this issue is published with a delay, but it enabled us to collect interesting and inspiring texts.
Ondřej Zavadil in his article Virtus Fortitudo examines the concept of bravery on several important medieval texts. David Krámský in his article Embodied Mind and Neurosciences has tried to suggest some areas in which natural science engaged in human consciousness may use the results of phenomenological research. Světlana Machová develops Comenius’ concept of light path from his work Via lucis, using methods of the cognitive linguistics.
Apart from these studies, readers may find a book review Temporality and Mortality I. Essays on Temporal Constitution of Human Existence, as well as a report from the conference Contexts of Philosophy of Education in Historical and Contemporary Perspective, which took place 28th and 29th October 2010 in Castle Smolenice near Trnava in Slovak Republic. Outstanding life jubilee of Ilona Semrádová is reminded by Jana Králová.