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    Husserl’s Theory of Manifolds and Ontology: From the Viewpoint of Intentional Objects.Kentaro Ozeki - 2022 - Annual Review of the Phenomenological Association of Japan 38:(10)–(17).
    This study purports a unifying view of the ontology of mathematics and fiction presented in Husserl’s 1894 manuscript “Intentional Objects” [Intentionale Gegenstände] in relation to his theory of manifolds. In particular, I clarify that Husserl’s argument supposes deductive systems of mathematical theories and fictional work as well as their “correlates,” which are mathematical manifolds in the former cases. This unifying view concretizes the concept of manifolds as an ontological concept that is not bound to mathematics. Although mathematical and fictional objects (...)
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