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Petříčkovy symboly a limity filozofie

Mám Miroslava Petříčka rád. Je mi sympatický typ filozofie, který dělá i způsob jakým ho dělá. Těší mě i to, že se neodvrací od analýzy současné doby jako takové, na rozdíl od grekorománského staromilství typického pro většinu moderní české filozofie.

Lukeš D. Petříčkovy symboly a limity filozofie. Prague; 2001.

Review of 'Adventures of Dunno' by Nikolai Nosov

This week Lydia Moore and Dominik Lukeš start a series on lesser-known children’s literature with a discussion of a classic of Soviet children’s literature Nikolai Nosov’s Adventures of Dunno and His Friends.

Lukeš D. Review of 'Adventures of Dunno' by Nikolai Nosov. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.

Review of 'Shogun' by James Clavell

Lydia Moore is joined by Dominik Lukeš to talk about James Clavell’s Shogun and its treatment of inter-cultural relations. This begins a theme of popular books that have serious implications of academic studies of similar subjects.

Lukeš D. Review of 'Shogun' by James Clavell. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.

Alternative narrative forms 1: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

This week Lydia Moore talks to Dominik Lukeš about Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, a US television show with literary qualities. This begins another mini-theme, this time on alternative narrative forms.

Lukeš D. Alternative narrative forms 1: Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.

Alternative narrative forms 2: Fanfiction

Lydia Moore and Dominik Lukeš continue their discussion of nontraditionally published narrative literature with a look at Katharyn Rosser’s fanfiction novel Sidestep Chronicle. You can read the whole work online. Other interesting works of fanfiction can be found at Fanfiction.net.

Lukeš D. Alternative narrative forms 2: Fanfiction. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.
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