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Noema and Thinkability : an Essay on Husserl's Theory of Intentionality.

Author: Lukasz Kosowski
Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, 2010.
Series: Phenomenology & mind.
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The years of study on Husserl's theory of intentionality have led to a number of non-equivalent interpretations. The present work attempts to investigate the most prominent of these by presenting both their advantages and difficulties. However, its key point is specifically the analysis of Husserl's theory. This is made in several stages that are concerned with the relation between noesis and noema: whether it is  Read more...
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Kosowski, Lukasz.
Noema and Thinkability : An Essay on Husserl's Theory of Intentionality.
Berlin : De Gruyter, ©2010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lukasz Kosowski
ISBN: 9783110325546 3110325543
OCLC Number: 851970823
Language Note: In English.
Notes: 2. The object as the substrate and as the correlate of predicative judgment.
Description: 1 online resource (210 pages).
Contents: ABBREVIATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; Chapter I; Foundations of phenomenology; 1. The theory of parts and wholes in Logical Investigations; 2. Sensuous and categorial forms of unity; 3. The concept of experience; 3.1. Sensuous data; 3.2. The functional moments of real phenomenological content; 3.3. Matter and quality; 4. The relation between matter, quality and the functional moments of consciousness and its interpretation via Ideas I; 5. The intentional content as the intentional object; 6. Intentional matter and intentional objects; Final notes; Chapter II. Noema and noetic-noematic correlation in Ideas I1. The structure of noema and noesis; 2. The noetic-noematic correlation; 2.1. Preparatory remarks; 2.2. The one-to-one relation between noesis and noema; 2.3. The "many noeses to one noema" relation; 2.4. The noetic-noematic correlation examined on the basis of the one example; 3. The issue of transcendence in the sphere of an act's components; 4. The noetic-noematic correlation as a dependent variation; 4.1. The examination of noema under nine postulates for supervenient entities; 4.2. The question of reducing noema to noesis. 4.3. The one and two way covariation between noesis and noemaFinal notes; Chapter III; Interpretations and extensions of Husserl's concept of noema; 1. Noema as the Gestalt: Aron Gurwitsch's theory of noema; 1.1. The structure of the Gestalt is the structure of noema; 1.2. Noema and object: Against Gurwitsch; 2. The idea of identity in manifold analysis: John Drummond's reading of noema; 2.1. Object as identity in the manifold of appearances; 2.2. The relation between judgmental noema and the object judged; 2.3. Ontological identity of noema and object and their noncoincidence. 3. Noematic Sinn as an intensional entity: Dagfin Føllesdal's interpretation of noema4. Smith and McIntyre's concept of noema; 4.1. Noema as the sense of definite description; 4.2. Noema as the sense of 'demonstratives'; 4.3. Noematic Sinn as a mediator; 4.4. The abstract nature of noema; 5. Roman Ingarden's theory of the purely intentional object; 5.1. The concept of experience; 5.2. Ingarden's vs. Husserl's concept of experience; 5.3. The structure of the purely intentional object; 5.4. The purely intentional object in relation to experience. 5.5. Noema in comparison to the purely intentional object6. Two subjects in noematic structure: Jacek Paśniczek's theory of noema; 6.1. Two- and three-aspect theories of intentionality; 6.2. Noema as the purely intentional object; Final notes; Chapter IV; The noema as possibly thinkable content; 1. Noema in the light of contradiction, conflict and nonsense; 1.1. Logical investigations vis-à-vis Ideas I; 1.2. Noema as the sense of self contradictory formulas; 1.3. Noema in the sphere of conflict; 1.4. Noema in the sphere of nonsense; 1.5. Final remarks.
Series Title: Phenomenology & mind.
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The series is devoted to monographs and anthologies on Austrian philosophy (Bolzano, Brentano, Meinong and others) as well as on phenomenology and its history in general. Moreover, the series is open  Read more...

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