Linked bibliography for the SEP article "17th and 18th Century Theories of Emotions" by Amy M. Schmitter

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Primary Works Cited

Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance

Seventeenth Century

[See sections below for Descartes, Hobbes, Malebranche, and Spinoza]


[See remarks on citations.]


[All citations to works of Hobbes are given by chapter and paragraph.]


[All citations are to The Search after Truth (ST) followed by the number of Book, chapter and page.]


[References to the Ethics are by part (I-V), definition, (D), proposition (P), or other subsection, and if applicable, to scholium (s), demonstration, or corollary (c).]

Eighteenth Century

[See below for sections on Hume, Hutcheson, and Shaftesbury.]


[See remarks on citations]


[See remarks on citations]


[All citations to Shaftesbury are from the Cambridge edition, cited by specific work and page number. Works cited are “Inquiry Concerning Virtue and Merit” (cited as “Inquiry” — selections of which are also available in Raphael, 1991, Vol. I), “Letter Concerning Enthusiasm,” (cited as “Enthusiasm”), “Soliloquy, or Advice to an Author” (cited as “Soliloquy”), and “Sensus Communis” (cited as “Sensus”).]


Secondary Works Consulted

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