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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Beställ boken senast måndag 30 november för leverans innan julaftonMark Textor presents a critical study of the work of one of the most important thinkers of the 19th century. How is the mental distinct from the physical? What must awareness of seeing, hearing, etc. be like to be infallible? What does the unity of a conscious mental life consist in? Textor shows how Brentano helps us to answer these questions
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Guillaume Frchette, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews This book has a great deal of erudition, careful analysis, illuminating examples, and challenging objections, and is written in an excellent and entertaining style. It will be of great value for those interested in Brentano's philosophy from a systematic and historical perspective, and for phenomenologists as well.
Journal of the History of Philosophy The book should be of great interest to philosophers of mind schooled in more recent traditions who would like to understand Brentano and intentionality better, as well as historians who would like to understand the reception of Brentano's concept of intentionality in more recent debates better.
Mark Textor is professor of philosophy in King's College in London. His main areas of research are philosophy of language and history of analytic philosophy so broadly conceived that it even includes Brentano. He is author of Frege on Sense and Reference (Routledge 2010).
Introduction 1: Some Marks of the Mental 2: Brentano's Thesis Revisited 3: Intentionality Primitivism 4: The Regress and the Duplication Argument 5: One Act, Several Conceptual Parts 6: A Relation that 'Relates Itself to Itself', Some Regress Threats and a Mystery 7: Awareness and Observation 8: Attention, Adumbration, and a Neglected Mark of the Mental 9: The Intentionality of Enjoyment 10: The Structure of Enjoyment 11: The Nature of Enjoyment 12: Mental Monism A Brief Conclusion