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This is written using the structure and language of a chemistry re28 The reality of information systems research search paper, but was a parody intended to entertain, and not a scientific work intended to establish and transmit cognitive results. Some members of the research community took the paper seriously until the ruse was revealed. In this way, perception is always fallible and noema must shift with reconsidered perceptions (Routledge, 2000, p. 369). The results of information systems research are reported in the research literature.
Brentano’s ontology is based on the investigation of two types of phenomena. First, he identifies our inner perceptions, facts about ourselves and our intentional activity. Second, the sensations we have of the external world: colour, sounds, smells are identified. In his comments on intentionality we begin to see a way of accommodating perceived diversity: However various our ideas of things may be, the differences of the ideas are not just a function of the differences of the objects of thought; they are also a function of what the object is thought of as.
8). Fortunately for this study, he also explicitly included ‘scientific works [which are] clearly distinguishable from the works of so-called belles-lettres … and yet frequently spoken of as having greater or lesser literary value or as being devoid of it’ (Ingarden, 1965, p. 9). Ingarden proposed that literary works have a number of strata and that it is the characteristics of and diversity between strata that generate a polyphonic character to the work. These strata were described by him as: 1.