In this paper, the author presenta a reinterpretation of Roman Ingarden's theory of intentional objects. There are four types of intentional objects in Ingarden's ontology, he offers a detailed analyses of an intentional object that is a correlate of a text. Such an object is characterised by Ingarden as a two-sided and schematised formation. He focuses on the notion of schematism. He classifies different interpretations of schematism and proposes his own definition of schematism of a purely intentional object.
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