|Intention: the will to commit an act, as opposed to a random occurrence of such an event. See also motives, causation, will.|
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|Brandom I 375
Intention/Davidson/early: refers to one thing or state - later Vs - Searle: for intentional action only "action intentions" - for pure intend: also "preceding intention".
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Avr I 5
Language/Davidson/Avramides: the speaker must have the intention to use the words, so that the sentence is true if the state is as the sentence says.
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Intention/Davidson/Glüer: unconditioned judgment - contrary: pro-attitude: conditioned judgment: E.g. "If sweets are not harmful, then ...".
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