Freedom to use our texts

We strongly believe that human thought, by definition the primary form of art, should not be
bound to any constraints, where possible, neither to any duplication nor to the free circulation.
As former teachers, we have no fear in accepting that what we write here is used and even
copied as a whole by others and reproduced on other websites, articles, books, or used for
teaching and even quoted by any parties. politicians or anyone else who judged what is read
here deserving.
We do not, in any way, limit the right of reproduction nor do we make it subject to our prior
written acceptance, neither we do claim the right to mention the source.
Thought is a gift, and as such we are only the bearers of a unique tool that it is our moral and
ethical duty to bring to the knowledge of the widest stage of users.
Anyone who recognize themselves in the foregoing will therefore be able to freely draw
inspiration from our texts, comments, articles and, perhaps, on a purely 'voluntary' basis, will
decide and give us ‚thumb up‘ that they have deemed these thoughts worthy of a greater echo.
We will have achieved our goal.
The following technicians have cooperated in developing the LRHJ, a.s. website, and we would like to thank them: Samuel Kovár, Luca Vizzi, Barbora Gajdošová, and
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