The further five Appendices to Psychology II which Kraus appended to the 1924 edition were dictated by Brentano, now afflicted by blindness, in the years between 1915 and 1917. They therefore relate to the last three years of his life. Because of the further conceptual changes apparent in them, here they will be treated separately from the previous ones, together with the writings that form the third volume of Brentano’s psychology from an empirical standpoint: Sensory and Noetic Consciousness published posthumously in 1928.
KeywordsImmanent Realism Ordinary Language Indirect Mode Intentional Object Perceptive Content
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