Thinking about the Emotions : A Philosophical History

Oxford: OUP (2017)
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Robert Stern
University of Sheffield
Abstract
Leading philosophers offer a rich survey of the development of our understanding of the emotions, discussing major thinkers from antiquity to the 20th century. Thinking about the Emotions is a fascinating and illuminating study of how philosophers have grappled with this intriguing part of our nature as beings who feel as well as think and act.
Keywords Emotion  History  Passion  Feeling
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