Noemata and their formalization

Synthese 105 (1):53 - 86 (1995)
The presentation of the formal conception of noemata is the main aim of the article. In the first section, three informal approaches to noemata are discussed. The goal of this chapter is specifying main controversies and their sources concerned with different ways of the understanding of noemata. In the second section, basic assumptions determining the proposed way of understanding noemata are presented. The third section is devoted to the formal set-theoretic construction needed for the formal comprehension of noemata. In the fourth section, definitions of noemata and their various kinds, as well as definitions of other phenomenological notions are formulated. In the last section, possibilities of further developing the proposed formal conception are indicated.
Keywords noema, consciousness  phenomenology, noesis, noematic character,  noematic horizon, Husserl, meaning
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DOI 10.1007/BF01064103
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