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Horizon. Studies in Phenomenology >>

Vol.9, No.2

Publisher: St. Petersburg State University Publishing House

Publishing Date: 2020-12-30

  1. Introduction: Roman Ingarden's philosophy reconsidered

    Authors: Witold Plotka; Thomas Byrne

  2. Empathy and Emotional Coexperiencing in the Aesthetic Experience

    Authors: Jeff Mitscherling

  3. Ingarden’s Husserl: A Critical Assessment of the 1915 Review of the Logical Investigations

    Authors: Thomas Byrne

  4. The Ingardenian Distinction Between Inseparability and Dependence: Historical and Systematic Considerations

    Authors: Marek Piwowarczyk

  5. Beyond Ontology: On Blaustein’s Reconsideration of Ingarden’s Aesthetics

    Authors: Witold Plotka

  6. The Influence of Edith Stein on Ingarden’s Concept of Person and Soul (Controversy over the Existence of the World, § 78)

    Authors: Simona Bertolini

  7. Zur Roman Ingardens Auffassung der ontischen Fundamente der Verantwortung: Die Verantwortung als Fundament der Ontologie?

    Authors: Tomas Sodeika

  8. Virtual Objects: Becoming Real

    Authors: Bartłomiej Skowron

  9. Revisiting Ingarden’s Theoretical Biological Account of the Literary Work of Art

    Authors: Matthew E. Gladden

  10. Roman Ingarden’s Contributions to Solving the Ontological and Methodological Problems of Phenomenology of Music

    Authors: Anastasia Medova; Anna Kirichenko

  11. Roman Ingarden’s Concept of the Filmic Work of Art: Strata, Sound, Spectacle

    Authors: Robert Luzecky

  12. Challenging Ingarden’s ‘Radical’ Distinction between the Real and the Literary

    Authors: Heath Williams

  13. Time and its Indeterminacy in Roman Ingarden’s Concept of the Literary Work of Art

    Authors: Charlene Elsby

  14. The world outside the window: the preface to the translation of the article "Defenestration" by Marc Richir

    Authors: Denis Mikhaylov

  15. Defenestration

    Authors: Marc Richir; Denis Mikhaylov trans.; Daria Chaganova ed.; Georgy Chernavin ed.