Brentano


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Brentano

(German brɛnˈtaːno)
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(Biography) Clemens (Maria) (ˈkleːmənz). 1778–1842, German romantic poet and compiler of fairy stories and folk songs esp (with Achim von Arnim) the collection Des Knaben Wunderhorn (1805–08)
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We may take as one of the best and most typical representatives of this school the Austrian psychologist Brentano, whose "Psychology from the Empirical Standpoint,"* though published in
Like Brentano, I am interested in psychology, not so much for its own sake, as for the light that it may throw on the problem of knowledge.
The view expressed by Brentano has been held very generally, and developed by many writers.
The reference of thoughts to objects is not, I believe, the simple direct essential thing that Brentano and Meinong represent it as being.
Even those, however, which are purely mental will not have that intrinsic reference to objects which Brentano assigns to them and which constitutes the essence of "consciousness" as ordinarily understood.
Alguns estudos tem sido conduzidos com esse intuito, em diversas populacoes com diferentes niveis de treinamento (Silva e Colaboradores, 2004; Brentano e Colaboradores, 2008), assim como outros estudos que procuram predizer o peso maximo de 1RM por meio da realizacao de testes de repeticoes maximas, a partir dos quais sao criadas equacoes preditivas de 1RM (Abadie e Wentworth, 2000; Ware e Colaboradores, 1995).
After taking over the lease and brand of the Brentano's bookstore in Paris, Farokh Sharifi has decided to expand the bookstore.
Lane County sheriff's officials said Douglas Brentano was hit at 4:17 p.m.
In 1919, two years after Franz Brentano's death, his student Edmund Husserl published a memorial in a volume compiled by fellow protege Oskar Kraus.
Ernst Mach's philosophy; pro and con; with contributions by Brentano, Carnap, Einstein, Husserl, Lenin, Mach, Planck, Popper, and others.
The History of Intentionality: Theories of Consciousness from Brentano to Husserl.