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Ingarden, Roman


Marek Rosiak


Pages 271 - 274



Roman W. Ingarden (1893-1970) was a Polish phenomenologist with realist orientation, and one of the most prominent pupils of Edmund Husserl. Before World War II he was professor of philosophy in Lvov, later he held a chair in Cracow. His main works are: Das literarische Kunstwerk (1931), Der Streit um die Existenz der Welt (1964-65, written originally in Polish during World War II; the later version in German is not identical with the Polish version), and Über die Verantwortung; ihre ontischen Fundamente (1970). Ingarden is generally regarded as one of the important European ontologists of the 20th century.




1Department of Logic, University of Lodz



1 Chrudzimski, A. (ed.), 2005, Existence, Culture, Persons: The Ontology of Roman Ingarden, Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag

2 Ingarden, R., (1964), Der Streit um die Existenz der Welt, Bd. I, II/I, II/2. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer.

3 Ingarden, R., (1964), Time and Modes of Being, transl. H. R. Michejda. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas.

4 Ingarden, R., (1987), Spór o istnienie świata, 3rd edition, D. Gierulanka ed., Warszawa: PWN.

5 Mitscherling, J., (1997), Roman Ingarden’s Ontology and Aesthetics, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press

6 Rosiak, M., (2003), Spór o substancjalizm. Studia z ontologii Ingardena i metafizyki Whiteheada, Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego.

7 Rosiak, M., (2007), “Existential Analysis in Roman Ingarden’s Ontology”, Forum Philosophicum vol. 12, nr 1 (Spring 2007), 119-130

8 Rosiak, M., (2010), “Problem kreacjonizmu w sporze realizmidealizm”, Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia, vol. 5 fasc. 2, 107-114

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