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Discourses of anger in the early modern period

Author: K A E Enenkel; Anita Traninger
Publisher: Boston : Brill, [2015] ©2015
Series: Intersections., Interdisciplinary studies in early modern culture;, v. 40
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Discourses of anger in the early modern period
(DLC) 2015023010
(OCoLC)912507917
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: K A E Enenkel; Anita Traninger
ISBN: 9789004300835 900430083X
OCLC Number: 919612224
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Acknowledgements; Notes on the Editors; Notes on the Contributors; List of Illustrations; Chapter 1 Introduction: Discourses of Anger in the Early Modern Period; Chapter 2 Feeling Rage: The Transformation of the Concept of Anger in Eighteenth Century Germany; Part 1 Anger Management in Early Modern Philosophical Discourses; Chapter 3 Neo-Stoicism as an Antidote to Public Violence before Lipsius's De constantia: Johann Weyer's (Wier's) Anger Therapy, De ira morbo (1577); Chapter 4 Anger Management and the Rhetoric of Authenticity in Montaigne's De la colère (II, 31) Chapter 5 Neostoic Anger: Lipsius's Reading and Useof Seneca's Tragedies and De iraChapter 6 Descartes' Notion of Anger: Aspects of a Possible History of its Premises; Chapter 7 Holy Desperation and Sanctified Wrath: Anger in Puritan Thought; Part 2 Learned Debates about Anger; Chapter 8 Anger and its Limits in the Ethical Philosophy of Giovanni Pontano; Chapter 9 Northern Anger: Early Modern Debates on Berserkers; Chapter 10 Anger and the Unity of Philosophy: Interlocking Discourses of Natural and Moral Philosophy in the Scottish Enlightenment Part 3 Anger in Literary Discourses: Epic and DramaChapter 11 Iustas in iras? Perspectives on Anger as a Driving Force in Neo-Latin Epic; Chapter 12 Epic Anger in La Gerusalemme liberata: Rinaldo's Irascibility and Tasso's Allegoria della Gerusalemme; Chapter 13 'In Zoren zu wütiger Rach': Angry Women and Men in the German Drama of the Reformation Period; Chapter 14 Pierre Corneille's Cinna ou la clémence d'Augustein Light of Contemporary Discourses on Anger (Descartes, Le Moyne, Senault); Part 4 Visual Representations of Anger Chapter 15 Visual Representations of Medea's Anger in the Early Modern Period: Rembrandt and RubensPart 5 Anger in Political Discourses; Chapter 16 Negotiating with 'Spirits of Brimstone and Saltpetre': Seventeenth Century French Political Officials and Their Practices and Representations of Anger; Chapter 17 Narratives of Reconciliation in Early Modern England: Between Oblivion, Clemency and Forgiveness; Part 6 Transcultural Notions of Anger; Chapter 18 Royal Wrath: Curbing the Anger of the Sultan; Chapter 19 Anger and Rage in Traditional Chinese Culture; Index Nominum
Series Title: Intersections., Interdisciplinary studies in early modern culture;, v. 40
Responsibility: edited by Karl A.E. Enenkel and Anita Traninger.

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