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What is intention?

You should specify what you mean by 'intention', if you mean it in the sense its used in the philosophy of consciousness or, contrastively, the everyday sense Where the term “intentionality” is ...
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What is intention?

There are multiple theories of intention. Several people have offered you the definition provided in the sense of a general dictionary which relies on the definition of the verb to intend (MW). a : ...
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What is intention?

Western philosophy in general, is at a loss regarding intention; the reason is that it cannot understand the "I". The closest that it gets to this "I" is the famous "I think, ...
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What is intention?

Intention is a key concept in the philosophy of action, which in turn is a key concept in the concept of a person. In philosophy, only a person can perform an action, or, in philosophy, an action can ...
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What is intention?

An intention is an attitude — a mental posture — towards a specific goal or action. When a baseball player steps up to the plate he adopts a physical and mental posture that amounts to an intention to ...
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Are there questions that science can't answer, but philosophy can?

Expanding on the accepted answer by user62907: tl;dr: No, but philosophy can help in formulating the question so that it's scientifically answerable. Anyone, even AI, can give answers to questions. ...
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