University of Dayton philosophy professor Josef (Joseph) Dieska review the book Study of Franz Brentano: His Psychological Standpoint and His Significance in the History of Psychology by UD psychology professor Antos Rancurello.


This article shows the author's first name to be spelled "Josef"; however, in University records and historical documents, Professor Dieska's first name is typically spelled "Joseph."



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