Beiträge zur Pädagogik
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Schriften zur Comenius-Forschung
Published on behalf of the German Comenius Society, by Andreas Fritsch, Andreas Lischewski and Uwe Voigt.
The Comenius Yearbook is an interdisciplinary and international publication for all research dealing in the broadest sense with the cultural, intellectual and religious history of the 16th and 17th centuries in particular. It takes into account both their historical preconditions and their impact in the modern age, with a focus on developments in Central Europe as well as the neighbouring regions to the east and south-east.
One of the most important early modern polymaths, the Bohemian-Moravian educator, humanist and theologian Johann Amos Comenius (1592-1670), serves as the eponym. As an exile, he travelled throughout Europe and was in contact with many outstanding scientists, politicians and theologians of his time. At the same time, he attempted to integrate the knowledge of the time into a comprehensive doctrine of wisdom, which he called Pansophia. On its basis, he ultimately wanted to bring about a Panorthosia, a comprehensive improvement of human affairs through far-reaching reforms in science, politics and religion. The Comenius Yearbook is also committed to a critical and constructive engagement with this concern.