ABSTRACTION, VARIATION, AND GENERALIZATION
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Ingarden's understanding of generalization, that is, the operation of abstraction by variation, is placed in the historical context of the dispute between Berkeley and Locke, and is directed at Husserl's conception. The following take part in the determination of the conditions of generalization: unilateral dependence, constitutive nature and the shape/state.
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