This paper is part of a postgraduate research project examining the possibilities and limits of e-learning. The aim of this study is a philosophical reflection on e-learning during the Covid-19 pandemic from the perspective of the Czech philosophy of education and phenomenology. E-learning has become an integral part of the educational process in recent years, especially due to the Covid-induced lockdowns between 2020 and 2022. Based on the background of the Czech philosophy of education, this paper examines the characteristics, possibilities, (...) and limits of the e-learning method. (shrink)
It is the editorial for the first issue of the second volume of the journal Theology and Philosophy of Education. The journal’s logo is described and interpreted here in the context of the journal’s aim. All the texts of the offered issue are briefly introduced here.