Emotion: A COMPREHENSIVE PHENOMENOLOGY OF THEORIES AND THEIR MEANINGS for

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Routledge, 2013 M07 4 - 328 páginas
First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
A THE PROBLEM
3
B THE METHOD
9
THE SCOPE AND PLAN
22
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE TO PART I
24
DIFFERENTIATION The Phenomenology of the Theories of Emotion
27
THE VARIOUS DENIALS
32
EMOTION AS A DISTINCT ENTITY
38
EMOTION AND SITUATION
135
EMOTION AND THE SUBJECTOBJECT RELATION
144
EMOTION AND GENESIS
154
EMOTION AND REPRESENTATIONS
166
EMOTION AS SIGNIFICATION
185
EMOTION AS CONFLICT
201
EMOTION AS DISORDER
207
EMOTION AS CREATIVE ORGANIZATION
217

EMOTION AS AN ACCOMPANIMENT
45
EMOTION AND ISOMORPHISM
48
EMOTION AND THE UNCONSCIOUS
54
EMOTION AS ENERGY
66
EMOTION AS QUANTITY
81
EMOTION AS TOTALITY
87
EMOTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL LOCATION
90
EMOTION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL LOCATION
100
B The Blood Gut and Glands
115
The Muscles
126
ADDENDA ON EMOTION AND SPIRIT
231
INTEGRATION
241
B THE CONCEPT OF CAUSE
249
CAUSA MATERIAUS
258
E CAUSA FORMALIS
266
F CAUSA FINAUS
276
G CODA
286
SUBJECT INDEX
313
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