Existují místa nedourčenosti? Ingardenova koncepce literárního díla, řeč a reálné entity skutečnosti
Do Places of Indeterminacy Exist? Ingarden’s Concept of Literary Work, Speech and Real Entities
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This article poses the crucial question whether ‘places of indeterminacy’ discussed in the work of Roman Ingarden really exist. The author resolves the problem using the theory of speech acts. His main thesis is based on the belief that language does not represent places in the real world. On various examples of literary texts he tries to show how literature depends only on language and speech acts. The aim of the article is not to call Ingarden’s concept into question but to consider new ways we may think about this problem — the relation between signs and real objects.
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