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A importancia da act-psychology de Franz Brentano
Ramón, Saturnino Pesquero;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722006000200021
Abstract: this article attempts to redeem franz brentano's paternity of his intentionality theory, which sustains his act-psychology, which postulates, among other thesis, the indissociabitity between idea and action for explaining the specificity of human behavior. for that, he is considered one of the creators of modern psychology, as emancipated from philosophy. this assumption is subjacent to psychoanalysis, gestalt-psychology and cognitive-phenomelogical psychology.
Brentano’s Psychology And Logic And The Basis Of Twardowski’s Theory Of Presentations  [cached]
Robin Rollinger
The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication , 2009, DOI: 10.4148/biyclc.v4i0.130
Abstract: It is widely known that Kasimir Twardowski was a student of Franz Brentano. In view of the fact that Brentano generally had great impact through his lectures, especially during his Vienna period (1874-1895), and consequently became one of the towering figures of Austrian philosophy, it is a matter of no small interest to determine how he influenced Twardowski. I’ll first consider presentations as they are described in Brentano’s psychology and then proceed to discuss Brentano’s account of the latter in his logic.
Intentionality and the stream of thought: Brentano and James
An?elkovi? Miroslava
Theoria, Beograd , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/theo0803015a
Abstract: Philosophers have not done much research on the connection between philosophical and psychological views of Franz Brentano and William James. This connection is of particular historical interest because their views influenced Edmund Husserl, but it also bears philosophical importance as one can show why in James' philosophy of mind there is no correlate to Brentano's notion of intentionality which designates the relationship between mental and physical phenomena. Given this, intentionality, if there is room for it in James' psychology, would be the relation which holds between the correlates of these phenomena in his analysis of consciousness. I am trying to show that there is such a correlation between mental phenomena and James' notion of transitive segments, as well as between physical phenomena and James' notion of substantive segments of consciousness. The question is whether the segments of consciousness stand in the relationship of intentionality and I argue that this is not the case.
An Image of a Higher World: Ethical Renewal in Franz Brentano and Edmund Husserl Auk tesniojo pasaulio vaizdinys: etinis atsinaujinimas pagal Franca Brentano ir Edmund Husserl  [cached]
Michael Gubser
Coactivity : Philosophy, Communication , 2009, DOI: 10.3846/1822-430x.2009.17.3.39-49
Abstract: Although interpreters have long recognized Franz Brentano’s powerful impact on his students, the career-long persistence of his hold on Edmund Husserl is still underestimated. Conventional narratives of Husserl’s development describe his mentor’s pervasive early impact followed by a sharp break from the master’s philosophy. My essay challenges this account by arguing that Husserl’s shift toward transcendental phenomenology within the domain of ethics marked a reappraisal – even a reinvigoration – of Brentanian premises, rather than an attempt to discard them. Article in English Nepaisant to, kad tyrin tojai seniai pripa ino mil ini k F. Brentano tak savo studentams, pastarojo id j poveikis visai Edmundo Husserlio kūrybai vis dar n ra deramai vertintas. Bendrai pripa intuose Husserlio id j raidos tyrimuose pabr iama Brentano taka ankstyvajam Husserliui ir staigus atsisiejimas nuo mokytojo filosofijos. Straipsnyje aptariama i nuomon , i keliama id ja, kad Husserlio per jimas prie transcendentaliosios fenomenologijos etikos srityje nu ym jo perkainojim – gal net prik l naujam gyvenimui Brentano prielaidas, o ne atmet jas. Straipsnis angl kalba
Freud e Brentano: mais que um flerte filosófico = Freud and Brentano: more than a philosophical flirt  [cached]
CataldoMaria, Thiago Marcellus de S.,Winograd, Monah
Psico , 2013,
Abstract: N o seria exagerado afirmar que a importancia da rela o entre Freud e Brentano tem sido negligenciada. Embora o tema n o tenha sido ignorado, dentre os nomes que comp em a fileira dos que influenciaram Freud, o de Brentano certamente é um dos mais apagados. Este ensaio pretende sublinhar algumas marcas do filósofo nas formula es do metapsicólogo. Para tanto, come amos destacando as evidências históricas da estreiteza da rela o Freud- Brentanto. Em seguida, investigamos o conceito de intencionalidade tendo em vista a proximidade das concep es de Freud e Brentano a respeito da representa o em dois pontos principais: o primeiro é a impossibilidade de um ato de representa o ocorrer na ausência de objeto representado e o segundo é o fato de o objeto representado n o necessariamente existir enquanto coisa real. Após estes desenvolvimentos, finalizamos, apontando para outras marcas das concep es brentanianas na teoria freudiano e, portanto, para a riqueza desta linha de pesquisa. It would not be exaggerated to to say that the importance of the relationship between Freud and Brentano has been neglected. Although the issue has not been ignored, among the names that influenced Freud, Brentano’s is certainly one of the most deleted. This essay aims to highlight some imprints of the philosopher in the formulation of metapsychology. We begin by highlighting the historical evidence of the closeness of the relationship Freud-Brentanto. Next, we investigated the concept of intentionality in order to emphasize the proximity of Brentano and Freud’s conceptions about the representation in two main points: the first is the impossibility that an act of representation occurs in the absence of the represented object and the second is the fact that the represented object does not necessarily exist as a real thing. After these developments, we conclude by pointing to other brentanians imprints on Freudian theory and therefore to the richness of this research.
