Rediscovering Emotion: Emotion and the Claims of Feeling (Paperback)David Pugmire (author)
Paperback 140 Pages / Published: 29/10/1998
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This book is about the anatomy of emotion. It shows what distinguishes emotions from related psychological phenomena that may resemble or even contribute to them, and it considers the light that this throws on the emotional life. It reappraises the relations between thought and feeling and urges that a non-reductive approach to feeling illuminates some of the risks that emotions can bring. This is essential reading for students studying philosophy of mind, philosophical psychology and aesthetics, as well as social scientists working in fields such as social anthropology. Through a detailed account of feeling, the author draws on the notion of subjectivity. This places the book in the wider context of controversies in the philosophy of mind; subjectivity, reduction and consciousness. The final chapter uniquely assesses the contrast between belief, thought and feeling developed earlier to illuminate phenomenon of false emotions. * This accessible text will appeal to students in philosophy and psychology * Inventive illustrations are wide-ranging, up-to date and imaginative * Written in a lively style with the student in mind
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Number of pages: 140
Weight: 316 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 24 mm
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