totius mundi icones. Some Deliberations on Lexicography, Ars Memorativa and the Orbis Sensualium Pictus,’ AC, vol. 10, 1993, pp. 129-162.

—,      ‘Johann Joachim Becher (1635-1682), a little known Opponent of Comenius’ Theory of Language and Language Learning,’ Historiographia Linguistica, vol. 23, no. 1-2 (Amsterdam, 1996), pp. 73-88.

—,      ‘The Orbis Sensualium Pictus and the Tradition of Medieval Foreign Language Teaching,’ in Steiner, 1998, pp. 155-170.

—,      ‘The case of Johannes Amos Comenius,’ in Huellen, Werner, English Dictionaries 800-1700 (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1999), pp. 361-430.

Janota, P?emysl, ‘The Dutch Language in the Work of J. A. Comenius,’ AC, vol. 4/2, 1979, 353-361.

Jones, Richard Foster, The Triumph of the English Language (Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Press, 1953), pp.  278-283, 285, 293, 301, 306, 310.

Knowlson, James, Universal Language Schemes in England and France 1600-1800 (Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1975), pp. 4, 6, 8, 10-12, 14-15, 31-34, 36, 39, 43, 51-5255-57, 74-75, 77, 84, 87-88, 96-97, 130, 132, 227, 272-273.

Kopecký, Milan, ‘John Amos Comenius as a Theoretician of Literature,’ AC, vol. 9, 1991, pp. 99-110.

Ku?era, Karel, ‘An Analysis of the Vocabulary of The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Hart by Comenius,’ AC, vol. 4/2, 1979, pp. 329-352.

Kullová, Jana, ‘Comenius’s Didactica and the First Spanish Theoretician of Translation,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 299-301.

Lehár, Jan, ‘‘Labyrint sv?ta’ (‘The Labyrinth of the World’) and ist Charakters,’ AC, vol. 4/1, 1979, pp. 225-251.

Lesnik-Oberstein, Karín, Children’s Literature. Chriticism and the Fictional Child (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994), pp. 52-53, 56-57, 65-72, 74, 77-82, 92, 107, 182.

Lunden, Siri Sverdrup, ‘J. A. Comenius and Russian Lexicography,’ Russian Linguistics, 2 (Dordrecht-Holland: Reidel Publ. Comp., 1975), pp. 47-60.

Miškovská, Vlasta Ta?ana, ‘Comenius’s Poem in the Mausoleum Mauritianum,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 4, no. 3-4 (Prague, 1961), pp. 309-315.

—,      ‘Comenius (Komensky) on Lexical Symbolism in an Artificial Language,’ Philosophy, The Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, vol. 37 (London: Macmillan, July 1962), pp. 238-244.

—,      ‘Unknown Verses by Comenius,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 3 (Prague, 1960), pp.184.

—,      [Miškovská-Kozáková] ‘Elements of Syntaxis in the Constructed Language of Comenius,’ in Consultationes de consultatione, Prague, 1970, pp. 119-139.

—,      ‘Comenius’s Linguistic Theory and Experiment,’ AC, vol. 4/2, 1979, pp. 291-318.

Nováková, Julie, ‘Comenius’ De Rerum Humanarum Emendatione Consultatio Catholica from a Philologist’s Point of View’, AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, pp. 213-220.

Padley, George Arthur, ‘Grammatical Theory in Western Europe 1500-1700. The Latin Tradition (Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge University Press, 1976), pp. 13, 144-149, 152, 159, 184, 188-190, 194, 196-197, 236.

—,                                                               ‘Comenius,’ in idem, Grammatical Theory in Western Europe 1500-1700: Trends in Vernacular Grammar, vol. 1 (Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge University Press, 1985), pp. 336-349. [Cf. 5, 22, 99, 105, 108-109, 119, 153, 156, 159, 175-177, 248-249, 325, 336-349,  353, 357-359, 364, 383].

—,                                                               Grammatical Theory in Western Europe 1500-1700, vol. 2 (Cambridge etc.: Cambridge University Press, 1988), pp. 67-68.

Peska, V., ‘Comenius (1592-1670),’ in Benoit-Dusausoy, Annick, and Fontaine, Guy: History of European Literature (London and New York: Routledge, 2000), pp. 286-289.

P?ívratská, Jana, ‘Panglottia—the Universal Reform of Language,’ AC, vol. 5, 1983, pp. 133-142.

—,                                                               ‘The Methodological Approach in the Linguistic Studies of Comenius,’ AC, vol. 7, 1987, pp. 91-102.

—,                                                               ‘On the Function of Language in the General Consultation of Comenius,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 175-179.

