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Professor Učník was until 2020 teaching in the Philosophy department at Murdoch University Western Australia.
Americans are from Mars and Europeans are from Venus: an answer to Robert Kagan, 2004
Kant: sensus communis and public reasoning, 2004
Esse or habere. To be or to have: Patočka’s critique of Husserl and Heidegger, 2007
Patočka on Techno-Power and the Sacrificial Victim (Oběť), 2011
Aesthetics or ethics? Italian neorealism and the Czechoslovak New Wave cinema, 2007
Human existence: Patočka's appropriation of Arendt, 2010
Patočka’s discussion with Dostoevsky on the future of science and christianity, 2015
Patočka, Charter 77, the state and morality: “May it all be for the benefit of the community!”, 2018
The allure and impossibility of an algorithmic future: a lesson from Patočka’s supercivilisation, 2021
Patočkian reflections on the life-world and the space of manifestation, Judgement, Responsibility and the Life-World Perth Workshop, 2011
Judgement, responsibility and the life-world (with Anita Williams), Judgement, Responsibility and the Life-World Perth Workshop, 2011
Judgement, Responsibility and the Life-World Perth Workshop, 2011
“Jan Patočka: From the Concept of Evidence to the Natural World and Beyond”. Workshop 2012 - Judgment, Responsibility and the Life-world, Prague, Czech Republic: 9–11 May [followed by: ] questions session
How to Live Well, St John's Church, Fremantle, 25 March 2020
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