Francesco Tava's excellent book is now out in Italian. An English translation will be appearing soon with Rowman and Littlefield International's new series Reframing the Boundaries: Thinking the Political.
Epoché and Institution (handout and text of talk presented at Patočka and Europe Workshop, Husserl Archive, Leuven, 21 March 2014.)
Jan Patočka, Liberté, existence et monde commun, Nathalie Frogneux (ed.),
Paris, Le Cercle Herméneutique, « Collection Phéno », 2012. 306 p.
This volume (in French) opens with an original text by Jan Patočka (1907-1977), "On the
philosophical problem of translation" (1968), translated into French by
Erika Abrams. The other contributions all attempt to think human existence
and the lifeworld through the extraordinary work of Czech philosopher Jan
Patočka. Specialists in phenomenology, philosophy and social policy,
anthropology, and aesthetics unfold Patočka's thought here in all its
richness and fertility through four central issues: the common world, the
critical movement of freedom, the movement of human existence, and history.
Contributing authors: R. Barbaras, B. Bégout, F. Dastur, H. Faes, J. Frei,
N. Frogneux, R. Gély, J.-Cl. Gens, S. Laoureux, M. Larison, D. Meacham, C.
Rea, P. Rodrigo, Cl. Vischnu Spaak, M. Staudigl et É. Tardivel
An earlier draft of Darian Meacham's contribution is below.