Some articles on mental, mental phenomena, phenomena:
... summarised as "aboutness" or the relationship between mental acts and the external world, Brentano defined it as the main characteristic of mental phenomena, by which they could be ... Every mental phenomenon, every psychological act has content, is directed at an object (the intentional object) ... of having an intentional object, was the key feature to distinguish psychological phenomena and physical phenomena, because, as Brentano defined it, physical ...
... Buddhism does not necessarily deny the existence of mental phenomena (such as feelings, thoughts, and sensations) that are distinct from material phenomena ... When the body dies, the incorporeal mental processes continue and are reborn in a new body ... Because the mental processes are constantly changing, the new being is neither exactly the same as, nor completely different from, the being that died ...
Famous quotes containing the words phenomena and/or mental:
“There are no moral phenomena at all, but only a moral interpretation of phenomena.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“There is hardly any mental misery worse than that of having our own serious phrases, our own rooted beliefs, caricatured by a charlatan or a hireling.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)