Koncepcja konwiktów dla ubogiej szlachty w ustawach Komisji Edukacji Narodowej

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Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Language:
Lenkų kalba / Polish
Title:
Koncepcja konwiktów dla ubogiej szlachty w ustawach Komisji Edukacji Narodowej
Alternative Title:
Concept of dormitories (convictus) for poor nobility in the legislation of the Commission of National Education
Notes:
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Abiejų Tautų Respublika (ATR; Rzeczpospolita Obojga Narodów; Žečpospolita; Sandrauga; Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth); Edukacinė komisija; Edukacinė sistema; Konviktai; Konviktas; Lenkijos- Lietuvos valstybė; Nacionalinė edukacinė komisija (KEN); Neturtingi bajorai; Commision of National Educations, poor nobility; Commission of National Education; Dormitores; Dormitories (convicts); Dormitories (convictus); Educational system; Poor nobilities; Poor nobility; The Commission of National Education.
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Abiejų Tautų Respublika (ATR; Rzeczpospolita Obojga Narodów; Žečpospolita; Sandrauga; Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; Lenkija ir Lietuva; Lenkijos ir Lietuvos Valstybė; Lenkijos-Lietuvos unija); Bajorai, didikai ir magnatai / Nobles and magnates; Jėzuitai / Jesuits; Konviktai; Konviktas; Lenkijos- Lietuvos valstybė; Nacionalinė edukacinė komisija (KEN); Ugdymas / Education.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThe founders of the dormitories (convictus) for the poor nobility were, from the second half of the 16th century, church or secular dignitaries. They built them for members of their family or for people using the same coat of arms. Founders were often bishops who in the donation act assured that they would accept a certain number of nepots for education. The administration of the boarding school was entrusted to the order running the school. After the establishment of the Commission of National Education (1773), the dormitories for the poor nobility constituted a kind of phenomenon that democratized the education system of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. These institutions, fi nanced from the Commission’s fund, so far marginally treated in historiography, allowed sons of noblemen to continue education without having to do the service for the benefit of their more esteemed colleagues, as was the case in the Piarist Collegium Nobilium founded in 1740 by Stanisław Konarski, and in other elitist educational institutions run by Jesuits or Theatines.The legislation for dormitories of poor nobility was completed in 1777. The analysis of this source shows ambitious motives for the creation of free dormitories for pauperized sons of noblemen. One can also see the great concern of the Commission of National Education about education, decent living conditions and health of poor noble youth. The model to follow was to a large extent the Collegia Nobilium, but the principle of Stanisław Konarski that the quantity of the fee paid for education should determine its quality was rejected. Poor noblemen were brought up in the spirit of faithful service to the king; they were prepared to become teachers in schools and universities or to hold military or offi cial posts. [From the publication]

ISBN:
9788394998332
Related Publications:
Pijarskic Collegium Nobilium w Wilnie. Korzenie i konteksty / Kazimierz Puchowski. Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė : luomas, pašaukimas, užsiėmimas / sudarytoja Ramunė Šmigelskytė-Stukienė. Vilnius: Lietuvos istorijos institutas, 2019. P. 107-143.
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2020-07-09 21:13:03
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