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Forme(s) et modes d’être / Form(s) and Modes of Being

L’ontologie de Roman Ingarden / The Ontology of Roman Ingarden

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Olivier Malherbe and Sébastien Richard

Le présent ouvrage est un recueil d’articles de chercheurs internationaux sur l’apport à l’ontologie du phénoménologue polonais Roman Ingarden. Il contient des contributions sur des thèmes aussi divers que la dépendance existentielle, les catégories ontologiques, les modes d’être, la substance, la causalité, la forme, l’idéalisme ou encore l’ontologie des objets fictifs. Ce volume démontre que la pensée d’Ingarden ne se limite pas à la phénoménologie et à l’histoire de celle-ci, mais est susceptible d’apporter une contribution singulière à la recherche métaphysique contemporaine.
This books is a collection of papers written by international researchers on the contribution to ontology of the Polish phenomenologist Roman Ingarden. It contains texts of such various themes as ontological dependency, ontological categories, modes of being, substance, causality, form, idealism and the ontology fictional objects. This book shows that Ingarden’s thought goes beyond phenomenology and its history, and could be of a valuable interest for contemporary metaphysical research.
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“Philosophy & Politics”

Open to thinkers from all countries and cultures who are not limiting their efforts to understand the processes of social institutions, but are raising questions about their goals and meaning, this series hopes to contribute to a renewal of political philosophy. Beyond the different disciplines of social sciences, ideological commitments and the limits of “national schools” philosophy is bound to pursue its universal enquiry on human wisdom in a world chaotically pushed towards greater unity.

Series directed by Hendrik OPDEBEECK

Series Titles

Redesigning Life. Eugenics, Biopolitics, and the Challenge of the Techno-Human Condition, Nathan VAN CAMP, n° 27, 2015, 166 p., ISBN 978-2-87574-281-0

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