—,                                                               ‘On Comenius’ Universal Language,’ in Niederehe, Hans-Josef, and Koerner, Konrad (eds.),  History and Historiography of Linguistics. Papers from the Fourth International Conference on the History of the Language Science (ICHoLS IV), Trier, 24-28 August 1987 (Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Comp., 1990), pp. 349-355.

—,                                                               ‘The Pedagogical Aspect of Comenius’s Language Theory,’ in Law, Vivien, and Huellen, Werner (eds.), Linguists and Their Diversions. A Festschrift for R. H. Robins on His 75th Birthday. (Muenster, 1996), pp. 141-150.

P?ívratská, Jana, and P?ívratský, Vladimír, ‘Language as the Product and Mediator of Knowledge: The Concept of J. A. Comenius,’ in Greengrass, Mark; Leslie, Michael, and Raylor, Timothy (eds.), Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation: Studies in Intellectual Communication (Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 162-173.

Salmon, Vivian, ‘Language-Planning in Seventeenth-Century England; Its Context and Aims,’ in Bazell, C. E.; Catford, J. C.; Halliday, M. A. K., and Robins, R. H., In Memory of J. R. Firth (London: Langmans, 1966), pp. 371-382, 384-386, 390-391, 393-397.

—,      The Works of Francis Lodwick. A Study of His Writings in the Intellectual Context of the Seventeenth Century (London, etc.; Longman, 1972), pp. 26, 40, 49, 60, 75, 90, 124-125, 127, 141.

—,      The Study of Language in 17th-Century England (Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Comp., [1979], 1988), pp. 4, 7, 13, 16, 21, 31, 41-42, 44, 85, 100, 124, 130-145, 149-156.

Škarka, Antonín, ‘Jan Amos Komenský from the Standpoint of Literary Science,’ AC, vol. 4/1, 1979, pp. 201-216.

Sousedík, Stanislav, ‘Universal Language in the Work of John Caramuel, a Contemporary of Comenius,’, AC, vol. 9, 1991, pp. 149-157.

Sychrová, Hana, ‘Language as One of the Means of ‘the Reform of Human Affairs’ and its Function in the World of Scientific and Technological Revolution,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 365-375.

Sz?pe, György, ‘Comenius as an applied Linguist,’ in Hendrich/Procházka, 1998, pp. 326-335.

Tomiak, J. J., ‘The Earliest Texts by Jan Amos Komenský printed in the English Language: Their Origin, Substance and Impact,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 247-252.

 

X. Music and arts

 

?apek, Jan Blahoslav, ‘Comenius and Mannerism?,’ AC, vol. XXV (1), 1969, p. 245.

Drápela, Milan V., ‘The Map of Moravia in the Works of John Amos Comenius,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 114-123.

Hýbl, František, ‘Comenius’ Map of Moravia,’ in Digitalisace Komenián, 2002, pp. 47-48.

Kolárová, Eva, ‘John Amos Comenius and the Theatre,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 235-241.

Kouba, Jan, ‘Komenský, Jan Amos,‘ in Sadie, Stanley (ed.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd ed., vol. 13 (New York: Grove, 2001), p. 763.

Kral, Joseph George, ‘Comenius,’ The Theatre. A Monthly Review of the Drama, Music, and the fine Arts, vol. 19, New Series, London, 1892, pp. 195-196.

Miškovská, Vlasta Ta?ána, ‘Comenius at the Crossroads,’ Communio viatorum, vol. 3, no. 4 (Prague, 1965), pp. 229-234.

Rothe, Daria, ‘Kokoschka’s Comenius,’ Cross Currents. A Yearbook of Central European Culture, vol. 2 (Ann Arbor, 1983), pp. 211-221.

Šebor, Miloš M., ‘Comenian Pansophia: Geographic Comments,’ in: Bušek, 1972, pp. 87-92.

Semontán, Ji?í, and Semontánová, Milada, ’Mental and Social Hygiene in the Work of J. A. Comenius with Special Reference to the Reform of Human Affairs,’ AC, vol. 3, 1972, pp. 205-213.

Semontánová, Milada, ‘J. A. Comenius’s Contribution to Medicine, and Health Care in General,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1989, pp. 209-214.

Settari, Olga, ‘John Amos Comenius: Musicologist, Pedagogue and Hymnographer,’ in Peško- vá/Cach, 1991, pp. 157-165.

—,      ‘Protestant Music Tradition in Moravia: The Hymnographic Activities of Jan Blahoslav and Jan Amos Comenius,’ Paedagogica Historica, vol. 28, no. 2 (Ghent, 1992), pp. 297-307.

—,      ‘Music and Music Education in Comenius’ Didactic and Hymnographic Works,‘ in: Ferranti, 1998, pp. 177-189.

—,      ‘The Views on Music of Descartes and Comenius,’ CBC, vol. 9, no. 1-2, 2001, pp. 15-22.

