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Why the Mark of the Dispositional is not the Mark of the Intentional

Alberto Voltolini    Università degli Studi di Torino, Italia    

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abstract

In this paper, first of all, I will try to show that Crane’s attempt at facing Nes’ criticism of his two original criteria for intentionality (of reference), directedness and aspectual shape, does not work. Hence, in order to dispense with Nes’ counterexample given in terms of dispositions, there is no need to strengthen such criteria by appealing to representationality, Moreover, I will stress that such criteria are perfectly fine when properly meant in mental viz phenomenological terms that appeal to the possible nonexistence and the possible apparent aspectuality of the object of a thought, its intentional object. For once they are so meant, dispositions clearly lack them.

Pubblicato
30 Giugno 2020
Accettato
01 Aprile 2020
Presentato
02 Marzo 2020
Lingua
EN

Keywords: Intentional objectPossible nonexistenceDispositionsPossible apparent aspectualityAspectual shapeDirectedness(Reference) intentionality

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