TYPES OF INTENTIONAL ACTS IN ROMAN INGARDEN'S PHENOMENOLOGY
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Roman Ingarden nowhere either compared or summarized his ideas about intentional acts - one of the most important issues in his philosophy. This was the main subject of author's research. He attempted not only to collect and present information about the types of consciousness described by Ingarden, but also to create an ordered characterization of them. In this article, the author presents the results of his work. It consists of two parts. The first describes what, in his opinion, are the most important types of intentional acts. The second presents some comparisons among them.
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