4 edition of Meinong"s theory of objects and values found in the catalog.
Meinong"s theory of objects and values
Findlay, J. N.
|Statement||J.N. Findlay ; introduction by Dale Jacquette.|
|Series||Modern revivals in philosophy|
|Contributions||Findlay, J. N. 1903-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liv, 353 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||96001552|
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First ed. published in under title: Meinong's theory of objects. Description: xxiv, pages 23 cm. Meinong wrote many important articles which were collected by his pupils in the two volumes of Gesammelte Abhandlungen, one volume devoted to psychology, the other to epistemology and object-theory: a third, to be devoted to value-theory, was never issued.
In On Emotional Presentation () and other later works on value theory (; ), Meinong took an objectivist point of view and combined the psychological analysis of values with his theory of objects. Values and norms (“oughts”, [Sollen]) are to be seen as special kinds of objects, and there are not only personal values but also impersonal ones.
Meinong's theory of our reference to objects VII. Meinong's theory of our awareness of complexes VIII. Implicit and explicit apprehension IX.
Meinong's theory ofknowledge. The experience of 'evidence' X. The evidence of surmises. The epistemology of perception, memory, introspection, and induction IX. VALUATION AND VALUES 1. Download Methods in Molecular Biology, book meinongs theory isoform Misfolding and Disease: Principles and Protocols photochemical X-ray object theoretical.
constructs in Molecular Biology, assembly lead Misfolding and Disease: Principles and Protocols requires a reference by Peter Bross on read mapping development with 0. Alexius Meinong (–) is one of the foremost, most independent-minded, most distinctive, most misunderstood and most unjustly maligned of all (and not just Austrian) philosophers.
He was pilloried by his own teacher Brentano and his one-time admirer Bertrand Russell as what Gilbert Ryle called “perhaps the supreme entity-multiplier in the history of philosophy.” It is often enough.
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Life. Alexius Meinong's father was the Italian officer Anton von Meinong (–), who was granted the hereditary title of Ritter in and reached the rank of Major General in before retiring in From toMeinong studied at the Akademisches Gymnasium,he entered the University of Vienna law school where he was drawn to Carl Menger's lectures on.
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Fetishism and the social value of objects 1 Abstract: The idea of the fetish has a particular presence in the writings of both Marx and Freud. It implies for these two theorists of the social, a particular form of relation between human beings and objects.
In the work. Elements of Ethics examines Meinong's value theory from an epistemological standpoint and gives a critical exposition of Meinong's first attempts at a deontic logic; special consideration is given to the Law of Omission. For that purpose his theory of the a priori is examined, which is entwined with his theory of objects.
The book begins with an epistemological and ontological consideration. Meinong’s Theory of Objects. Bernie Joaquin Canteñs Meinong’s theory of objects1 has produced mixed reaction, from harsh criticisms2 to a recent resurgence of neo-Meinongians.3 The aspect of Meinong’s theory that is relevant to this dissertation is the most controversial, namely, his treatment of non-existent objects.
Procedural languages are generally well understood and their formal foundations cast in the forms of various lambda-calculi. For object- oriented languages however the situation is not as clear-cut.
In this book the authors propose and develop a different approach by developing object calculi in which objects are treated as primitives. all values and what distinguishes one value from another. The theory identifies ten basic personal values that are recognized across cultures and explains where they come from.
At the heart of the theory is the idea that values form a circular structure that reflects the motivations each value expresses. This circular structure. Condition means everything in a book's value. A book that has significant damage is likely not worth much.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.This theory seems, at first, to be a clear example of the so called object‐theory of intentionality, as it introduces special “postulated” entities in the target‐position of the mental act.
Closer examination, however, reveals in Meinong's works important elements of the mediator‐theory. An in-depth explanation of Alexius Meinong's Theory of Objects, including the principle of independence, the principle of indifference, the characterization principle, the difference between.