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Crane - The Origin of the Concepts of Intentionality and Intension

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This is a review of Section 4 of "Crane (Tim) - Mind", from "Crane (Tim) - Elements of Mind - An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind". For the previous Section, see this Note1.

Crane’s Abstract

    The origin of the term 'intentionality' explained; intentionality as a mental feature should be distinguished from the logical feature, intensionality; the connection and difference between these ideas explained.

My Notes The Note for the next Section is here9.



In-Page Footnotes:

Footnote 2: Why? Think this through.

Footnote 3: So, what makes a goat a goat is the form of the goat, and this is just what makes a thought of a goat a thought of a goat.

Footnote 4: Re-read, and note this in my cross-references document.

Footnote 5: We need examples – look up in Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy.

Footnote 6: What does this mean? See the beginning of §8 (Click here for Note), where “intentional inexistence” is defined as “the existence of the intentional object in the state of mind itself”.

Footnote 7: So, what’s the issue?

Footnote 8: Need an example.


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Crane - Directedness and Intentional Objects Crane - Perspectives and Their Objects Crane - The Structure of Intentionality    

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Crane - Directedness and Intentional Objects Crane - Elements of Mind Crane - Perspectives and Their Objects Crane - The Intentionality of Bodily Sensation  

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Authors, Books & Papers Citing this Note

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References & Reading List

Author Title Medium Source Read?
Crane (Tim) Elements of Mind - An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind Book - Cited High Quality Abstract Crane (Tim) - Elements of Mind - An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind Yes
Crane (Tim) Mind Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Crane - Elements of Mind - An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind, 2001, Chapter 1 Yes



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