Dictionary of Roman Ingarden's Philosophy

Andrzej Nowak, Leszek Sosnowski
Dictionary of Roman Ingarden's Philosophy
  • Universitas
    Kraków 2000
    173 x 247
    376 pages
    ISBN 83-7052-781-7

This dictionary contains the most important terms which go to make up the foundation of Roman Ingarden's philosophy, and have been divided into more than one hundred key words by the most prominent specialists of the corresponding disciplines. This book is for philosophers and cultural theorists alike - for experienced interpreters of Roman Ingarden's philosophy as well as for those who are taking their first steps.

Roman Ingarden (1893-1970) philosopher and aesthete, pupil and critic of Husserl, leading representative of phenomenology, advocate of epistemological and ontological realism, he created his own literary theory and basis of descriptive aesthetics.