DIFFERENCES IN THE STRUCTURE OF A WORK OF ART ACCORDING TO INGARDEN AND HARTMANN
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On several occasions Roman Ingarden accused Hartmann of using his ideas concerning the stratified structure of a work of art. In this paper, thw aurhor shows that the dependence between the two concepts has no genetic character. First of all, Hartmann formulated general solutions about such objects before Ingarden published 'Das literarische Kunstwerk'. Already in the 'Grundzüge einer Metaphysik der Erkenntnis', Hartmann spoke about the two-layer structure of works of art. Secondly, unlike Ingarden, Hartmann argued that the material layer belongs to a work of art. These two arguments show that Ingarden's accusations are unfounded.
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