Brentano's Account of Anselm's Proof of Immortality in Monologion 68-69
Susan Krantz Gabriel
The Saint Anselm Journal , 2004,
Abstract: In his lectures on medieval philosophy, the German philosopher Franz Brentano (1838-1917) noted that Anselm had proposed a "peculiar" proof of immortality. This proof caught Brentano's attention because it is what he would call a "psychological" proof, that is to say, it rests on facts about our mental or psychic activities. Anselm tells us, roughly, that the purpose of our existence is to love God (a psychological activity, in Brentano's terms), and that God would not will that our activity of loving him should cease, therefore our souls are immortal. There is an interesting play between Anselm's claim that the soul amet summam essentiam (loves the supreme being) and Brentano's report that Anselm says the love of God is the soul's hoechste Bestimmung (highest determination). Perhaps it is Brentano's peculiar interpretation of Anselm's argument for immortality that turns an activity of the soul into a defining property of the soul. In any event, Brentano is right that Anselm's proof of immortality in the Monologion is remarkable, and apparently it has gone largely unnoticed and unstudied so far.
Cassirer and the Phenomenological Approach to Psychology

高申春 甄 洁
- , 2018,
Abstract: 摘要 德国哲学家卡西尔以其符号形式哲学的体系在当代思想世界独树一帜。系统的分析证明,在他的思想中,潜在地蕴涵着一种系统化的关于心理学的思考;正是这种心理学(思考),不仅赋予了他的思想以特色,而且执行着为他的体系奠基的逻辑职能。只有参照以布伦塔诺、胡塞尔及詹姆斯等人为代表的现象学心理学的思想资源,才能将卡西尔隐而不显的心理学理想主题化,并揭示其理论实现的可能形态。卡西尔以这种特殊的方式,为心理学的现象学道路及其必然性提供了一个独立的历史证明。
Abstract:The German philosopher Ernst Cassirer established his prominent role in contemporary philosophical arena with his system of the Philosophy of Symbolic Forms. A thoroughgoing analysis of the system shows that in his thinking there lies potentially a systematic consideration concerning the ideal of psychology as a science, and it is this psychological consideration that both gives his thought its characteristic features and lays down the foundation for his system. Only if with the intellectual and terminological resources from phenomenology and the phenomenological psychology as represented by such figures as Franz Brentano, Edmund Husserl and William James as guiding referential framework can Cassirer's implicit ideal of psychology be thematized explicitly, thus disclosing the possible theoretical realization of the ideal. This explication of Cassirer further establishes the thesis that in this specific way Cassirer, independently and incidentally, provides a logically forceful historical verification of the truth and necessity of the phenomenological approach to psychology.
Franz Brentano: equivocidad del ser y objeto intencional
Porta, Mario Ariel González;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2002000100007
Abstract: this work aims to prove that the brentanian notion of intentionality, and particularly his conceptions of intentional object and immanence, cannot be properly understood but in the boundaries of the author' s ontological concerns, particularly his former defense and later denial of the equivocity of being.
Franz Kugler
Eric Garberson
Journal of Art Historiography , 2011,
Abstract: Review of: Michel Espagne, Bénédicte Savoy, Céline Trautmann-Waller, Franz Theodor Kugler. Deutscher Kunsthistoriker und Berliner Dichter, Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 2010. Reviews a collection of essays based on papers delivered at the Berlin conference (2008) celebrating Franz Kugler (1808-1858), a key figure in the disciplinary history of art history and an active player the cultural and intellectual life of Berlin in the mid-nineteenth century. Written by historians, art historians, and historians of literature, these essays examine Kugler’s work as an art historian, critic, journal editor, Prussian bureaucrat, poet, and member of several art and literary societies.
Breves considera es sobre a concep o do objeto de estudo da Psicologia para Wundt e para Brentano  [cached]
Jan Luiz Leonardi
Psicologia em Revista , 2011,
Abstract: O século XIX testemunhou diversas tentativas de constitui o de uma Psicologia científica, com o aparecimento de diferentes sistemas psicológicos. Entre eles, destacam-se o de Wilhelm Wundt e o de Franz Brentano. Ambos buscam imputar cientificidade à Psicologia, mas discordam quanto ao ponto de partida para a elabora o de um projeto de Psicologia. Este artigo tem por objetivo introduzir a concep o do objeto de estudo da Psicologia conforme apresentada em suas obras centrais. Wundt defende que o objeto de estudo da Psicologia é a experiência consciente imediata, composta de elementos mentais básicos que podem ser divididos em sensa es e sentimentos. Brentano postula que a Psicologia é a ciência dos fen menos psíquicos, atos mentais que têm dire o para objetos cuja existência depende de tais atos
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