Roman Ingarden and Our Times: Recent Trends in Phenomenology and Contemporary Philosophy

Authors

Dominika Czakon (ed)
Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0300-9436
Natalia Anna Michna (ed)
Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9334-474X
Leszek Sosnowski (ed)
Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7259-2688

Summary

The present book is an illustration of current approach to Roman Ingarden’s philosophy and to contemporary philosophy in general. Significantly, the articles contained herein are the works of authors representing various research centers around the world. This clearly demonstrates that Ingarden’s philosophical thought continues to be inspiring, regardless of whether individual researchers interpret it positively or negatively. At the same time, it should be emphasized that the present volume is not a commemorative publication devoted solely to the person and thought of Ingarden. The open formula of the book was intended to encourage and invite researchers representing various schools of philosophical thinking (both close to as well as distant from phenomenology) to publish in the present monographic volume. This applies to polemics both within and without the realm of phenomenology. In each case, we are dealing with an in-depth discussion which may serve as an inspiration for readers interested in a plethora of philosophical problems. The statements presented in this volume are offered in the spirit of research and creative exchange of views.

Chapters

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Introduction .......... 7
  • I. RECENT TRENDS IN PHENOMENOLOGY
  • 1. Izydora Dąmbska’s Study on Ingarden’s and Frege’s Philosophy of Language in View of the Contemporary Discussion about the Relationship between Phenomenology and Analytic Philosophy .......... 15
    Aleksandra Gomułczak
  • 2. Ingarden’s Legacy: Responsibility as Legal and Beyond .......... 33
    Piotr Janik
  • 3. Formalism and Phenomenology in Vasily Sesemann’s Aesthetics .......... 45
    Dalius Jonkus
  • 4. The Enduring Importance of Roman Ingarden for Reception Theory .......... 63
    Michael Raubach
  • 5. The Concept of Stratification of the Work of Art in the Aesthetic Thought of Roman Ingarden and Władysław Stróżewski in Relation to Contemporary Art
    On the Example of an Analysis and Interpretation of an Installation by Arthur Jafa .......... 83
    Rafał Solewski
  • II. RECENT TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY
  • 6. Beyond the Nature/Culture Division. Building Complementary Knowledge on Disease .......... 105
    Aleksandra Derra
  • 7. On Good and Bad Reasons for Endorsing Mereological Hylemorphism .......... 133
    Dirk Franken
  • 8. Externalist and Internalist Interpretations of Aristotle’s De Anima 3.5.
    The Psychology of Alexander of Aphrodisias As a Possible Remedy to the Thomistic Monopoly. Introductory Considerations .......... 151
    Sonia Kamińska
  • 9. The Fragmentary Condition of Aesthetics at the Turn of 21st Century .......... 173
    Kamil Lipiński

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