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Philosophy of Mind: A Short lntroduction

Edward Feser

First South Asian Edition 2006


Introductory Discussion

  1. The term “intentionality” signify the capacity of a mental state to “point at,” or to be about, or to mean, stand for, or represent, something beyond itself.
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Philosophy Of Mind

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