Rivista di Filosofia Neo-Scolastica 89 (4):690-691. (1997)

A review of Calabi's work on the emotions. The author chooses to remain neutral with respect to the theoretical options currently adopted in the philosophy of mind: reductionism and functionalism. This choice makes it easier to stress the intentional dimension of emotions and to shed light on the bodily dimension of the emotional life.
Keywords philosopy of mind  emotions  passions  pride  Hume
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