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Jan Amos Komenský

Johano Amos Comenius

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Published: 1921
Language: Esperanto
Wordcount: 6,771 / 28 pg
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 1,250
Added to site: 2007.06.28
mnybks.net#: 17466
Genre: Biography
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ricevis Komensky de Hartlib (somero 1641) inviton, ke li venu Anglion por signifoplena laboro, gloranta kaj honoranta Dion. Alveninte Londonon Komensky nur tiam eksciis de la amikoj, ke li estis invitita de la parlamento mem, por fondi pansofian kolegion, en kiu li kun 12 scienculoj laborus je la progreso de la sciencoj. Tiun sukceson atingis Hartlib helpe de potencaj amikoj cxe la nove kunvokitaj parlamentanoj, cxe kiuj tiam aperis forte la emo, ne nur plibonigi ekzistantajn malordojn en la regno, sed ankaux subteni la progresemajn ideojn, kiuj tiam estis sennombraj. Bedauxrinde, la ribelo de katolikaj Irlandanoj kontraux Angloj prokrastis la tujan efektivigon de la grandioza propono de Hartlib.

9. Komensky uzis liberan tempon en Londono dum vintro 1641-2 preparante detalan planon nomitan "Via Lucis" (Vojo de la lumo) por la intencita kolegio. Li montras en gxi kiamaniere penis la homaro liberigxi el la mallumo de la erardoktrinoj, en kiuj gxi kvazaux dronigxis post perdo de la kredo je la vera Dio.

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6 Billion people on earth, 'possibly' 2 million esperanto speakers. Why translate a book into esperanto? It is csalled a 'constructed' language, in other words 'made up' waste of catalog space on an important subject.


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