Meinong



Alexius
[ah-lek-see-oo s] /ɑˈlɛk si ʊs/ (Show IPA), 1853–1920, Austrian psychologist and philosopher.
Historical Examples

According to Meinong there are two kinds of imaginative images—a generative, and a constructive kind.
Criminal Psychology Hans Gross

Meinong’s “act” is the ghost of the subject, or what once was the full-blooded soul.
The Analysis of Mind Bertrand Russell

Meinong does not regard this as a contradiction, but I fail to see that it is not one.
Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays Bertrand Russell

There is another important condition to which Hume calls attention and which is interpreted by his clever disciple Meinong.
Criminal Psychology Hans Gross

As Meinong says so well, we confuse identity with agreement.
Criminal Psychology Hans Gross

Meinong insists upon an existential judgment, a judgment that the object valued is real, as essential to value.
Social Value B. M. Anderson

Then, according to Meinong, we have to distinguish three elements which are necessarily combined in constituting the one thought.
The Analysis of Mind Bertrand Russell

But if Meinong is right, there can be no thought without an object: the connection of the two is essential.
The Analysis of Mind Bertrand Russell

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