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  1. The Cambridge Companion to Brentano (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)
  2. Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint (International Library of Philosophy) by Franz Brentano, 1995-11-21
  3. Descriptive Psychology by Franz Brentano, 1995-12-12
  4. A study of Franz Brentano: His psychological standpoint and his significance in the history of psychology by Antos C Rancurello, 1968
  5. Breve Esbozo De Una Teoria General Del Conocimiento / Brief Sketch of a General Theory of Knowledge (Spanish Edition) by Franz Brentano, 2001-06-26
  6. La etica de Franz Brentano (Filosofica) (Spanish Edition) by Sergio Sanchez-Migallon Granados, 1996
  7. On Brentano (Wadsworth Philosophers Series) by Victor Velarde, 1999-12-21
  8. The Development Of Franz Brentano's Ethics.(Elementa 27) by Linda Mcalister, 1982-01
  9. Die Philosophie Franz Brentanos: Beitrage zur Brentano-Konferenz Graz, 4.-8. September 1977 (German Edition)
  10. Franz Brentano: zur Kenntnis seines Lebens und seiner Lehre (German Edition) by Oskar Kraus, Karl Stumpf, et all 2010-08-19
  11. Franz Brentano's Analysis of Truth by Jan J.T. Srzednicki, 1966-07-31
  12. Die Ontologie Franz Brentanos (Phaenomenologica) (German Edition) by A. Chrudzimski, 2004-02-29
  13. Philosophie und Religion bei Franz Brentano (1838-1917) (Tubinger Studien zur Theologie und Philosophie) (German Edition) by Eberhard Tiefensee, 1998
  14. Von Seelenrõtseln. I. Anthropologie und Antroposophie. II. Max Dessoir ³ber Anthroposophie. III. Franz Brentano. (Ein Nachruf). by Rudolf Steiner, 1993-01-01

1. Franz Brentano Biography
Franz Brentano biography and related resources. Franz Clemens Honoratus Hermann Brentano (January 16, 1838 Marienberg am Rhein (near Boppard) March 17, 1917 Z rich) was an
Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Franz Brentano Biography Franz Clemens Honoratus Hermann Brentano (January 16, 1838 Marienberg am Rhein (near Boppard) - March 17, 1917 Zrich) was an influential figure in both philosophy and psychology. His influence was felt by other figures such as Edmund Husserl and Alexius Meinong who followed and adapted Brentano's views.
Franz Brentano studied philosophy at the universities of Munich, Wrzburg, Berlin (with Trendelenburg) and Mnster. He had a special interest in Aristotle and scholastic philosophy. He wrote his dissertation in Tbingen On the manifold sense of Being in Aristotle.
Subsequently he began to study theology and entered the seminar in Munich and then Wrzburg, preparing to become a Roman Catholic priest (ordained August 6, 1864). In 1865 - 1866 he writes and defends his habilitation essay and theses and begins to lecture at the university of Wrzburg. His students in this period include among others Carl Stumpf and Anton Marty.
Between 1870 and 1873 Brentano is heavily involved in the debate on papal infallibility. As strong opponent of such a dogma, he eventually gives up his priesthood. Following his religious struggles, also Stumpf (who was studying at the seminar at the time) is drawn away from the church.

2. Brentano, Franz (1838 - 1916) - Credo Reference Topic
GermanAustrian, b 1838, Marienburg, Germany, d 1917, Florence. Cat Philosophical psychology. Ints Intentionality; act psychology.

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On the several senses of being in Aristotle, The Cambridge Companion to Brentano (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy), Articles on Brentano, Psychology from an Empirical
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    8. Franz Brentano (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
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    On the Several Senses of Being in Aristotle Habilitationsschrift on The Psychology of Aristotle After his Habilitation , Brentano had started to work on a large scale work on the foundations of psychology, which he entitled Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint . The first volume was published in 1874, a second volume ( The Classification of Mental Phenomena ) followed in 1911, and fragments of the third volume ( Sensory and Noetic Consciousness ) were published posthumously by Oskar Kraus in 1928. Shortly after the publication of the first volume, Brentano took a job as a full professor at the University of Vienna, where he continued a successful teaching career. During his tenure in Vienna, Brentano, who was very critical towards his own writing, no longer wrote books but turned instead to publishing various lectures. The topics range from aesthetics ( Das Genie [The Genius]

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    Bradlaugh, Charles (1833-1891) English journalist and critic of Marx. Bracke, Wilhelm (1842-80) German Social-Democrat, bookseller and publisher. He was originally a Lasallean but took part in the foundation of the German Social Democratic Workers' Party in Eisenach in 1869 and was a member of the Party Committee. He and W Liebknecht joined Marxist and Lassallean principles. In 1870, on account of the manifesto issued by the Party Committee against the war, he was arrested and imprisoned in a fortress. He criticized the draft program submitted to the Gotha Congress ; in 1878, owing to illness, he withdrew from party work. Brandes, Georg Morris (1842-1927) Danish critic, publicist and historian of history and literature. Brandler, Heinrich (1881-1967) Building worker, born in the Sudetenland, of Austrian nationality, lame since early youth owing worker to accident at work, trade-union activist 1897, sentenced for violence in 1900. Joined SPD SPD KPD (Kommunistischen Partei Deutschlands/German Communist Party) Chairman in February 1921 and assumed Party leadership during March Action. In June, sentenced to five years imprisonment in a fortress. Released in November, spent some time in Moscow as member of Comintern Presidium. Returned to Germany in autumn 1922, carried out functions of General Secretary. In 1923 stood at head of KPD Left Opposition Branting, Hjalmar (1860-1925)

