Review of Talia Morag Emotion, Imagination, and the Limits of Reason [Book Review]

Philosophy 94 (1):171-177 (2019)

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John M. Monteleone
Le Moyne College
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Keywords Emotion  Philosophy of Psychoanalysis
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