Emotions and Understanding: Wittgensteinian Perspectives
Ylva Gustafsson, Camilla Kronqvist, Michael McEachrane
Palgrave Macmillan, Jan 15, 2009 - Philosophy - 304 pages
This unique collection of articles on emotion by Wittgensteinian philosophers provides a fresh perspective on the questions framing the current philosophical and scientific debates about emotions and offers significant insights into the role of emotions for understanding interpersonal relations and the relation between emotion and ethics.
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action afraid anger Anna Karenina argue beauty Beck behaviour beliefs Blackwell bodily expression central chapter claim client Cognitive Therapy cognitive-behavioral therapy cognitivism cognitivists commonsense realism concepts connection context Damasio David Cockburn Deigh depression Descartes describe discussion distinction dread Ellis emotions empathy ethics example experience face fact fear feel fictional characters Goldie grief Griffiths happiness human idea imagine important instance involves kind Lamarque language language-games literature Martha Nussbaum means mental mind moral neocortex object one's Oxford University Press pain particular pattern person perspective Peter Hacker philosophy of mind Philosophy of Psychology picture pleasure predicates Prinz problem propositional attitude psychological question rational reactions reality reason relation relevant remarks response role Rosamond sensations sense simply situation smile Solomon somatic someone speak suggest supervenience talk Therapy things thought tion understanding Wittgenstein words or images