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Ingarden also studied philosophy in Lwów with Kazimierz Twardowski (who, like Husserl, was a student of Franz Brentano). After submitting his dissertation, Ingarden returned to Poland for the remainder of his academic career, first teaching mathematics, psychology and philosophy in secondary schools while he worked on his Habilitationschrift. His academic career was interrupted from 1941–1944, when (due to the war) the university was closed, and he secretly taught philosophy at the university, and mathematics to secondary school children in an orphanage.When Husserl accepted the chair at Freiburg, Ingarden followed him, submitting his dissertation “” in 1917, for which he received his Ph. At the same time (and despite the bombing of his house in Lwów), Ingarden was working intensively on his magnum opus (the first two volumes of which were published in Polish in 19 respectively).He initially studied mathematics and philosophy in Lwów (now known as ‘Lviv’ and in Ukraine), and in 1912 went to Göttingen where he studied philosophy under Edmund Husserl, taking four semesters of seminars with Husserl, from 1912 to 1914, and again during the summer of 1915. With the publication of his Habilitationschrift, Ingarden was appointed as Privatdozent at the Jan Kazimierz University in Lwów, where he was promoted to Professor in 1933.Husserl considered Ingarden one of his best students, and the two remained in close touch until Husserl's death in 1938 (their philosophical correspondence was eventually published as Husserl's ). During this time his most well known work, (1936, in Polish).The first part presents a background and description of the Polish educational system in the midst of radical transformations.The changes under discussion focus on structural reform, which implements a new division into four educational stages, and syllabus reform, which enables teachers of Polish to choose a syllabus.The interdisciplinary and international academic and educational environment as well as the unique artistic and intellectual climate of Krakow are conducive to in-depth studies of culture and traditions of Central Europe.Tuition fee: • tuition for the first year:6000 EUR • tuition for the second year:3000 EUR registration - to September 13 Admission is held continuously by opening subsequent application rounds as long as there are still places available, or until the last additional round scheduled ends.
Ingarden's best-known works, indeed the only ones known to most of his readers in the English-speaking world, are his works on aesthetics, especially literature—works that offer unrivalledly sophisticated and subtle accounts both of the ontological status of works of art of various kinds, and of our means of cognizing them. Gołębia 24, room 1931-007 Kraków, Poland phone: 48 12 663 14 01 48 12 663 14 08 48 12 663 14 41, 14 81 e-mail: [email protected] internet: 2 years English 120 The Interdisciplinary MA Programme in Polish Studies, Jewish Studies, and History, a two-year full-time interdisciplinary MA study programme in English, the first of the kind at the Jagiellonian University which responds to the need of a comprehensive education in the field of Polish history and culture and Jewish culture.Thanks to the cooperation between the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, the Institute of History, and the Institute of Jewish Studies a unique programme of studies has been developed which, due to the combination of research methods of various disciplines and schools of criticism, gives its graduates a possibility of gaining a multidimensional insight into issues of key importance for the knowledge of literature and history.The second part includes a brief description of new tendencies in Polish teaching programs during the period of compulsory education (primary school and junior secondary school).Roman Ingarden (1893 – 1970) was a Polish phenomenologist, ontologist and aesthetician.