Date(s) - 07/03/2021
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Intentionality. A concept (not to be confused with having intentions) adopted by Franz Brentano to characterise the directedness of consciousness towards objects (whether or not they actually exist), which makes them essentially distinct from physical objects, and hence supports a dualist view. This concept was used by his pupil Edmund Husserl as the basis of his phenomenological method.
This will be an online session on Zoom. For access please click on the following link SLPC Zoom Meeting. The meeting starts at 12:30, but the link will be open from 12:15 to allow attendees to connect before the meeting