Novotný, K. (ed.) What is a phenomenon? Husserl and Phenomenology in France.
Červený Kostelec: Pavel Mervart, Prague: Oikoymenh. 2010.
Phenomenology, after World War II, "moved" from Germany to France, where it gained and retained the status of a living and current thinking. The aim of this anthology is to show the diversity of the phenomenological projects of the past fifty years, by examining the issue of the one central concept, the nature of phenomenality itself. This problem came to the centre of phenomenological thinking in France at the beginning of the 1960s and since then has developed namely in a critical dialogue with Edmund Husserl's thinking.