Psy 301 extra credit - JinKim UTEIDjk7862

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Jin Kim UT EID jk7862  Franz Brentano was an important figure in both psychology and  philosphy, especially in ethics, logic, and philosophical theology. He wasinfluenced by Aristotle and scholastics,  empricist and positivist movement. Brentano influenced many other figures who studied his views such as  Alexius Meinong, Edmund Husserl, and Kazimierz Twardowski. Brentano studied philosophy at the University of  Munich, Wurzburg, Berlin, and Munster. He also studied theology and was involved in seminary in Munich and  Wurzburg to become a priest, which he was ordained in 1864 but eventually gave it up. In 1860s Brentano wrote  his habilitation essay and began to give lectures at the University of Wurzburg, in which his students comprised  of Carl Stumpf and Anton Marty. In 1874 Brentano published his major work: "Psychology from an empirical  standpoint" and later he taught at the University of Vienna. Brentano is best known for his reintroduction of the 
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course ECON 306k taught by Professor Krasner during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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