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Intentionality

Richard E. Aquila

Intentionality

a study of mental acts

by Richard E. Aquila

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Published by Pennsylvania State University Press in University Park .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intentionalism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRichard E. Aquila.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF311 .A65
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 168 p. ;
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4885147M
    ISBN 100271012285
    LC Control Number76015160

    This book is about the possibility and the prospects of making sense of non-propositional intentionality. Intentionality lies at the centre of a great deal of the philosophy of mind and, by and large, it is understood in propositional terms. Typically, the examples of intentionality deemed fundamental and the explanations of their natures rely on the idea of propositional content. Intentions and Intentionality highlights the roles these concepts play in social cognition. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, it offers cutting-edge work from researchers in cognitive, developmental, and social psychology and in philosophy, primatology, and law. It .

      concerning the intentionality of acts of consciousness, the status of the objec ts toward which intentional phenomena are directed, and the characterization of the intentional relations. Intentionality is defined as the power of the mind to represent or to stand for things, properties, and states of affairs; it is essential to begin with intentionality because the understanding of society is rooted from the understanding of unified human : John R. Searle.

    intentionality and intensionality are quite different things, and it seems unlikely that either can provide a criterion for the other. 6 A second potential source of confusion is the similarity of ‘intention’ and. This book breaks from this tradition, arguing that the only empirically adequate and in principle viable theory of intentionality is one in terms of phenomenal consciousness, the felt, subjective, or qualitative feature of mental life.


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Any intentional act must have the form M(p) (M = intentional mode) in the same way as any speech act must have the form F(p) (F = ilocutionary force).

Philosophically this is the best of Searle's by: The present book is concerned with these biologically fundamental capacities, and, though third in the sequence, in effect it provides the philosophical foundations for the other two.

Intentionality is taken to be the crucial mental phenomenon, and its analysis involves wide-ranging discussions of perception, action, causation, meaning, and Cited by:   Intentionality book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

Although third in sequence, this work provides the philosophical fou /5. However, “intentionality” and its cognates have become technical terms in phenomenology, and there is no way of avoiding them in a discussion of this philosophical tradition.

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magazine in His organizations--The John Maxwell Company, The John Maxwell Team, and /5(). or consciousness – its being “of” or “about” something – is “intentionality”. * This discussion of Husserl’s theory of intentionality derives from our book, Husserl and Intentionality: A Study of Mind, Meaning, and Language (Dordrecht and Boston: D.

Reidel, ), where our interpretation is. However, there is a lack of understanding of the role of psychological research in determining the place and shape of intentionality.

This book explicates the philosophy of psychology that the author has devised and applied in his work on economic psychology and behavioral economics. Given the provenance of intentional behaviorism, economic and.

The present book is concerned with these biologically fundamental capacities, and, though third in the sequence, in effect it provides the philosophical foundations for the other two.

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“I’m taking a creative writing class because I feel inspired when I’m exploring my creativity and I’m considering writing a book one day.” These are both examples of intentional living—even though the first person probably has a ten-year plan and the second person.

The intentionality of the book’s sentences is derived from the original intentionality of the states of mind of the author and reader who interpret those sentences (for this distinction, see Haugeland ).

So we can reframe our question as follows: can anything other than minds exhibit original intentionality. One problem with this question.

Intentionality and rationality are the two primary excellences which human, and perhaps some other, minds are understood to have. Intentionality is that directedness which allows thoughts to be about other things, even about the world.

Because the mind is an intentional system it can represent how things are. A systematic science news instruction that addresses the intentionality of learners to apply science knowledge and actively interact with authors' ideas would enhance students' use of science news Author: Joel Krueger.

The present book is concerned with these biologically fundamental capacities, and, though third in the sequence, in effect it provides the philosophical foundations for the other two.

Intentionality is taken to be the crucial mental phenomenon, and its analysis involves wide-ranging discussions of perception, action, causation, meaning, and /5(). Ever feel like there must be more to life than what you are currently experiencing.

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We all want to feel like the time we spend on earth makes a difference. The present book is concerned with these biologically fundamental capacities, and, though third in the sequence, in effect it provides the philosophical foundations for the other two. Intentionality is taken to be the crucial mental phenomenon, and its analysis involves wide-ranging discussions of perception, action, causation, meaning, and.

In the chapter on Intentionality in our book The 12 Week Year, Mike and I argue, that “to realize your potential, you must be mindful about how you spend your time.” This is because everything that you accomplish in life is heavily influenced by the way you allocate time.

To be intentional about your results is to first be intentional with your time. The supply of time is inelastic. Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Collective Intentionality provides a wide-ranging survey of topics in a rapidly expanding area of interdisciplinary research.

It consists of 36 chapters, written exclusively for this volume, by an international team of experts. Husserl and Intentionality: A Study of Mind, Meaning, and Language D.W Smith, R. McIntyre Springer Science & Business Media, - Philosophy - pages.

Intentional definition, done with intention or on purpose; intended: an intentional insult. See more. Intentionality is the heart and soul of healing, but what is it.

Meticulously researched and fluently written, Dr. Zahourek's work goes beyond previous writers and researchers in elucidating these concepts through the voices and actions of both healers and healees.

This book is of great value to healing professionals engaged in any of those Pages:. In fact, intentionality is different, though related. It is a directedness toward something. In leadership, intentionality is sustained focus on a goal or initiative, one that has purpose and meaning for the enterprise.

People experience an intentional leader as deliberate. and the author of four bestselling business books including Speak.This chapter analyzes the relationship of dispositional essentialism to questions of modality and to intentionality.

Armstrong criticizes dispositional essentialism on the ground that it leads to a Meinongian commitment to non-actual possibilia. It is shown that Armstrong's view is likewise committed to such entities; consequently any sensible view (i.e., not modal realism nor Megarian.The book starts out by defining intentionality problem and discussing the historiography of Brentanos conceptualization.

It examines immateriality, content and aboutness, and sense perception. In its conclusion, the book claims that intentionality in Mulla Sadra combines ontological and psychological realities and that as a result of Sadrian.