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Alessandro Salice (Editor)

Intentionality - eBook

Historical and Systematic Perspectives

ISBN: 978-3-88405-719-3

Price: €98.00 (including 19 % tax)


Foreword John R. Searle
Philosophia Basic Philosophical Concepts
423 pp., References, Index, Abstracts,
Contributors  Biographies, Paperback 
ISBN   978-3-88405-104-7



Intentionality is that key feature of our mind which enables us to be directed at the world. To think, to perceive, to communicate with someone, to intend to do something, to love and hate someone are intentional acts because they concern – are of – something in the world. As this notion epitomizes the very issue of how the mind is related to the world, it represents a pivotal concept for philosophy and a number of other disciplines. 

This volume collects previously unpublished essays which shed light on some of the most important historical sources of the modern debate on intentionality and provide original contributions to central aspects of this debate. The authors represent a range of international specialists in the field, including John Searle, author of the foreword, Mauro Antonelli, Jocelyn Benoist, Stefano Besoli, Hans Burkhardt, Anita Konzelmann Ziv, Dale Jacquette, Martin Lenz, Robin Rollinger,  Tetsuya  Sakakibara,  Hans  Bernhard  Schmid, John Tienson, Genki Uemura, Toru Yaegashi, and the editor, Alessandro Salice.

The plurality of perspectives with which these authors address the notion of intentionality confers to the volume philosophical richness and theoretical incisiveness, making it an essential tool for all scholars engaged with the theory of intentionality and related themes.

 

 

Content:

 I.    Martin Lenz Intentionality without Objectivity?  

       Spinoza’s Theory of Intentionality               

 II.   Hans Burkhardt Intentionality in Leibniz’s Philosophy    

III.   Anita Konzelmann Ziv Bernard Bolzano:

       Intentionality and the Foundations of Morality

IV.   Mauro Antonelli Franz Brentano’s Intentionality The

V.   Robin Rollinger Anton Marty on Intentionality  

VI    Stefano Besoli The Primacy of Functioning Intentionality 

        in Edmund Husserl

VII.  Alessandro Salice Phänomenologische Variationen.

        Intention and Fulfillment in Early Phenomenology

VIII.  Genki Uemura and Toru Yaegashi  Alexander Pfänder

        on the Intentionality of Willing

 IX.  Jocelyn Benoist Why Should Inexistent Objects 

        Be a Problem?    

 X.   John Tienson On the Limits of Intentional Externalism

XI.    Dale Jacquette Collective Intentionality 

        in the Theory of Meaning  

XII.   Hans Bernhard Schmid Shared Intentionality 

       and the Origins of Human Communication  

XIII. Tetsuya Sakakibara The Intentionality of Caring




 





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