Meaning of INTENTION-IN-ACTION in English

INTENTION-IN-ACTION

The intentional or mental component of an action. The intention in action causes, and is contemporaneous with, the agent's bodily movement or state that is its condition of satisfaction. Introduced in Searle 1983. See also intentionality , prior intention , Background , phenomenological critique of representationalism , the will .

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English dictionary of philosophy of mind.      Английский словарь философии сознания.