Humanity: An Emotional History

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Atlantic, 2004 - Civilization - 410 pages
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Humanity is an examination of human feelings - and the way we display them. It challenges the notion that our emotional reactions are pretty much constant, unchanged over centuries, and instead looks at how emotional responses have evolved throughout history. From eighteenth-century suicide cults to the childhood fears that created last centurys despotic military leaders, Stuart Walton traces how and why we really behave when were hurt, afraid and angry, and demonstrates the global consequences of those private and personal feelings.

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FEAR
1
ANGER
43
DISGUST
85
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Stuart Walton has been writing about alcoholic drinks since the early 1990s. A prolific writer and commentator on wines and spirits, he is currently writing for the London Paper, World of Fine Wine magazine and www.wine-pages.com. He is also the author of The New Encyclopedia of Wine (Lorenz Books) as well as You Heard It Through The Grapevine, Out Of It: A Cultural History of Intoxication, and (with Jeffrey Benson) The Right Wine with the Right Food.

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