Anuario Filosófico 53:419-446 (2020)

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David Torrijos-Castrillejo
Universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso
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Brentano’s introduction of the concept of intentionality into contemporary philosophy was indebted to scholastic sources. Among these, Suárez has not been sufficiently addressed, even though his idea of transcendental relation is relied upon by Brentano to describe the intentional relation. In addition, in his examination of being as truth in Suárez, Brentano manifests his assumption of the principle of immanence. Finally, this article argues that, even in his reist period, Brentano continued to understand knowledge as a relation.
Keywords intentionality  reism  realism  immanence  Scholasticism  Suárez  relation  phenomenology  truth  Aristotle
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