Stephen Gaukroger (ed.)
|Abstract||This book provides perspectives of the passions of the 17th century. The contributors suggest that fundamental questions about the nature of wisdom, goodness and beauty were understood in terms of the contrast between reason and passions.|
|Keywords||Emotions (Philosophy History|
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|Call number||B815.S64 1998|
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