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The intentionality of intention and action

John R. Searle
1979 Inquiry (Oslo)  
The Intentionality of Intention and Action* Cognitive Science is likely to make little progress in the study of humon behovior until we hove o clear account of what o humon action is.  ...  But even in such a case I hit him intentionally and my action was done with the intention of hitting him.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00201747908601876 fatcat:v2p6skyejja65cnyr4zdq4b24q

Intentional Action in Folk Psychology [chapter]

Bertram F. Malle
2010 A Companion to the Philosophy of Action  
Perhaps rightly so; for the adaptive advantage of sophisticated intentionality perceptions is at least partially grounded in their 357 Malle, B. F. (2010). Intentional action in folk psychology.  ...  But exactly how do people conceptualize intentional action and how do they judge a given behavior as intentional?  ...  ' of the intention and action they brought about.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444323528.ch45 fatcat:w4ieyvbo45cfxm45vwbsjrfex4

Enough skill to kill: Intentionality judgments and the moral valence of action

Steve Guglielmo, Bertram F. Malle
2010 Cognition  
The present studies thus speak against the hypothesis of a moral evaluation bias in intentionality judgments and instead document people's sensitivity to subtle features of human action.  ...  Knobe (2003b) challenged this fundamental order and proposed instead that the badness or blameworthiness of an action directs (and thus unduly biases) people's intentionality judgments.  ...  Levels of action People simultaneously assess intentionality for basic and for broader actions and integrate the two as a function of the action's scope.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2010.08.002 pmid:20813355 fatcat:bn2p3ch2dndzvgl7giodpsuqqu

Collective Intentions and Collective Intentionality

L.A. Zaibert
2003 The American journal of economics and sociology  
In Intentionality, Searle presented a provisional account of the relation between intentions and actions: "an intentional action is simply the conditions of satisfaction of an intention" (I: 80).  ...  Let us refer to this sense as "intentional action " and "intentionality action ." 6 Intentional action can be divided into three further senses, two of the ensuing three senses corresponding to the distinction  ... 
doi:10.1111/1536-7150.t01-1-00008 fatcat:qpjwwgkftfgx7ligh4dhawgkqm

The Folk Concept of Intentionality

Bertram F. Malle, Joshua Knobe
1997 Journal of Experimental Social Psychology  
When perceiving, explaining, or criticizing human behavior, people distinguish between intentional and unintentional actions. To do so, they rely on a shared folk concept of intentionality.  ...  Study 2 reveals that when asked to define directly the term intentional, people mention four components of intentionality: desire, belief, intention, and awareness.  ...  intention to perform the action; skill to perform the action; and awareness of fulfilling the intention while performing the action.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jesp.1996.1314 fatcat:262pm4wnjzbzhajg6riujpkgri

On terms

Paul Neuman
2007 The Behavior Analyst  
However, there has not been a distinction between intention and intentionality.  ...  The current analysis stresses the distinction between the two terms, both from a traditional point of view (psychologist and layperson) and from a behavior-analytic point of view.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to address the distinction between intentionality and intentions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03392156 pmid:22478498 pmcid:PMC2203638 fatcat:rxuks7otivfifhhqalzvf6nz54

Intentionality in Reference and Action

Dale Jacquette
2013 Topoi  
The idea that the intentions involved in meaning and action are nominally designated alike as intentionalities does not guarantee any special logical or conceptual connections between the intentionality  ...  that favor the inclusion of paradigm meaning-serving intentions as among a larger domain of action-serving intentions.  ...  Are the words 'intend', 'intention', and 'intentionality' used equivocally in speaking of referential semantics and the metaphysics of action?  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11245-013-9165-z fatcat:45pwcuxscbhlflepg2cmgbefxq

