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Passions and Emotions

Passions and Emotions

Volume 85

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Part of Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements

Eleonore Stump, Elizabeth S. Radcliffe, Paisley Livingston, John Cottingham, Patricia Greenspan, Sabine Roeser, Steffen Steinert, Sebastian Gardner, Mark Schroeder, Fiona Ellis, Michael Lacewing, Susan James, Jamie Dow, Alexander Douglas, Matthew Ratcliffe
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  • Publication planned for: August 2019
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108748049

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  • This volume is based on The Royal Institute of Philosophy's London Lecture series for 2017–8. It consists of fourteen original papers in which leading philosophers consider key concepts in the area, including those of passion and emotion, and their intentionality, as well as love, guilt, forgiveness, desire and regret. The relationships between the passions and religious belief and to aesthetics are also analysed, alongside the ethical and psychoanalytical implications of our emotions. Connexions between the passions and our reading of fiction and our response to developments in technology are considered, as is the work of Descartes, Spinoza, Nietzsche, William James and R. G. Collingwood. This book will be an essential compendium to contemporary work in the area.

    • Based on The Royal Institute of Philosophy's London Lecture series for 2017–8.
    • Explores passions and emotions from a variety of philosophical perspectives, considering the ethical and psychoanalytical implications of our emotions
    • Also considered is the work of Descartes, Spinoza, Nietzsche, William James and R. G. Collingwood
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    • Publication planned for: August 2019
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108748049
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from August 2019
  • Table of Contents

    1. Love, guilt, and forgiveness Eleonore Stump
    2. Ruly and unruly passions: Early Modern perspectives Elizabeth S. Radcliffe
    3. Lange vs James on emotion, passion, and the arts Paisley Livingston
    4. The passions and religious belief John Cottingham
    5. The evaluative content of emotion Patricia Greenspan
    6. Passion for the art of morally responsible technology development Sabine Roeser and Steffen Steinert
    7. The aesthetic dimension of passion Sebastian Gardner
    8. Why you'll regret not reading this paper Mark Schroeder
    9. The quest for God: rethinking desire Fiona Ellis
    10. A truthful way to live? Objectivity, ethics and psychoanalysis Michael Lacewing
    11. Responding emotionally to fiction: a Spinozist approach Susan James
    12. The persuasive use of emotions Jamie Dow
    13. How to make the passions active: Spinoza and R. G. Collingwood Alexander Douglas
    14. Emotional intentionality Matthew Ratcliffe.

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    Anthony O'Hear, Royal Institute of Philosophy, London

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    Eleonore Stump, Elizabeth S. Radcliffe, Paisley Livingston, John Cottingham, Patricia Greenspan, Sabine Roeser, Steffen Steinert, Sebastian Gardner, Mark Schroeder, Fiona Ellis, Michael Lacewing, Susan James, Jamie Dow, Alexander Douglas, Matthew Ratcliffe

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