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Aletheia. An International Journal of Philosophy
Epistemology and logic
This volume of Aletheia is dedicated to the Polish philosopher Roman Ingarden. A lengthy and - until now - untranslated text on the «Foundations of the Theory of Knowledge» from Roman Ingarden's works in Polish is here translated for the first time into a western European language. This English translation treats Ingarden's considerations on the phenomenology of the essence of cognitive experience and its correlate. In the same volume Fritz Wenisch contributes a foundational investigation concerning insight and objective necessity,in which informative and necessarily true judgments are contrasted with those that are not informative. By this is Kant's distinction between synthetic and analytic a priori judgments discussed in a fundamental way and critically illuminated.
Ingarden Roman Witold
Crosby John F
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