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Intentionalism


Intentionalism about consciousness is the view that consciousness is a form of intentionality or mental representation. A popular form of intentionalism says that the conscious or phenomenal character of a state of mind is determined by its intentional content. I argue against this form of intentionalism, and in favour of what David Chalmers calls ‘impure’ intentionalism: the view that the conscious character of a state of mind is determined by its entire intentional nature. NB This version should replace an earlier version of this paper which was on my old website.Article

Crane, Tim (2007) Intentionalism.


Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Citation: (forthcoming) A.Beckermann & B.McLaughlin (eds.) "Oxford Handbook to the Philosophy of Mind".
Subjects:Philosophy
Keywords:Thought, Intentionalism
Divisions:Institute of Philosophy
Collections:London Philosophy Papers
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Date Deposited:08 Oct 2010 11:17
Last Modified:12 Oct 2010 07:42
ItemID:588
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