Jan Patočka and the Heritage of Phenomenology

Centenary Papers

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ISBN: 978-90-481-9123-9 (Print) 978-90-481-9124-6 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

  2. Patočka’s Appropriation of Classical Phenomenology

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-6

      Jan Patočka: Phenomenological Philosophy Today

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      Pages 7-22

      “Idealities of Nature”: Jan Patočka on Reflection and the Three Movements of Human Life

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      Pages 23-37

      Sacrifice and Salvation: Jan Patočka’s Reading of Heidegger on the Question of Technology

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      Pages 39-53

      Patočka’s Phenomenological Appropriation of Plato

  3. From Negative Platonism to Asubjective Phenomenology

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 55-55

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      Pages 57-70

      The Relevance of Patočka’s “Negative Platonism”

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      Pages 71-86

      Negative Platonism and the Appearance-Problem

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      Pages 87-97

      Negative Platonism and Maximal Existence in the Thought of Jan Patočka

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      Pages 99-110

      Phenomenology and Henology

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      Pages 111-120

      Patočka and Artificial Intelligence

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      Pages 121-133

      Reading Patočka, in Search for a Philosophy of Translation

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      Pages 135-151

      Destructed Meaning, Withheld World, Shattered “We”

  4. The European Heritage: Politics, History and Religion

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 153-153

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      Pages 155-161

      Questioning as a Prerequisite for a Meaningful Protest

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      Pages 163-174

      Jan Patočka’s Socratic Message for the Twenty-First Century

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      Pages 175-186

      Fear, Courage, Anger: The Socratic Lesson

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      Pages 187-201

      Patočka on Techno-Power and the Sacrificial Victim (Obět’)

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      Pages 203-214

      The Twentieth Century as War

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      Pages 215-227

      Negative Platonism: Between the History of Philosophy and the Philosophy of History

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      Pages 229-244

      Patočka’s Concept of Europe: An Intercultural Consideration

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      Pages 245-261

      Beyond Myth and Enlightenment

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      Pages 263-279

      The Responsibility of the “Shaken”

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 281-297