INTENTIONintention, n. The willingness to bring about something planned or foreseen; the state of being set to do something. ¡ª intentional, adj.
¡°Intention is the purpose or design with which an act is done. It is the foreknowledge of the act, coupled with the desire of it, such foreknowledge and desire being the cause of the act, inasmuch as they fulfil themselves through the operation of the will. An act is intentional if, and in so far as, it exists in idea before it exists in fact, the idea realising itself in the fact because of the desire by which it is accompanied.¡± John Salmond, Jurisprudence 378 (Glanville L. Williams ed., 10th ed. 1947).
¡°Intention. ¡ª This signifies full advertence in the mind of the defendant to his conduct, which is in question, and to its consequences, together with a desire for those consequences.¡± P.H. Winfield, A Textbook of the Law of Tort ¡ì 10, at 19 (5th ed. 1950).
How many interpretations of the term INTENTION are there in Chinese?