The Conception of Intentionality in Phenomenology and Pragmatics

  • Eric Grillo
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 80)


It is safe to argue that intentionality has been, and perhaps still is, one of the most controversial issues in contemporary philosophy. The reasons that explain this fact seem to be epistemological as well as historical. Plainly, the epistemological reasons are closely related to the very nature of the manifold problems raised by what we call “intentional phenomena”.


Intentional Object Intentional Content Linguistic Meaning Intentional Stance Illocutionary Force 
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  • Eric Grillo
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  1. 1.University of Paris IIIFrance

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