Roman Witold Ingarden

(2968 words)
  • Jan Wolenski

The philosopher Roman Witold Ingarden was an important contributor to phenomenology, ontology, and aesthetics, who defended realist phenomenology against Husserl’s later transcendental idealism. In aesthetics, he elaborated a theory of the literary work according to which literary works have a complex structure and exist as intentional objects.

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Wolenski, Jan. "Roman Witold Ingarden". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
[, accessed 26 November 2015.]