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Intentionality - Wikipedia


Intentionality is a philosophical concept and is defined by the Stanford Encyclopedia of ... is affirmed or denied, in love loved, in hate hated, in desire desired and so on. ... exists in or has in...

Desire (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)


Dec 9, 2009 ... But Janet can desire a yellow mango even when she is not trying to get one ... actions he believes are likely to make it the case that Janet loves him. ..... are attitudes toward propositions' or 'desires have propositional content'.

Propositional Attitudes? - SHANTI Pages - University of Virginia


described by saying that you desire that Smith love you. Or suppose that you fear .... attitude'—fear and desire are not propositional attitudes, but belief is.3. 3.

Against Propositionalism - University of Exeter

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that is not a proposition, and therefore have an objectual attitude, simply in having a ... discuss a defense of propositionalism, based mainly on the attitude of desire, .... sion [C] love, hate and so on are irreducible intentional attitudes, but their.

Non-Propositional Attitudes (in Philosophy Compass) | Alex ...


The present paper explores non-propositional attitudes in an introductory but ... in love loved, in hate hated, in desire desired and so on (1874: 88-89). ... A forthcoming answer appeals to the fact that he fears Superman but not Clark Kent .

Philosophical Dictionary: Attitudes - Propositional

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Oct 25, 2012 ... Two basic propositional attitudes are believing and desiring. 1. ... desiring etc., and statements (that may but need not be propositional attitudes). ... "he believes the pope loves duckbilled platypuses or the pope does not love ...

Not All Attitudes Are Propositional Alex Grzankowski Abstract Most ...


terms of the propositional fail, but that some non-propositional attitudes don't ..... desire, and so on, one should be just as satisfied taking fearing, liking, loving, ...



A mental state can have as intentional object an individual (John loves. Marsha), a state ... states but also that of everyday intentional attitudes such as beliefs and desires ... (Dennett) Tacit propositional attitudes (the belief that New York is not.



thing that is desired: what is desired is the object of the desire. .... But the propositional-attitude thesis does not say that ..... This is not who Napoleon loves, of.

Propositional attitudes - Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy


Examples of propositional attitudes include the belief that snow is white, the hope ... discussed kinds of propositional attitudes are belief, desire and intention, but ... these sentences are not, as they stand, ascriptions of propositional attitudes, ...

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The Splintered Mind: "Propositional Attitudes": Belief vs. Desire ...


Jul 17, 2012 ... The two occurrences of "desire" are not examples of desire reports, but rather gestures toward an interest in propositional attitude reports ...

Advantages of Propositionalism - PhilPapers


Are Not Propositional Attitudes'2 attack propositionalism about desire. Michelle Montague's ... might account for the attitudes of missing, mourning, and loving, which ... physics of intentional objects, but insists that 'the object of any desire is.

Against Propositionalism | michelle montague - Academia.edu


It seems, however, many intentional attitudes are not relations to ... but then moves straight on to a discussion of propositional attitudes without ... Lemos explicitly advocates propositionalism for attitudes such as love, desire, and preference.