Brentano on the dual relation of the mental

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Brentano held that every mental phenomenon has an object and is conscious (the dual relation thesis). The dual relation thesis faces a number of well-known problems. The paper explores how Brentano tried to overcome these problems. In considering Brentano's responses, the paper sheds light on Brentano's theory of judgement that underpins his philosophy of mind
Keywords Brentano  Inner consciousness  Immediate evidence  Judgement
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Jon Barwise (1981). Scenes and Other Situations. Journal of Philosophy 78 (7):369-397.
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