Intentionality is a conscious state of being in the present moment. One of the central elements of social cognition, and people’s folk theory of mind in particular, is the concept of intentionality.

It structures people’s perception of behavior from infancy on, grows to a complex conceptual framework that links behavior to mind, and underlies distinct information processing paths in the explanation, prediction, and moral evaluation of behavior.

The concept of intentionality itself may be a very complex feature that incorporates the different traits, and perhaps more. Join us tomorrow as Jake dives in with anecdotes and personal examples.

Join us today as Jake dives in with anecdotes and personal examples of intentionality.

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