The program of neorealism origin from a rethinking of the category of intentionality and relates it to the problem of meaning. Minazzi shows how the medieval tradition of scholasticism allows to rethink the problem of meaning, taking into account both of the meaning which the project is also the response of the empirical world. The meaning is thus a project meaning that caters to the world. But the world, for its part, can fill – or not – this project of significance. The scholastic formul suppositio pro significato non ultimato indicate that the gap may always exist between the meaning and the world. This solution avoids both the metaphysics of traditional classical realism as the metaphysics of traditional empiricism and opens the opportunity to usher in a new form of ontologism critical. The ontologism critic born of a recovery, according to Husserl’s phenomenology, just this problem of meaning which is then reformulated taking into account the tradition of transcendentalism inaugurated by Kant. Minazzi shows how the syntactical, semantic and referential constitute three different levels of analysis that should not be overlapped, but must be considered in their autonomy. In this way the meaning always refers to a referent understood according to a given theory and also requires the intervention of the technology to change the world.