Brentano renders this as
Giving up his studies, Brentano traveled throughout Germany.
In that sense Brentano is no doubt a “psychologist”.
However, Brentano had second thoughts on this matter.
Thus, Brentano advances the following reduction thesis:
Brentano tells us that perceiving an object is acknowledging it.
Brentano distinguished descriptive psychology from genetic psychology.
For Brentano, that is not the right way to understand claim (1) however.
Let’s consider what Brentano took from his predecessors in historical order.
With respect to these propositions, Brentano takes the same view as Leibniz:
But Brentano never used the terminology of representation to explicate intentionality.
According to Brentano as I listen to a melody I am aware that I am listening to the melody.
Let us now turn to a second line of reasoning with which Brentano motivates his new theory.
After graduation Brentano prepared to take his vows; he was ordained a Catholic priest in 1864.
A telling example of such incomprehension is provided by John Stuart Mill in his letter to Brentano:
The truth must lie somewhere in the middle if we are to judge the matter in light of Stumpf’s many testimonies in his biographical articles and in his substantial correspondence with Brentano where he unequivocally acknowledges his debt to Brentano.
Lujo Brentano, byname of Ludwig Josef Brentano, (born December 18, 1844, Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany—died September 9, 1931, Munich), German economist, associated with the historical school of economics, whose research linked modern trade unionism to the medieval guild system.
Marty was accordingly very important in the continued interest among philosophers in Brentano through two world wars and an ever-changing philosophical climate that has not always been entirely conducive to the intellectual orientation of Brentano, Marty, or other students of Brentano.
Franz Brentano was born on January 16, 1838 in Marienberg am Rhein, Germany, a descendent of a strongly religious German-Italian family of intellectuals (his uncle Clemens Brentano and his aunt Bettina von Arnim were among the most important writers of German Romanticism and his brother Lujo Brentano became a leading expert in social economics).
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