Studia Z Historii Filozofii 5 (2):167-179 (2014)

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The main topic of the article is the issue of pre-reflective consciousness, which was Sartre’s subject matter is an early phase of his work, when he was inspired by Husserl’s fenomenology. Sartre distinguished three types of pre-reflective consciousness: perception, imagination and emotion. In my article I try to explain essence of abovementioned types of consciousness, point their features and define relations between them.
Keywords percepcja  imagination  perception  fenomenology  fenomenologia  Husserl  emocja  wyobraźnia  emotion  Sartre
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