    11. Brentano, Franz - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Brentano
    GermanAustrian philosopher and psychologist. In Psychology from the Empirical Standpoint 1874 he developed the theory that mental phenomena can be identified as those that have, Franz

    12. Untersuchungen Zur Sinnespsychologie : Brentano, Franz Clemens, 1838-1917 : Free
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    13. Brentano's Theory Of Judgement (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
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    First published Wed Nov 22, 2000; substantive revision Fri Mar 26, 2010 One of Brentano's foremost aims in philosophy was to provide a new foundation for epistemology and logic as two closely related disciplines. He tried to achieve this by a systematic analysis of the mental phenomena involved in attaining knowledge and in drawing inferences. For Brentano knowledge is reached by judgements that are directly or indirectly evident, and logical inferences can contribute to our knowledge because they can make a judgement indirectly evident for us. Hence both epistemology and logic rely on a conception of judgements, how they differ from other mental phenomena, and how they are related to each other. existential (non-predicative), idiogenetic (non-reductionist), and reistic (non-propositional). Today Brentano's theory does not have many adherents. The now dominant view is that propositions or sentences are the objects of belief, and that judgements occur when beliefs are acquired, manifested, or changed. Logical inferences are then defined as relations between propositions or sentences, abstracting from the mental attitudes that go along with them. Although this anti-psychological approach is widely accepted today, there is still an open question concerning the order of explanation here: Are beliefs and judgements true because they are directed at true propositions, or should we say that propositions (and sentences) are true because they express true beliefs and judgements? Once this question is raised, Brentano's theory of judgement remains an interesting alternative to the current mainstream in logic and epistemology.

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    Brentano, Franz (fr nts brĕnt `nō), 1838–1917, German philosopher and psychologist. He was a teacher (1866–73) at W rzburg, and in 1874 he became professor of philosophy at, Franz

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    16. Psychology From An Empirical Standpoint
    First two chapters of this work by Brentano, in which the philosophical foundation is laid.
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    Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint
    I. The Concept and Purpose of Psychology
    Source Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint The word "psychology" means science of the soul . In fact, Aristotle, who was the first to make a classification of science and to expound its separate branches in separate essays, entitled one of his works peri psychis . He meant by "soul" the nature, or, as he preferred to express it, the form, the first activity, the first actuality of a living being. And he considers something a living being if it nourishes itself, grows and reproduces and is endowed with the faculties of sensation and thought, or if it possesses at least one of these faculties. Even though he is far from ascribing consciousness to plants, he nevertheless considered the vegetative realm as living and endowed with souls. And thus, after establishing the concept of the soul, the oldest work on psychology goes on to discuss the most general characteristics of beings endowed with vegetative as well as sensory or intellectual faculties. This was the range of problems which psychology originally encompassed. Later on, however, its field was narrowed substantially. Psychologists no longer discussed vegetative activities. On the assumption that it lacked consciousness, the entire realm of vegetative life ceased to be considered within the scope of their investigations. In the same way, the animal kingdom, insofar as it, like plants and inorganic things is an object of external perception, was excluded from their field of research. This exclusion was also extended to phenomena closely associated with sensory life, such as the nervous system and muscles, so that their investigation became the province of the physiologist rather than the psychologist.

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    19. Franz Brentano's Ontological Development And His Immanent Realism
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    by Raul Corazzon - e-mail: rc[at] Click on the image for the mobile version For an Overview see the Index of the Pages or the Alphabetical Index of the Philosophers: A-F G-O P-Z ; you can also download the page as or see the Table of Contemporary Ontologists (PDF) SEARCH in this site: Change of Address: August 13, 2010 this site moved from to
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    Selected bibliography: First part: A - K Second Part: L - Z Index of the Section: "The Rediscovery of Ontology in Contemporary Thought" Index of the Section: "Theory of Ontology"
    "Brentano was a philosopher and psychologist who taught at the Universities of Würzburg and Vienna. He made significant contributions to almost every branch of philosophy, notably psychology and philosophy of mind, ontology, ethics and the philosophy of language. He also published several books on the history of philosophy, especially Aristotle, and contented that philosophy proceeds in cycles of advance and decline. He is best known for reintroducing the scholastic concept of intentionality into philosophy and proclaiming it as the characteristic mark of the mental. His teachings, especially those on what he called descriptive psychology, influenced the phenomenological movement in the twentieth century, but because of his concern for precise statement and his sensitivity to the dangers of the undisciplined use of philosophical language, his work also bears affinities to analytic philosophy."

    20. Franz Brentano - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Brentano, Franz Clemens Honoratus Hermann Alternative names Brentano, Franz Short description Austrian philosopher Date of birth January 16, 1838 Place of birth
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    Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (March 2010) Franz Brentano Full name Franz Brentano Born January 16, 1838
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    Era 19th-century philosophy Region Western Philosophy School School of Brentano Influenced by Friedrich Adolf Trendelenburg Influenced Sigmund Freud Edmund Husserl Martin Heidegger Kazimierz Twardowski ... Alexius Meinong Franz Clemens Honoratus Hermann Brentano (January 16, 1838 – March 17, 1917) was an influential German philosopher and psychologist whose influence was felt by other such luminaries as Sigmund Freud Edmund Husserl Kazimierz Twardowski and Alexius Meinong , who followed and adapted his views.

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