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On Gurwitsch's theory of intentionality

Richard Milton Martin

pp. 143-152

Gurwitsch's recent discussion of "Husserl's definition of consciousness in terms of its intentionality" as "a revolutionary innovation in the history of modern philosophy" is clear, precise, and suggestive.1 It may be of interest to see how what seems to be essentially his account may be viewed in the light of recent work in systematic pragmatics, event logic, and the like. In this way, hopefully, some light may be shed on the underlying logical structure of the theory of intentionality.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-010-1610-0_10

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Martin, R.M. (1974). On Gurwitsch's theory of intentionality, in Whitehead's categoreal scheme and other papers, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 143-152.

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