ON THE ORIGINS OF THE NON-SUBJECTIVE PHENOMENOLOGY OF JAN PATOCKA (K pociatkom asubjektivnej fenomenologie Jana Patocku)
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The paper offers an examination of Patocka's attempt to clear a difficulty of Husserl's transcendental phenomenology and to develop a 'non-subjective' conception of the phenomenology. The author gives a thorough analysis of two fundamental writtings, compiled by Patocka in Germany in 1970-1971. The aim of the paper is to follow Patocka's way of gradually developing his idea in various articles, mainly in his lecture 'Plato and Europe'
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