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David Bain
Glasgow University
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In various papers, Colin Klein has argued that pain experiences are commands. This monograph goes well beyond the papers, re-shaping his ‘imperativist’ view, setting it within a general account of ‘homeostatic sensations’, presenting new arguments, and criticising alternatives. Original, empirically informed, clear, and often persuasive, it is a lovely book.
Keywords Pain  Imperativism  Affect
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DOI 10.1080/00048402.2017.1355928
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