Intentional action and moral considerations: still pragmatic

F. Adams, A. Steadman
2004 Analysis  
University of Delaware Newark, DE 19716, USA fa@udel.edu  ...  Knobe considers this result to be 'striking' (185) and to raise 'interesting questions about the relation between people's concept of intention and their concept of intentional action' (186).  ...  Our view is that the folk do not have a fully articulated concept of intentional action. They do know that beliefs, desires, goals, planning, and intentions are relevant to intentional action.  ... 
doi:10.1093/analys/64.3.268 fatcat:zosbbzawcrbcpftpudr7phymty

Intentional action and moral considerations: still pragmatic

Fred Adams, Annie Steadman
2004 Analysis  
University of Delaware Newark, DE 19716, USA fa@udel.edu  ...  Knobe considers this result to be 'striking' (185) and to raise 'interesting questions about the relation between people's concept of intention and their concept of intentional action' (186).  ...  Our view is that the folk do not have a fully articulated concept of intentional action. They do know that beliefs, desires, goals, planning, and intentions are relevant to intentional action.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0003-2638.2004.00496.x fatcat:53wwyqgzejaelftkdwhxve4f5q

Intentional action: Controversies, data, and core hypotheses

Alfred R. Mele
2003 Philosophical Psychology  
View" of the connection between intentional action and intention and "the Single Phenomenon View" of that connection.  ...  causal deviance on judgments about what agents do intentionally; what interesting properties all cases of intentional action might share; and the debate between proponents of, respectively, "the Simple  ...  And even if he intentionally harms the environment without intending to harm it, his harming it is a side-effect of an intended intentional action of his.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09515080307770 fatcat:5ge4hlsu5zbrfpmupdibirrese

Judgingmens rea: the tension between folk concepts and legal concepts of intentionality

Bertram F. Malle, Sarah E. Nelson
2003 Behavioral sciences & the law  
distinctions between intention and intentionality, desire and intention, and belief and intention.  ...  We demonstrate the reliable and systematic use of people's concept of intentionality, contrast it with the bewildering variety of related legal concepts, and apply the folk model of intentionality to debated  ...  intentions or the intentionality of her actions.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bsl.554 pmid:14502689 fatcat:3zfamoq2jjc25cb6i7dyvw4g64

Exploring managerial intentionality

Thomas Hutzschenreuter, Un‐Seok Han, Ingo Kleindienst
2019 Managerial and Decision Economics  
At its core are the concepts of desire and belief, which together form intentions.  ...  In doing so, we contribute to the overall objective of increasing our understanding of managerial action and organizational behavior.  ...  In the model of managerial intentionality, intentions and the related strategic choices may lead to an entire course of highly sophisticated and complex organizational action, such as in an internationalization  ... 
doi:10.1002/mde.3109 fatcat:kbad43p4nreyjpavtxv7eigati

Intentional action in ordinary language: core concept or pragmatic understanding?

Fred Adams, Annie Steadman
2004 Analysis  
features of intentional action and talk of intentional action due to the role of talk of intention in social praise and blame.  ...  So this feature of intentional language is pragmatic and not part of the semantic core of the concept of intention or intentional action.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8284.2004.00480.x fatcat:26pjsqhc45alln5qab3ap7a7sm

The Folk Concept of Intentional Action: A Commentary

Alfred Mele
2006 Journal of Cognition and Culture  
My guiding question is this: What shape might we find in an analysis of intentional action that takes at face value the results of all of the relevant surveys about vignettes discussed in these three articles  ...  1 To simplify exposition, I assume that there is something that merits the label I mentioned.  ...  , the primary reason for positing such an intimate link [between intentional action and intention] would be the morphological relation between the English words 'intentionally' and 'intention'" (this volume  ... 
doi:10.1163/156853706776931411 fatcat:jn6akki35fc3ni3bzv6bweckta

Intentional action in ordinary language: core concept or pragmatic understanding?

F. Adams, A. Steadman
2004 Analysis  
features of intentional action and talk of intentional action due to the role of talk of intention in social praise and blame.  ...  So this feature of intentional language is pragmatic and not part of the semantic core of the concept of intention or intentional action.  ... 
doi:10.1093/analys/64.2.173 fatcat:lb5iqqihyzhf7gcjhza3cnptqu
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