Mgr. Jaroslav Novotný, Ph.D.

Jaroslav NOVOTNÝ, assistant professor

Head of the Department of Philosophy

Research Areas

  • The Beginning of metaphysical Thinking

  • Human Mortality and Originarity

  • Heidegger, Arendt, Plato etc.

Courses

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Contact Information and Office Hours

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Education

  • 2002–2007: Ph.D. – Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague. Thesis title: Scene of Existence, Language and the Openness of Being, Heidegger’s Concept of Existential Spatiality.

  • 1998–2002: Mgr. – Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague. Thesis title: The beginning and the final phase of metaphysics in perspective of difference between essentia and existentia.

  • 1995–1998: Bc. – Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague. Thesis title: Variations of Heidegger's conception of the world (1927–1928).

Work Experience

  • 2007–present: senior lecturer at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

  • 2005–present: the Head of the Philosophy Module, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

  • 2002–2007: lecturer at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

Publications (selection)

  • L. Benyovszky; J. Novotný, M. Pětová, Tři studie k problému naladění (Stimmung), Praha: Togga, 2014, 162 s. (collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, „Platón: ne-žádoucnost žádostivosti a potřeba touhy“, in: M. Vrabec (ed.), Touha a žádostivost v dějinách evropské filosofie, Praha: Togga, 2014, s. 13–31 (chapter in a collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, Smysl a neskrytost. Studie k mezím možností Heideggerovy fundamentální ontologie, Praha: TOGGA, 2013, 185 s. (monograph)

  • J. Novotný, „Umožnění rozvrhu problematiky fantasia a obrazotvornosti u Platóna“, in: J. Marek, M. Vrabec, Obrazotvornost v dějinách evropské filosofie, Praha: Togga, 2013, s. 13–38 (chapter in a collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, M. Pětová, L. Benyovszky, Časovost a smrtelnost III.: Studie k časové konstituci lidské existence – cesty Heideggerova myšlení, Praha: Togga, 2010, 158 s. (collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, „Ekstaticko-horizontální časovost lidské existence“. in: J. Novotný (ed.). Časovost a smrtelnost I., Praha: Togga, 2009, s. 17–71 (chapter in a collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, „Světatvornost pobytu a vláda světa. Od paradoxu k tajemství a proměně myšlení“, in: J. Kuneš, M. Vrabec (eds.), Člověk a jeho svět. Filosofický pojem světa od novověku po dnešek, Praha: Filosofia, 2009, s. 231–266 (chapter in a collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, „Ne-vidění v románu Jaroslava Havlíčka Neviditelný“, in J. Fulka, J. Novotný (eds.), Fascinace neviditelností. Studie k interpretační rozmanitosti díla Jaroslava Havlíčka, Praha: Togga, 2009, s. 15–40 (chapter in a collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, „Mezi rozprostraněností a významovou orientací“, in J. Novotný (ed.), Člověk mezi rozprostraněností a krajinou. Studie k rozmanitosti chápání prostoru, Praha: Togga, 2008, s. 17–37 (chapter in a collective monograph)

  • J. Novotný, Krajina, řeč a otevřenost bytí. Studie k Heideggerovu existenciálnímu pojetí prostorovosti, Praha: UK FHS, 2006, 203 s. (monograph)

Research Projects

  • 2017–present: Co-worker in the project „Text and Image in Phenomenology and Semiotics“ under the Charles University Research Development Schemes (PROGRES, Q21)

  • 2012–2014: member of Centre for Phenomenological Research – University Research Centres (UNCE 204009), Charles University, Prague

  • 2012–2016: Co-worker in the project „Phenomenology and Semiotics“ under the Charles University Research Development Schemes (PRVOUK, P18)

  • 2012–2014: Co-worker in the project „Philosophical Investigations of Human Mortality and Originarity“ (GACR P401/12/1354 for the years 2012–2014, recipient: FHS UK, grantee: Ladislav Benyovszky)

  • 2009–2011: Grantee of the project „Philosophical Foundations of the Anthropological Meaning of Time“ (GACR 401/09/0480 for the years 2009–2011, recipient: FHS UK)

  • 2005–2007: Co-worker in the project „Philosophical Foundations of the Anthropological Meaning od Space“ (GACR 401/05/2558 for the years 2005–2007, recipient: FHS UK, grantee: Ladislav Benyovszky)

  • Participation in fulfilment of the Scientific Aim of the Faculty of Humanities “Anthropology of Communication and Human Adaptation” (MSM 0021620843);

  • Participation in Specific University Research (2006, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017–2019).



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