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(Майнонг) Synthese Library - Jacquette, Dale / Джекетт, Дейл - Alexius Meinong, The Shepherd of Non-Being / Алексиус Майнонг — пастырь небытия
Alexius Meinong, The Shepherd of Non-Being / Алексиус Майнонг — пастырь небытия
Год издания: 2015
Автор: Jacquette, Dale / Джекетт, Дейл
Жанр или тематика: Монография
Издательство: Springer
ISBN: 978-3-319-18074-8, 978-3-319-18075-5 (eBook)
Серия: Synthese Library
Язык: Английский
Формат: PDF/ePUB
Качество: Издательский макет или текст (eBook)
Интерактивное оглавление: Да
Количество страниц: 434
Описание: В книге исследуются идеи А. Майнонга, философа, известного своей необычной теорией референции и предикации. Обсуждается происхождение теории предметов Майнонга и открытие им предположений — как четвертой категории ментальных состояний в дополнение к представлениям, чувствам и суждениям, предложенным его учителем Брентано...
This book explores the thought of Alexius Meinong, a philosopher known for his unconventional theory of reference and predication. The chapters cover a natural progression of topics, beginning with the origins of Gegenstandstheorie, Meinong’s theory of objects, and his discovery of assumptions as a fourth category of mental states to supplement his teacher Franz Brentano’s references to presentations, feelings, and judgments.
The chapters explore further the meaning and metaphysics of fictional and other nonexistent intended objects, fine points in Meinongian object theory are considered and new and previously unanticipated problems are addressed. The author traces being and non-being and aspects of beingless objects including objects in fiction, ideal objects in scientific theory, objects ostensibly referred to in false science and false history and intentional imaginative projection of future states of affairs. The chapters focus on an essential choice of conceptual, logical, semantic, ontic and more generally metaphysical problems and an argument is progressively developed from the first to the final chapter, as key ideas are introduced and refined.
Meinong studies have come a long way from Bertrand Russell’s off-target criticisms and recent times have seen a rise of interest in a Meinongian approach to logic and the theory of meaning. New thinkers see Meinong as a bridge figure between analytic and continental thought, thanks to the need for an adequate semantics of meaning in philosophy of language and philosophy of mind, making this book a particularly timely publication.
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Contents
1 Meinong’s Life and Philosophy
1. 1 The Brentano School
1. 2 Biographical Sketch
1. 3 Meinong’s Apprenticeship to Brentano
1. 4 Intentionality Thesis in Descriptive Philosophical Psychology
1. 5 Logic and Phenomenology: Höfler, Meinong, and Twardowski on the Act-Content-Object Structure of Thought
1. 6 Gegenstandstheor ie: Existent and Nonexistent Objects
1. 7 Ontic Neutrality in Logic and Semantics: Problems for Meinong’s Object Theory
1. 8 Werttheorie: Values in Emotional Presentation
1. 9 Meinong’s Philosophy in the Brentanian Legacy
2 Origins of Gegenstandstheor ie: Immanent and Transcendent Intended Objects in Brentano, Twardowski, and Meinong
