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None of these kinds of relations picks out intentionality as the relation bet- ween a psychical act and its intentional object. Brentano tried to be as clear and as unambiguous as possible about it: 1. Everything psychical has an object 2. We can think about anything, whether it exists or not.
Trivially, if intentionality were a relation in the classical sense, it would have to involve two distinct realities.
Hence, obviously, whenever we think of some non-existent thing centaurs, the golden mountain, etc. However, then we would not have an act either, since its object and its intentional relation to the object would be missing and we cannot have an act without an object.
Therefore, since we do have acts that have a Beziehung to non-existent objects, intentionality cannot be a relation. For the empiricist Brentano, moreover, external perception generally does not show us the world in itself, i.
Das ist, was sie von jedem anderen unterscheidet. Diese Beziehung auf den Inhalt ist eine mehrfache. Jedes Psychische hat einen Gegenstand 2. Causing an appearance and appearing are two different things, and a lot of confusion is due to Kant, as he confounded and mixed up the one and the other.
External perception is at best putative: it assumes naively that what you see is what you get. What is real is 1 whom is being appeared to and 2 the appearing itself; not however, what appears.
Answer: They designate the objects of our presentations, etc. Objection: What they are presented as, what else is that if not as an object?
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And this [would be] impossible following our earlier remarks. Answer: This is not true in general. Often it is an object, but not always. There is not presentation in which there would not exist something intentionally in the mind, but there are objectless presentations. Also some- thing that is not, even what cannot be at all, can be presented.
Ich antworte: nein! Brentano PS 47, Einwand: Das als was es vorgestellt wird, was ist das anders als ein Gegenstand? Antwort: Nicht allgemein ist dies wahr. Oft ist es ein Gegenstand, aber nicht immer. Es gibt keine Vorstellung, bei wel- cher nicht etwas intentional im Geiste existierte, aber es gibt gegenstandslose Vorstellungen.
Auch etwas was nicht ist, ja etwas was gar nicht sein kann, kann vorgestellt werden. A name designates in a certain way the content of a presentation as such, the immanent object. In a certain way that which is presented through the content of a presentation.
The first is the meaning of the name. The second is what the name denominates. Of this we say that is has that name.
If it exists, it is the external object of the presentation. We denominate by way of the meaning. In gewisser Weise das, was durch den Inhalt einer Vorstellung vorgestellt wird. Der erste ist die Bedeutung des Namens. Das zweite ist das, was der Name nennt. Von ihm sagen wir, es komme der Name ihm zu. Man nennt unter Vermittlung der Bedeutung.
While it too goes on the same object, it does so in a different manner. It is an ap- pearance caused by an object, but not necessarily a veridical appearance of that object.
In and with each and every act of external perception I also have an act of internal percepti- on, but not as if a second act of observation would go on the first, but intimately united with it, as essential part of it. The object is the same, the only thing that changes is the perspective. Where ex- ternal perception naively takes its objects as given misleading us into a relational model , internal perception reveals every act as correlational with its object, i. There are not two objects, one immanent and one transcendent, but merely one object regarded from different perspectives: internal and external perception.
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Indeed, these correlates are what is observed directly in internal perception, while the presenting, judging, etc. Brentano, Y 2, pp. In my external perception I have a sensati- on of red.
In my internal perception I have both the act of sensation as well as its correlate. So the same red color appears simulta- neously as object of external perception with its Falschnehmung as an external reality and as object of internal perception with its Wahrnehmung as an internal reality. Nevertheless, this stronger role for the perspectives from which we regard the internal structure of intentional acts should also accommodate the analyses of Antonelli and Sauer who sharply distingu- ish the correlate from the intentional object.
But what are experienced as primary objects, or what are thought universally as primary objects of reason, are never themselves the objects of inner perception. So I protest against this foolishness that has been dreamed up and attributed to me.
Yet, whenever I externally perceive a horse, my internal perception will show me a correlative unity of act and object, i. So there is just one single object in question here, regarded from two perspectives: as object of the primary act it is the potentially existing, transcendent horse, as object of the secondary act it is the necessarily existing, immanent thought horse.
Internal perception, however, perceives the real mental act without modification a pre- sent, individual, etc. Internal perception cannot ever see horses simpliciter, but only presented, remembered, phantasized, etc. However, it could never do so if there were not a primary act that presents objects without modification. The alternative to regarding the unmodified and modified object as one and the same, though regarded from two perspectives, is to stipulate, besides the potential ex- ternal object, two more objects internally.
