doc. Mgr. Róbert Stojka, PhD.
Róbert Stojka is an Associate Professor at the Department of philosophy and history of philosophy of Faculty of Arts at the University of Pavol Jozef Šafárik in Košice. He is Deputy Head of the Department for pedagogical activitiy. His pedagogical activities are focused on the philosophy of history, history of Czech and Slovak philosophy and didactics of philosophy. In scientific research activities he focuses on the philosophy of history, phenomenology, and the philosophy of J. Patočka and M. Heidegger.
Participation in project schemes:
Projects of domestic grant agencies:
VEGA 1/4679/07 – The Asubjective Phenomenology of J. Patočka and the History of Philosophy – researcher
VEGA 1/0678/12 – The History of Philosophy as a Philosophical Issue (Heidegger, Patočka, Gadamer and Rorty) – researcher
APVV–0480–11 Patočka´s Asubjective Phenomenology and the History of Philosophy – responsible researcher
VEGA 1/0890/12 – Philosophical Research of the Nature of Language – researcher
APVV–14–0706 – Heidegger, Metaphysics and the History of Philosophy – researcher
VEGA 1/0963/16 – Weak Thought and Postmetaphysical Philosophy – researcher
VEGA 1/0715/16 – Dostoevsky and Nietzsche in the Contexts of Czech-Slovak and Russian Philosophy of the 19th and 20th Centuries – researcher
APVV-17-0529 – Postmetaphysical Thinking in the Context of Current Socio-political Problems – researcher
Subjects Currently Taught:
Philosophy of History, History of Czech and Slovak Philosophy, Didactics of Philosophy
M. Heidegger: Being and Time, J. Patočka: Europe and the post-European era, J. Patočka: body, society, language, world