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Not to be confused with Intentional.
Intensional, related to intension, may refer to:
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- in philosophy of language: not extensional. See also intensional definition versus extensional definition
- in philosophy of mind: an intensional state is a state which has a propositional content
- in mathematical logic: see intensional statement. See also extensionality, and also intensional definition versus extensional definition
- Intensional logic embraces the study of intensional languages: at least one of their functors is intensional. It can be contrasted to extensional logic
- Intensional fallacy, committed when one makes an illicit use of Leibniz's law in an argument
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