This collection of 12 essays at the 100th anniversary of Roman Ingarden is to show the actuality of the outstanding Polish representative of twentieth century philosophy. The authors take up Ingarden's main philosophical topics and, accordingly, deal with phenomenological and ontological problems on the various modes of givenness and existence in the wide range of real and intentional being, true and fictional existence, and they devote particular interest to Ingarden's conception of reality as well as to his aesthetics and theory of arts.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Włodzimierz GALEWICZ: Das Problem des Seinsstatus der gegenständlichen Sinne und Ingardens Ontologie der rein intentionalen Gegenstände. Liselotte GUMPEL: Language as bearer of meaning: The phenomenology of Roman Ingarden. Gregor HAEFLIGER: Ens multipliciter dicitur. The ingardian variant of an old thesis. Andrzej POŁTAWSKI: Painting and the structure of consciousness. Remarks on Roman Ingarden's Theory of Painting. Josef SEIFERT and Barry SMITH: The truth about fiction. Peter M. SIMONS: Strata in Ingarden's ontology. Elisabeth STRÖKER: Fiktive Welt im literarischen Kunstwerk. Zu einer Kontroverse zwischen Roman Ingarden und Käte Hamburger. Władysław STRO_EWSKI: Art and participation. Edward M. SWIDERSKI: Individual essence in Ingarden's ontology. Paweł TARANCZEWSKI: What Ingarden has to say to painters. Adam WEGRZECKI: The function of ontology and experience in Roman Ingarden's axiological investigations. Jan WOLENSKI: Sentences, propositions and quasi-propositions.