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Title: Phénoménologie et ontologie de l'œuvre architecturale (Ingarden, Heidegger)
Author(s): STEINMETZ, Rudy
Journal: Etudes phénoménologiques - Phenomenological Studies
Volume: 6 Date: 2022
While the phenomenological analyses of the architectural work offered by Ingarden and Heidegger are motivated by different problems and theoretical concerns, they nevertheless converge on several points. Despite some hesitancy on the part of Ingarden, due to his favorable attitude toward the modernist movement, their phenomenological analyses bring to the fore the fusional character that the built object has with its surrounding world, and thus raise the question of the limits and true identity of such a built object. An ambiguous ontology of the art of building arises from these analyses, of which I would like to give an account.