Journal of Philosophy of Emotion 1 (1):123-134 (2019)

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Francisco Gallegos
Wake Forest University
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What would it mean for an emotion to successfully “recognize” something about an object toward which it is directed? Although the notion of "emotional recognition" is central to Rick Furtak’s _Knowing Emotions_, the text does not provide an account of this concept that enables us to assess the extent to which a given emotional response is recognitive. This article draws from the text to articulate a novel account of emotional recognition. According to this account, emotional recognition can be assessed not only in terms of the “accuracy” of an emotional construal in a strictly epistemological sense, but also in terms of the quasi-ethical ideal of responding emotionally to what we encounter in ways that are “specific,” “deep," and “balanced."
Keywords construal  emotion  evaluative property  fittingness  recognition
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DOI 10.33497/jpe.v1i1.33
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