An empirical investigation of guilty pleasures

Philosophical Psychology 32 (7):1129-1155 (2019)

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Florian Cova
University of Geneva
Kris Goffin
University of Antwerp
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ABSTRACTIn everyday language, the expression ‘guilty pleasure’ refers to instances where one feels bad about enjoying a particular artwork. Thus, one’s experience of guilty pleasure seems to involv...
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