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The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Emotion

edited by Peter Goldie
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Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2010]
Language
English
Variant Title
Philosophy of emotion
Series
Oxford Handbooks in Philosophy
ISBN
9780199235018, 0199235015, 9780199654376, 0199654379
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Summary
This handbook presents state-of-the-art contributions from the most notable writers on philosophy of emotion. Anyone working on the nature of emotion, its history, or its relation to reason, self, value, or art, whether at the level of research or advanced study, will find the book an unrivalled resource and a fascinating read.--
Contents
  • What emotions are
  • History of emotion
  • Emotions and practical reason
  • Emotions and the self
  • Emotion, value, and morality
  • Emotion, art, and aesthetics.
  • About the authors
  • Introduction / Peter Goldie.
  • Part I. What emotions are: 1. Concepts of emotions in modern philosophy and psychology / John Deigh
  • 2. Thing called emotion / Aaron Ben-Ze'ev
  • 3. Describing the forms of emotional colouring that pervade everyday life / Roddy Cowie
  • 4. Mind's Bermuda Triangle : philosophy of emotions and empirical science / Ronald de Sousa.
  • Part II. The history of emotion: 5. Emotions in Plato and Aristotle / A.W. Price
  • 6. Stoicism and epicureanism / Christopher Gill
  • 7. Emotions in medieval thought / Peter King
  • 8. A sentimentalist's defense of contempt, shame, and disdain / Kate Abramson
  • 9. Emotions in Heidegger and Sartre / Anthony Hatzimoysis
  • 10. Reinstating the passions : arguments from the history of psychopathology / Louis C. Charland.
  • Part III. Emotions and practical reason: 11. Emotional choice and rational choice / Jon Elster
  • 12. Why be emotional? / Sabine A. Döring
  • 13. Emotions and motivation : reconsidering neo-Jamesian accounts / Bennett W. Helm
  • 14. Emotion, motivation, and action : the case of fear / Christine Tappolet.
  • Part IV. Emotions and the self: 15. Phenomenology of mood and the meaning of life / Matthew Ratcliffe
  • 16. Saying it / David Pugmire
  • 17. Epistemic emotions / Adam Morton
  • 18. Intellectual and other nonstandard emotions / Michael Stocker
  • 19. A plea for ambivalence / Amelie Rorty
  • 20. Emotion, self-/other-awareness, and autism : a developmental perspective / R. Peter Hobson.
  • Part V. Emotion, value, and morality: 21. Emotion and values / Kevin Mulligan
  • 22. An ethics of emotion? / Jerome Neu
  • 23. Moral emotions / Jesse J. Prinz
  • 24. Learning emotions and ethics / Patricia Greenspan
  • 25. Emotions and the canons of evaluation / Robert C. Roberts
  • 26. Demystifying sensibilities : sentimental values and the instability of affect / Justin D'Arms and Daniel Jacobson.
  • Part VI. Emotion, art, and aesthetics: 27. Expression in the arts / Derek Matravers
  • 28. Affects in appreciation / Susan L. Feagin
  • 29. Emotional responses to music : What are they? How do they work? And are they relevant to aesthetic appreciation? / Jenefer Robinson
  • 30. Emotions, art, and immorality / Matthew Kieren.
  • Index.
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xiv, 722 pages ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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