Brentano , 53 40Brentano, PS 76 Unfortunately, in many cases we do not as of yet have a reliable critical edition of the relevant manuscripts. The latter claim would then be in line with my transcendentalist interpretation.
In the case of e. All claims of external perception and of the sciences based upon it are putative, presumptive, pretensi- on. External perception does mistakenly show us the contents of sensation as properties of ob- jects existing in reality, while internal perception correctly shows them as immanent objects, as phenomena.
In one act with one object, I am also reflectively aware of the act and its correlate. The act of external percep- tion misleads me into thinking this red actually is an external reality property of a real external ob- ject, accident of a substance, etc. Reflection shows me that it is not. In reflection the correlate of the act is revealed to me as an immanent object, as phenomenon. So at the same time, the same ob- ject of sensation is regarded as existing externally and internally, as existing as an external reality and as existing only as an internal reality.
Hence, what is naively accepted by external percep- tion, is revealed in its ambiguous nature by internal perception. This is exactly the inherently trans- cendental function of intentionality: that its reach exceeds its grasp.
In the vast majority of the cases,42 including external perception, we only have access to the intended objects through signs, i. Hence, all extra-mental reality is only accessible through symbolic presentations Ierna This position is reasserted also in his lectures on descriptive psychology: 41 On the reasons for this predicament, also see Schuhmann , p. Only through inferences can we assume such, the appearance [Schein] itself that I have, does not justify it.
And all of these share the reference to an immanent object, e.
The desired as desired is in the desirer. Although we, when we perceive our desiring, acknowledge the immanent existence of the desired as desired, we would not say that we perceive the desired as such, but only that we perceive our desiring, whose correlate it is.
This correlate is simply not real. We cannot distinguish between external perception and hallucination, so we never have immediate evidence of the external world.
However, even this is highly debatable, since Brentano claims very explicitly that e. This seems generalisable to all other sensations as well. Sensations always have quality, intensity, and spatial localisation Brentano PS 76, and we have the tendency to project the sensed qualities onto their causes, i. Und diesen allen ist […] gemeinsam die Beziehung auf ein immanentes Object, z.
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Das Begehrte als Begehrtes ist in dem Begehrenden. Obwohl wir nun, indem wir unser Begehren wahrnehmen, die immanente Existenz des Begehrten als Begehrten erken- nen, so werden wir doch nicht wohl sagen dass wir das Begehrte als solches wahrnehmen, sondern nur das wir unser Begehren wahrnehmen, dessen Correlat es ist.
Dieses Correlat ist eben nicht real. Hence it is neither the intended nor the intentional object. What is the intended and intentional ob- ject, and is revealed as such and as correlate in reflection, is always only the immanent object. First-intentionally, we fall prey to the naive assumption of their reality, second-intentionally, we see them for what they really are, i. In internal perception we also see the semantic character, the sign-character of the in- tentional object and hence its transcendent reference, its nature of a surrogate.
For instance, a sensa- tion of red is symbolic insofar as it acts merely as a sign in a symbolic presentation of its stimulus.
If I take the sensation of red as a sign for something else, then it does not have as content what its name means, but refers beyond itself, symbolically. We properly present the signs, and improperly present through the signs. That is to say, single sensations together form a whole which presumptively lies beyond them. We properly intend each of the single features, but not the whole, which is presented symbolically. The external object putatively presented through it cannot be said to be part of the act.
The unpresentable force in nature certainly cannot be properly inten- ded, but only per accidens. In EL 74, the Psychognostic Sketch, , he then says that names are closely connected to surro- gate presentations, i. See Brentano, PS 78, ff.
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Go to: Distributed Proofreaders. Wayne Deavours March 22, 6: Thank you for this website. I have learned a lot.Fragrant roasted beans, piled high in open burlap sacks, exude come-hither aromas at T. We properly intend each of the single features, but not the whole, which is presented symbolically.
This intentional correlate, that begins and ends with the act, is the psychically modified counterpart of the intentional object, which is independent from thought.
Anders die innere Erfahrung. The loved as loved, but not the loving. She is married to writer D. Therefore, since we do have acts that have a Beziehung to non-existent objects, intentionality cannot be a relation. What is this im- manent object?
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