||Brentano is widely regarded as the first, or at least among the first, to propose a fitting-attitude account of value. According to his account, an object or state of affairs is good just in case it is correct to love it (but Brentano's notion of love is very wide). Brentano's work on this strongly impressed G.E. Moore, but was brought to prominence again mostly by Chisholm, as well as some of his students. More recently, Brentano's contributions have been discussed in the context of various issues surrounding buck-passing accounts of value. A related topic of scholarship is the influence of Brentano on economic thought, both Austrian and Keynesian. Note well: although this category focuses mostly on ethical value, it also covers works by and on Brentano on aesthetic value.