A Sentimentalist Theory of the Mind (Hardback)Michael Slote (author)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Number of pages: 274
Weight: 402 g
Dimensions: 218 x 148 x 25 mm
Slote's book, while not big in size, is great in significance, not only because he shares with us a plethora of important insights (only a small sample of which is summarized above), but also - and more significantly - because he develops a number of provocative ideas to stimulate our further thinking. * Yong Huang, Dao *
To sum it up. Slote's book is important because of the balance it brings with its interpretation of the mind in terms of emotion/sentiment/feeling/affect. In this sense it fills a conceptual gap. More particularly, Slote offers us worthwhile remarks about feeling/emotion and particular emotions/feelings. Finally, his attempt at explaining the mind can be read in holistic light. The number of endnotes to this review reflect, I hope, how much Slote's book is a significant contribution for anyone interested in issues pertaining to affectivity. * Metapsychology Online Reviews *
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