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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • view of the Greeks. The great Aristotle scholar Franz Brentano
    • kind of environment. Brentano rightly recognized that this
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • often spoken about Franz Brentano.
    • appeared. I became thoroughly familiar with Franz Brentano's
    • Brentano's innate honesty prevented him from publishing
    • Franz Brentano
    • attained by ordinary people. As I said, Brentano's treatise
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • philosopher Franz Brentano who died a short time ago in Zürich.
    • the universe. Nor was Brentano a one-sided philosopher; what
    • not only what Franz Brentano expressed in words but also the
    • personality like Franz Brentano found particularly
    • This book by Brentano, which is long out of print, is a magnificent
    • Franz Brentano, more especially in the second half of his
    • significant is the fact that Franz Brentano's ideas still had
    • Aristotle did they become abstractions. Franz Brentano made
    • book I mentioned by Franz Brentano. Nevertheless, real
    • thinking holds sway in Brentano's book. And when someone
    • physical-bodily nature. The concepts formulated by Brentano
    • Brentano's main aim was to attain insight into the general
    • Brentano himself estimated that his work on psychology would
    • fact that Brentano would not — indeed according to his
    • draw attention to two aspects of the problem in Brentano's
    • the problem. Franz Brentano investigated and pondered deeply
    • — and Franz Brentano could not find it — then one
    • belongs. That was why Brentano said: To differentiate
    • according to Brentano, the life of the soul is divided into
    • Brentano says: When I judge or make assessments I stand
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • lectures at various places. Franz Brentano ruled out the will
    • it clear that I have the highest regard for Franz Brentano,
    • regard to Brentano. I would indeed have found it
    • Brentano should be unable to find the way, had I not
    • Brentano said:
    • worms. From this Brentano concluded that an independent soul
    • comparison? For Brentano it was an important issue. But does
    • That concept Brentano could not reach; his thinking was not

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