Špa?ková, Olga, ‘Comenius’s Poetry in the Music of Iša Krej?í,’ in Pešková/Cah, 1991, pp. 166-167.

Sviták, Ivan, ‘Comenius the Dramatist (J. A. Comenius: Diogenes Cynicus Redivivus),’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 117-134.

Urzidil, Johannes, ‘Comenius’ Meeting with Hollar in London,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 135-139.

Uždil, Jaromír, ‘Comenius, a Great Initiator of Esthetic Education,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 146-155.

Walló, Olga, ‘John Amos Comenius through the Eyes of Oskar Kokoschka,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 243-247.

Young, John, ‘‘To Leave No Problem Unsolved’: The New Mathematics as a Model for Pansophy,’ AC, vol. 12, 1997, pp. 85-95 [Comenius, pp. 85, 87, 90, 92-93].

 

XI. Countries

 

Acheson, Reed, ‘Traces of Comenius in America 1635-1735,’ CBC, vol. 5, no. 2, 1997, pp. 11-20.

Bedná?ová, T. J., ‘The Pedagogical Views of J. A. Comenius in the Pedagogical Literature of the Soviet Ukraine’, in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 139-141.

Bie?kowski, Tadeusz, Some Notes on the Comeniology in Poland in Recent Years, in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 137-138.

Boyd, William, ‘John Amos Comenius and German Education,’ in Boyd, William, and King, Edmund J., The History of Western Education, 10. ed. (London: Adam and Charles Black, [1921], 1972), pp. 241-254, and pp. 246-248, 250-253, 260, 269-271.

Bradbrook, B. R., ‘Comenius in England,’ in Bušek, 1972, pp. 19-32.

Brambora, Josef, ‘The Significance of Comenius’ Stay at Sárospatak in the Evolution of his Pedagogic and Pansophic Concepts,’ in Földes/Mészáros, 1973, pp. 25-29.

?apková, Dagmar, ‘Comenius and Universal Education in His Native Country,’ in Frijhoff, Willem (ed.), L’Offre d’École, The Supply of Schooling. Actes du Troisième colloque international Sèvres, 27-30 septembre 1981, Proceedings of the Third International Conference at Sèvres, 27-30 September 1981 (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique, 1983), pp. 141-151.

—,      ‘The Importance of Slovakia for the Preservation of the Comenius Tradition and for the Knowledge of His Work in the Czech National Renascence,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 199-211.

Caravolas, Jean, ‘Diderot and Comenius,’ CBC, vol. 6, no. 2, 1998, pp. 23-25.

Conant, James Bryant, ‘Comenius and Harvard,’ in Needham, 1942, p. 40.

?uma, Andrej, ‘The Estimation of the Great Didactic of J. A. Comenius by the Russian Educationalists in the Second Half of the 19th Century,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 89-93.

Dunn, Richard S., Puritans and Yankees. The Winthrop Dynasty of New England 1630-1717 (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1962), pp. 71-72, 125.

Eiriksson, Hallfredur Örn, and Kade?ková, Helena, ‘The History of Janua linguarum in Iceland,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 289-297.

Frijhoff, Willem, ‘Peter De la Court and Comenius‘ Third Visit to Holland (1642),’ AC, vol. 8, pp. 183-192.

Gavit, John Palmer, ‘The Torch of Komenský. Czechoslovaks—A People With a Passion for Education,’ The Survey, vol. 63, no. 11, New York, 1929-1930, pp. 637-641.

Havránek, Jan, ‘Celebrations of Comenius’s Anniversary in 1892,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 221-230.

Hendrich, Josef, ‘Was Comenius Actually Summoned to England by Parliament?’ The Central European Observer, A Weekly Review, vol. 5, no. 5 (Praha, January 28, 1927), pp. 67-69.

Hermans, An, ‘The Interest in Joannes [!] Amos Comenius in Belgium during the Second Half of the 19th Century: an Exploratory Study,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratska, 1984, pp. 131-135.

Hobrlant, Vladimír, The Golden Age in the Netherlands and Johan [!] Amos Comenius (Naarden: Comenius Museum, 2001), pp. 71.

Hu?á?ek, Václav, ‘About the Legacy of Comenius’s Thoughts in Russia,’ in Pešková/Cach, 1991, pp. 303-313.

Husén, Torsten, ‘Comenius and Sweden: A Personal Account,’ in Kyralová/P?ívratská, 1984, pp. 29-35.

Kováts, Daniel ‘Comenius at Sárospatak’, in Ferranti, 1998, pp. 23-34.

Kulesza, Wojciech, ‘Comenius and the Brazilian Education,’ SCetH, vol. 41, 1990, pp. 160-163.

Kumpera, Jan, ‘A Discussion on Education and English Society in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, AC, vol. 4 (2),1979, pp. 363-366.

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