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marxist critique of phenomenology and the philosophy of roman ingarden
1. Dialectics and Humanism: Volume > 2 > Issue: 3
The Conference at Jadwisin (19th—22nd June, 1975) — A Report
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N. V. Motroshilova The Problem of the Cognitive Subject as Viewed by Husserl and Ingarden
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John Fizer Ingarden's Phases, Bergson's Durée Réelle, and William James' Stream: Metaphoric Variants or Mutually Exclusive Concepts on the Theme of Time
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Michał Hempoliński On Ingarden's Conception of "Pure" Epistemology as a Starting Point to His Criticism of So-called Psychophysiological Epistemology
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T. I. Oiserman Husserl's Philosophy of Philosophy
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Andrzej Półtawski Ingarden's Way to Realism and His Idea of Man
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Albert Shalom On the Structure of the Person: Time and Consciousness
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R. D. Sweeney Axiology in Scheler and Ingarden and the Question of Dialectics
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Janusz Kuczyński, Aleksandra Rodzińska Homo creator vs. homo contemplator. The Dialectical and Phenomenological Conceptions of Man, Introductory Remarks
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Danuta Petsch Roman Ingarden's Works Published by the Polish Scientific Publishers
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