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Uber Existenz: Die Ontologie Roman Ingardens (Hardcover)

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This book is the first monograph study of Ingarden's investigations into existence. The purpose is to give a clear and formally precise account, as well as a critical evaluation, of his contributions. In the first chapter the basic principles of Ingarden's ontology are reformulated and, contrary to Ingarden, a nominalistic point of view is adopted. Chapters 2 to 4 give a reconstruction of the arguments for the following Ingardenian theses: (1) Existence is not a property; (2) The concept of existence is a principle sui generis of classification; (3) 'exist(s)' is an equivocal word. On the basis of this critical doxography Chapters 5 and 6 provide a systematic examination of the Ingardenian position, by confronting it with the results of analytic philosophy (such as early Husserl, Frege, Russell, Moore, Meinong, Bergmann, Hochberg, Castaneda). This study' sets new standards in Ingarden scholarship, and will be an indispensable tool for all future philosophers who wish to come to terms with Ingarden's metaphysical and ontological ideas. It will be of interest not merely to Ingarden specialists but also to all those interested in the problems of formal philosophy which arise at the borderlines of analytic philosophy of logic and metaphysics.' Barry Smith (German text) Dieses Buch ist die erste monographische Studie zu Ingardens Untersuchungen ]ber Existenz. Das Ziel ist es, davon eine klare und formal prdzise Darstellung wie auch eine kritische Auswertung zu geben. Im ersten Kapitel werden die Prinzipien der Ingardenschen Ontologie reformuliert, und es wird - contra Ingarden - ein nominalischer Standpunkt eingenommen. Die Kapitel 2 bis 4 rekonstruieren die Argumente f]r die folgendenIngardenschen Thesen: (1) Existenz ist keine Eigenschaft; (2) Der Begriff der Existenz ist ein Klassifikationsprinzip sui generis; (3) 'existiert' ist ein ä quivoker Ausdruck. Auf der Basis dieser kritischen Doxographie bieten die Kapitel 5 und 6 - unter Konfrontation mit Resultaten analytischer Philosophen (z.B. der frü he Husserl, Frege, Russell, Moore, Meinong, Bergmann, Hochberg, Castaneda) - eine systematische Auswertung der Ingardenschen Position. Diese Studie' sets new standards in Ingarden scholarship, and will be an indispensable tool for all future philosophers who wish to come to terms with Ingarden's metaphysical and ontological ideas. It will be of interest not merely to Ingarden specialists but also to all those interested in the problems of formal philosophy which arise at the borderlines of analytic philosophy of logic and metaphysics.' Barry Smith

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Publisher Springer
Mfg Part# 9780792322276
SKU 204180166
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 0792322274
Release Date 4/10/2007
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Book Format Hardcover
Number of Pages 0500
Publisher Springer
Series Part 130
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