Mgr. Josef Matoušek

Josef MATOUŠEK, assistant lecturer

Mgr. Josef Matoušek

Department of German and French Philosophy

Research Areas

  • Husserl's Phenomenology and its critical adaptations in French environment

  • French Existentialism

Courses

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Contact Information and Office Hours

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Work Experience

  • 2019–present: researcher at FHS CU (Philosophical Module, GAČR č. 19-14180S)

  • 2015–present: external lecturer of Philosophy at FHS CU

  • 2015–2017: researcher at FHS CU (Department of German and French Philosophy, GAČR č. P401/15-10832S)

Education

  • 2014–present: Ph.D. at FHS CU German and French Philosophy. Doctoral thesis: Epoché as a guideline to (inter)subjectivity. On the extent of Husserl‘s methodological influence on Levinas and Sartre.

  • 2012–2014: Mgr. at FHS CU German and French Philosophy in Europe (summa cum laude). Master thesis: Pre-reflexive Self-relation of Consciousness and Constitution of the “Ego“. Husserl and Sartre (in Czech).

  • 2009–2012: Bc. at FHS CU Liberal Arts and Humanities. Bachelor thesis: The Conception of Freedom and Its Ethical Consequences in the Work of Albert Camus (in Czech).

Stays Abroad

  • 2013–present: continuous research stays in Center for Subjectivity Research at Copenhagen University in Denmark in overall length of several months

Grant Projects:

  • 2019–present: Individualism in Czechoslovakian Philosophy 1918-1948 (GAČR č. 19-14180S)

  • 2015–2017: Life and Environment. Phenomenological Relations between Subjectivity and Natural World (GAČR č. P401/15-10832S)

Publications

  • „Cogito jako princip a metoda založení subjektivity. K významu sebe-vědomí v myšlení René Descartesa, Edmunda Husserla a Jeana-Paula Sartra“ in: Benyovszky L., Matoušek, J. (eds.), Ročenka pro filosofii a fenomenologický výzkum MMXVII. ISBN 978-80-7476-130-0. Praha: Togga, 2018, s. 341-363.

  • Editation: Benyovszky L., Matoušek, J. (eds.), Ročenka pro filosofii a fenomenologický výzkum MMXVII. ISBN 978-80-7476-130-0. Praha: Togga, 2018.

  • „The Look and the Face: Comparison of phenomenological approaches to encountering the other and its ethical consequences in the works of Sartre and Lévinas“, in Eikasia n. 66, 2015. ISSN 1885-5679. S. 403-414.

  • Translated article: James Mensch, "Erós a spravedlnost". in: Za hranicemi tváře. Levinas a socialita. Mimořádné číslo Filosofického časopisu 2/2014. ed. Jan Bierhanzl a Karel Novotný. Filosofia (Praha, 2014). ISBN: 978-80-7007-428-2 .Str. 21-38.

  • Translated article: Caterina Di Fazio, "Pohyb a Touha. Od Machiavelliho a Hobbse k Merlau-Pontymu a Patočkovi". in: Touha a žádostivost v dějinách evropské filosofie, ed. Martin Vrabec, Togga (Praha, 2014). ISBN: 978-80-7476-059-4. Str. 343-358.

  • „Nevolnost. Zpřístupnění nicoty jako konstitutivní prvek mezního stavu lidské existence“, in: Novák, A. (ed.), Ročenka pro filosofii a fenomenologický výzkum MMXIII. ISBN: 978-80-7476-036-5. Praha: Togga, 2013, s. 205-211.


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