Emotions: Their Cognitive Base and Ontological Importance (Paperback)Kevin Sludds (author)
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The book highlights the significance of connections or bonds in our affective lives, at the ontic as well as ontological levels, by examining three specific emotions; grief, guilt and objectless fear. One of the study's principal achievements is the demonstration that there is much to be gained from both the analytic and continental traditions of philosophy in furthering our understanding of emotion and mood analysis. In particular, it shows how our understanding of guilt and objectless fear can be deepened when assessed in Heideggerian terms.
Publisher: Verlag Peter Lang
Number of pages: 217
Weight: 320 g
Dimensions: 150 x 220 mm
Edition: New edition
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