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Among the School of Brentano are counted (place and period they studied with Brentano):
 
Among the School of Brentano are counted (place and period they studied with Brentano):
*[[Carl Stumpf]] ([[Würzburg]], [[1866]] - [[1870]])
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*[[Carl Stumpf]] (Würzburg, 1866 - 1870)
*[[Edmund Husserl]] ([[Vienna]], [[1884]] - [[1886]] )
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*[[Edmund Husserl]] (Vienna, 1884 - 1886 )
*[[Alexius Meinong]] ([[Vienna]], [[1875]] - [[1878]])
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*[[Alexius Meinong]] (Vienna, 1875 - 1878)
 
*[[Christian von Ehrenfels]]
 
*[[Christian von Ehrenfels]]
*[[Kazimierz Twardowski]] (Vienna, [[1885]] - [[1889]])
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*[[Kazimierz Twardowski]] (Vienna, 1885 - 1889)
*[[Anton Marty]] ([[Würzburg]], [[1866]] - [[1870]])
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*[[Anton Marty]] (Würzburg, 1866 - 1870)
 
*[[Alois Höfler]]
 
*[[Alois Höfler]]
 
*[[Benno Kerry]]
 
*[[Benno Kerry]]
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* Stumpf taught [[Aron Gurwitsch]] and became the head of the [[Berlin School]] ([[Max Wertheimer]], [[Kurt Koffka]], [[Wolfgang Köhler]])
 
* Stumpf taught [[Aron Gurwitsch]] and became the head of the [[Berlin School]] ([[Max Wertheimer]], [[Kurt Koffka]], [[Wolfgang Köhler]])
 
* Husserl founded the [[Phenomenology|phenomenological]] movement, influencing:
 
* Husserl founded the [[Phenomenology|phenomenological]] movement, influencing:
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The School of Brentano refers to the philosophers and psychologists who studied with Franz Brentano and were essentially influenced by him. While it was never a school in the traditional sense, Brentano tried to maintain some cohesion in the school. However, precisely his most famous students (Alexius Meinong and Edmund Husserl), were those that ultimately moved most radically beyond his theories.

Among the School of Brentano are counted (place and period they studied with Brentano):

Brentano's students were in their turn founders of new schools or movements:

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