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Emotion and Value.

By: Roeser, Sabine.
Contributor(s): Todd, Cain.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (273 p.).ISBN: 9780191509568.Subject(s): Act (Philosophy) | Emotions | PhilosophyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Emotion and ValueDDC classification: 128.3 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Emotion and Value""; ""Copyright""; ""Dedication""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""Contents""; ""List of Contributors""; ""1. Emotion and Value: Introduction""; ""Part I. Emotion and the Nature of Value""; ""2. In What Sense Are Emotions Evaluations?""; ""3. Evaluative Phenomenology""; ""4. Emotion, Attention, and the Nature of Value""; ""5. Emotions as Unitary States""; ""6. Relatively Fitting Emotions and Apparently Objective Values""; ""Part II. Emotion, Evaluation, and Justification""; ""7. Emotion, Evaluative Perception, and Epistemic Justification""
""8. Why Recalcitrant Emotions Are Not Irrational""""9. Surprise""; ""10. Emotions Fit for Fiction""; ""Part III. Emotion, Value, and the Self""; ""11. Emotional Self-Trust""; ""12. Self-Empathy and Moral Repair""; ""13. Emotions and the Virtues of Self-Understanding""; ""14. Emotion and Agency""; ""15. Evaluating Existential Despair""; ""Index""
Summary: This volume brings together new work by leading philosophers on the topics of emotion and value, and explores issues at their intersection. Philosophers and psychologists working on the emotions have reached something of a consensus about the complex, inter-related nature of the affective and cognitive components of emotions, and have increasingly focussed on the important epistemological role that emotions play in giving us access to values. At the same time, anincreasing number of philosophers have become attracted to analyses of value that give emotions a prominent place in evaluative judge
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""Cover""; ""Emotion and Value""; ""Copyright""; ""Dedication""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""Contents""; ""List of Contributors""; ""1. Emotion and Value: Introduction""; ""Part I. Emotion and the Nature of Value""; ""2. In What Sense Are Emotions Evaluations?""; ""3. Evaluative Phenomenology""; ""4. Emotion, Attention, and the Nature of Value""; ""5. Emotions as Unitary States""; ""6. Relatively Fitting Emotions and Apparently Objective Values""; ""Part II. Emotion, Evaluation, and Justification""; ""7. Emotion, Evaluative Perception, and Epistemic Justification""

""8. Why Recalcitrant Emotions Are Not Irrational""""9. Surprise""; ""10. Emotions Fit for Fiction""; ""Part III. Emotion, Value, and the Self""; ""11. Emotional Self-Trust""; ""12. Self-Empathy and Moral Repair""; ""13. Emotions and the Virtues of Self-Understanding""; ""14. Emotion and Agency""; ""15. Evaluating Existential Despair""; ""Index""

This volume brings together new work by leading philosophers on the topics of emotion and value, and explores issues at their intersection. Philosophers and psychologists working on the emotions have reached something of a consensus about the complex, inter-related nature of the affective and cognitive components of emotions, and have increasingly focussed on the important epistemological role that emotions play in giving us access to values. At the same time, anincreasing number of philosophers have become attracted to analyses of value that give emotions a prominent place in evaluative judge

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