The "Appearing as Such" in Patocka's "A-subjective Phenomenology"
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This paper attempts a systematic presentation of Patocka's "A-subjective Phenomenology," especially of the doctrine concerning the "Appearing as Such," which was at the center of Patocka's work during the last years of his life. Against the background of Husserlian phenomenology, we try to show the singularities of Patocka's position concerning important concepts such as phenomenon, epoché, subjectivity, and world. In the last part of this paper, we try to compare Patocka's "A-subjective Phenomenology" with Heidegger's "Thought of Being".