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18 Lem rejects utterly any idea of an organized inner struc ture of the work existing independently of perceptive acts. Semantic structuring of the work would, in such a case, de pend entirely on receiving gear “applied” to the work and be thus absolutely free, unrestricted. ”19 Lem’s polemic purpose, directed against positions ne glecting the role played by acts of reception in the consti tution of significative contents of the literary work, is man ifest; it is not, therefore, altogether clear whether these ex treme theses may and should be taken literally, or whether they are but a sort of exaggeration aiming at an emphasis of some important traits of literary communication.
Ingarden , 415-16. The Structure of Artworks 53 17. Ingarden , Szkice z filozofii literatury (Sketches in the Philosophy of Literature), 67. 18. Janusz Sławiński, “Wypowiedz w dyskusji nad Filozofia Przypadku S. Lema” (Minutes of a discussion on The Philosophy of Chance of S. Lem), Pamiętnik Literacki, I (1971). 19. Stanisław Lem, Filozofia przypadku, Literatura w świetle empirii (The Philosophy of Chance: Literature in the Light of Empiricism), (Cracow 1968), italics added. 20. Lem, 196.
10. , (Warsaw 1958), II, 100. 11. Ingarden , 280. 12. Michal Glowinski, Style odbioru (The Styles of Reception), (Cracow 1977), 96. 13. Ingarden , 0 dziele literackim (On the Literary Work of Art), (Warsaw 1960), 323. 14. Ingarden , 103. 15. Ingarden , 416. 16. Ingarden , 415-16. The Structure of Artworks 53 17. Ingarden , Szkice z filozofii literatury (Sketches in the Philosophy of Literature), 67. 18. Janusz Sławiński, “Wypowiedz w dyskusji nad Filozofia Przypadku S. Lema” (Minutes of a discussion on The Philosophy of Chance of S.