Conscious and unconscious intentionality in practical realism

Lynne Rudder Baker
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
1. Suppose that John and Jane are junior colleagues in an academic department of a university. John, who thinks of Jane as his competitor, has seen her flirt with the head of the department. He tells his other colleagues that Jane is trying to gain an unfair advantage over him. He comes to dislike Jane, and often in conversation with people outside the department, he enjoys saying bad things about Jane.
Keywords Intentionality  Practical Realism  Propositional Attitudes
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