2. 1 Immanent Objectivity
2. 2 Immanence in a Closed Circle of Ideas
2. 3 Twardowski’s Content-Object Distinction
2. 4 Mind-Independence Beyond Being and Non-Being
2. 5 Brentano’s Later Reism
3 Meinong on the Phenomenology of Assumption
3. 1 On Intentionality
3. 2 Meinong’s Intentionalist Object Theory
3. 3 Phenomenology and the Meinongian Domain
3. 4 Inner Perception and Unrestricted Freedom of Assumption
3. 5 From Intentionality to Intensionality, Phenomenology to Object Theory
4 Außersein of the Pure Object
4. 1 Beyond Being and Non-Being
4. 2 Ontology of Reference and Predication
4. 3 From Quasisein to Außersein
4. 4 Russell’s Being-Predication Thesis
4. 5 Toward an Analysis of Außersein
4.6 Husserl’s Epoché and Meinong’s Außersein
4. 7 Meinong’s Außersein and Quine’s Critique of Beingless Objects
5 Constitutive (Nuclear) and Extraconstitutiv e (Extranuclear) Properties
5. 1 Fundamental Division
5. 2 Sources and Background of Meinong’s Distinction
5. 3 Definitions
5. 4 Findlay
5. 5 Parsons
5. 6 Routley
5. 7 Logical Criteria for Nuclear and Extranuclear Properties
5. 8 Existent Round Square, Watering-Down, and the Modal Moment
5. 9 Converse Intentional Properties
5. 10 Nuclear and Extranuclear Predications in the Logic of Fiction
5. 11 Nuclear-Extranuclear Properties and Dual Modes of Predication
6 Meditations on Meinong’s Golden Mountain
6. 1 Reference, Predication and Existence
6. 2 On the Lowland Geography of Denotation
6. 3 Russell’s (Mis-) Interpretation of Meinong
6. 4 Russell’s Concept of Being
6. 5 Base Camp on the Slopes of Meinong’s Golden Mountain
6. 6 Meinongian Intensionalist Logic of Definite Descriptions
6. 7 At the Summit: Meinongian Critique of Russellian Definite Description
7 Domain Comprehension in Meinongian Object Theory
7. 1 Intended Objects in a Referential Domain
7. 2 Grundideen of Meinongian Object Theory
7. 3 Meinongian Intensional versus Fregean Extensional Reference Domains
7. 4 Comprehension Principle for Meinongian Object Theory
7. 5 Russell’s Problem of the Existent Golden Mountain
7. 6 Converse Intentional Properties as Intensional Identity Conditions
7. 7 Synthesis of Alternative Complementary Solutions to Russell’s Problem
7. 8 Mind-Independent Objectivity of the Meinongian Domain
8 Meinong’s Concept of Implexive Being and Non-Being
8. 1 Intertwining of Objects
8. 2 Implexive Being, Non-Being, and So-Being
8. 3 Formal Neo-Meinongian Theory of Implection
8. 4 Meinongian Implection and Aristotelian Inherence
8. 5 Objections to Meinong’s Jungle
8. 6 On Defoliating Meinong’s Jungle
8. 7 Aristotelian Realism and the Parmenidean One in Meinong’s Object Theory Logic and Semantics
9 About Nothing
9. 1 Intentionality
9. 2 Thinking About Nothing(ness)
9. 3 Intentionality and a Strong Intentionality Thesis
9. 4 Advantageous Semantic Resources of Intensional Logic
9. 5 Intentionality and Intensional Logic
9. 6 Intendability as a Constitutive Property of Intended Objects
9. 7 Analysis of Intendable N-Nothing(ness)
9. 8 N-Nothing(ness) Constitutive Only of N-Nothing(ness)
9. 9 Can We Think About or Otherwise Intend N-Nothing(ness)?
9. 10 Philosophical Applications of Intendable N-Nothing(ness)
9. 11 Nothing Never Nothings. It Does Nothing of the Sort.
