Values and Intentions: A Study in Value-Theory and Philosophy of Mind

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CONTENTS
PREFACE15
1. INTRODUCTORY AND PROGRAMMATIC15
Plea for a Teleological Ethics of Value
The Outward and the Inward Approaches to Mind
On Intentionality as the Mark of the Mental
II. THE BASIC MODES OF CONSCIOUSNESS45
General Consideration of 'Cognition' and 'Con- sciousness'
The Modes of the Clear and the Obscure and of the Fulfilled and Unfulfilled
The Variations of Conscious 'Light' or Sense
The Reflexive and Projective Modes of Consciousness
The Essential 'Drifts' of Consciousness
III THE MODES OF BELIEF93
General Characterization of Belief
The Approvability of Belief
IV. THE MODES OF ACTION AND ENDEAVOUR135
The General Nature of Mental Activity
The Nature of Wanting and Trying
The Dimensions of Wanting
The Role of Emotion and Feeling
V. THE MODES OF WISH AND WILL179
The Nature of Willing
The Freedom of the Will
The Firmament of Values and Disvalues
The Approvability of Valuations and Values
VI. THE VALUES OF WELFARE227
The Values of Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction
The Values of Apprehension and Contemplation
The Values of Belief and Knowledge
The Values of Personal Transcendence
The Values of Power and Freedom

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