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Human Nature

Roman Ingarden described human nature as unpredictable, but creative, confronting with own feelings, looking for values, and spirituality.

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Pure Self

Pure Self it is term from Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology. Roman Ingarden uses it to explain a phenomenon of time in human life.

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In the Timeline

In the Timeline is Roman Ingarden’s time interpretation. Philosopher describes the relation among past, present and future in human life. A crucial meaning has here time as an existential point, and a meaning of this fact in human experience.

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Joseph Grand’s Case. Passion and Plague

Joseph Grand is a character form Albert Camus’ novel “The Plague”. He is a quiet and modest man of passion. His creativity expresses his love, which gives him a strength to survive an epidemic.

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Humans and Their Reality

Roman Ingarden often comes back to a problem of Reality in context of Humans. In Ingarden’s interpretation appears Quasi-Reality as world of human creativity and values.

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Multilevelness of Reality

Multilevelness of reality is a concept a strongly related to the positive disintegration theory of prof. Kazimierz Dąbrowski. Multilevelness has a positive influence on the process of human development.

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Pascal’s Wager

Pascal’s Wager in Miguel de Unamuno’s interpretation from work “The Agony of Christianity”. Pascal’s Wager is a form of discussion with Loyola’s theory of the steps of obedience. It is a confrontation between issues of reason and issues of heart.

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The Living God

The matter of God in Miguel de Unamuno’s philosophy. Spanish philosopher distinguished God of Reason and God of Heart, which is called also the Living God.

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Human Being and Nature. Part 2.

I would like to return to Roman Ingarden’s reflections on nature as a continuation of the previous post motif.  Human Being in the Face of Nature According to Ingarden, a human being has ambivalent...

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Human Being and Nature. Part 1.

Roman Ingarden’s reflection on human relation to nature. Philosopher describes nature as beauty in a variety of nature, danger of the elements of nature, and source of illness.