The aesthetic theory of Ingarden and its philosophical implications
Roman Ingarden belongs to the group of Hussel’s first pupils, of the Göttingen period. His aesthetic considerations, which constitute, as we will see, the most considerable and meaningful part of his philosophical work, reflect the spirit and the worries of the first phenomenological school.
Delle Site, N. (1990)., The aesthetic theory of Ingarden and its philosophical implications, in H. Rudnick (ed.), Ingardeniana II, Dordrecht, Kluwer, pp. 71-84.
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