10 Tarski’s Quantificational Semantics and Meinongian Object Theory Domains
10. 1 Model Sets and Intended Objects
10. 2 Tarski’s Analysis of Logical Truth
10. 3 Counterexamples in Etchemendy’s Critique
10. 4 Reduction Principle for Tarski’s Quantificational Criterion
10. 5 Logical and Extralogical Terms, Vacuous and Nonvacuous Closure
10. 6 Etchemendy’s Philosophical Objections to the Reduction Principle
10. 7 Contingency and Variation in Meinongian and Extensional Semantic Domains
10. 8 Meinongian Object Theory as the Proper Application of Tarskian Quantificational Semantics
10. 9 Non-Meinongian Revision of Tarki’s Reduction Principle
11 Reflections on Mally’s Heresy
11. 1 Mally’s Heresy
11. 2 Overview of Zalta’s Distinction
11. 3 Historical Roots of Meinongian Logic
11. 4 Dual Modes of Predication and Constitutive-Extraconstitutiv e Properties
11. 5 Encoding-Exemplification Ambiguities
11. 6 Identity Problems for Zalta Objects
11. 7 Amended Reduction of Zalta’s Distinction
11. 8 Fine’s Correspondence Argument and Zalta’s General Countercriticism of Reduction Strategies
12 Virtual Relations and Meinongian Abstractions
12. 1 Ontology Game
12. 2 Russell’s Argument for Relations as Universals
12. 3 Relations and Relational Properties
12. 4 Reference to and Existence of Relations
12. 5 Ontic Neutrality and Epistemic Limitations
12. 6 Virtual Relations as Ontically Neutral Intended Objects
13 Truth and Fiction in Lewis’s Critique of Meinongian Semantics
13. 1 Semantics of Fiction
13. 2 Lewis’s Challenge to Meinong
13. 3 Real and Fictional Objects and Properties
13. 4 Indefinitely Numbered Fictional Objects
13. 5 Definitely Numbered Indistinguishabl e Fictional Objects
13. 6 Quantifier Restrictions in Meinongian Semantics
13. 7 Inferences for Meinongian and Existent Objects
13. 8 Limitations of Lewis-Style Story Contexting
13. 9 Lewis’s Modal Analysis of Fictional Worlds
13. 10 Toward a Universal Semantics of Fiction and Nonfiction
14 Anti-Meinongian Actualist Meaning of Fiction in Kripke’s 1973 John Locke Lectures
14. 1 Kripke’s Locke Lectures
14. 2 Meaning of Fiction and Realm of Modality
14. 3 Kripke’s Actualist Semantic Analysis of Fiction
14. 4 Actualism Versus Meinongianism in Semantics of Fiction
14. 5 Kripkean Actualism in the Semantics of Modal Logic and Fictional Discourse
14. 6 Intentionality of Pretending in the Meaning of Fiction
14. 7 Leibnizian Identity Conditions for Fictional Objects
14. 8 Intentionality and Intending Fictional Objects
14. 9 Ontic Neutrality of Identity Conditions for Fictional Intended Objects
14. 10 Equivocal Ontic Status of Kripkean Fictional Characters
15 Metaphysics of Meinongian Aesthetic Value
15. 1 Aesthetic Value
15. 2 Witasek’s Aesthetics in Meinong’s Graz School
15. 3 Aesthetic Values as Meinongian Objects
15. 4 Essentials of Meinongian Object Theory for Aesthetics
15. 5 Meinongian Metaphysics of Aesthetic Objects and Values
15. 6 Danto Aesthetic Value Puzzle
15. 7 Objective Aesthetic Value Attributions
15. 8 Vindicating Meinong’s Subjectivity of Aesthetic Value
15. 9 Aesthetic Value and the Indisputability of Taste
16 Quantum Indeterminacy and Physical Reality as a Relevantly Predicationally Incomplete Existent Entity
16. 1 Quantum Indeterminacy
16. 2 Realist and Idealist Interpretations of Quantum Phenomena
16. 3 Quantum Indeterminacy, Relevant and Irrelevant Predicational Completeness and Incompleteness
16. 4 Predicational Incompleteness in a Meinongian Semantic Framework
17 Confessions of a Meinongian Logician
17. 1 Mea Culpa
17. 2 Up from Extensionalism
17. 3 My Life as a Meinongian
17. 4 Laboring in the Meinongian Vineyard
17. 5 Road Less Traveled
17. 6 Epilogue
18 Meinongian Dark Ages and Renaissance
18. 1 Meinongian Anathema
18. 2 Theft Over Honest Labor?
18. 3 Meinongian Logic and the Extensionalist Alternative
18. 4 Nonexistent Intended Objects in the Teleology of Action
18. 5 Ontic Neutrality in the Semantics of Pure Logic
Appendix: Object Theory Logic and Mathematics: Two Essays by Ernst Mally (Translation and Critical Commentary)
Introduction
Mally’s Logical Contributions
1908 Heidelberg Congress
Mally’s First Paper
Logic of Determinations in Mally’s Second Essay
Conclusion
Mally, Object Theory and Mathematics
Discussion
Mally, Basic Laws of Determination
Discussion
References
Index
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