Definition of Intentionality

1. Noun. Expressive of intentions.

Generic synonyms: Deliberateness, Deliberation
Attributes: Intended, Unintended
Derivative terms: Intentional, Intentional



Definition of Intentionality

1. n. The quality or state of being intentional; purpose; design.

Definition of Intentionality

1. Noun. (philosophy) The defining characteristic of the mental state of a person when deliberating about an intention. ¹

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Definition of Intentionality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intentionality

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Literary usage of Intentionality

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1. An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation by Jeremy Bentham (1907)
"The intentionality that may have accompanied it. a 4. The consciousness, unconsciousness, or false consciousness, that may have accompanied it. ..."

2. Entropy and Alchemy: The Problem of Individuality in an Age of Society by Edwin Stuart (2003)
"intentionality, to again put it simply, is the "spotlight" character of our ... intentionality is the interaction of conscious subject and perceived object, ..."

3. Self-Neglect Among the Elderly: Maintaining Continuity of Self by Susanna D. Bozinovski (1998)
"... Ascribing intentionality Caseworkers see at least a glimmer of intentionality in the most demented of individuals. For example, Becky, Bea's caseworker, ..."

4. Conceptions of Social Inquiry by J. J. Snyman (1993)
"The interpreting and synthesizing task of intentionality can be ... Spiegelberg elaborates as follows on intentionality as connecting: the frontal aspect of ..."

5. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"Stages of intentionality, ib. The expression good and bad intentions discussed, 42-43. — How it may influence the mischief of an act, i. 73-76. ..."

6. Christian Theism, Its Claims and Sanctions by Daniel Boardman Purinton (1889)
"We can all recognize this element of intentionality in the things ... I find activities there which bear the same undeniable marks of intentionality. ..."

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