||Brentano's clearest exposition of his view on consciousness is in the second half of Chapter 2, and the whole of Chapter 3, of Book II of Brentano 1874. Relevant developments appear from his lecture notes of 1890-1, published posthumously as Brentano 1982/1995. Husserl critically discusses Brentano's views in the fifth investigation of Husserl 2000 Vol 2. In modern analytic philosophy of mind, Brentano's ideas were first prominently discussed by David Woodruff Smith in Smith 1986, and have been further developed by Uriah Kriegel, for instance in Kriegel 2003. In recent years, Mark Textor has developed a nuanced interpretation of Brentano on consciousness - see especially Textor 2006 and Textor 2013. A sustained Husserlian critique of these recent Brentanian developments is offered by Dan Zahavi, for example in Zahavi 2004.