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Emotional insight : the epistemic role of emotional experience

Author: Michael S Brady
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Oxford University Press, 2013.
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Michael S. Brady offers an account of the role of emotions in our lives. He argues that emotional experiences do not give us information in the same way that perceptual experiences do.
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Brady, Michael S.
Emotional insight
(OCoLC)841520435
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael S Brady
ISBN: 9780191508738 019150873X 9780191765681 0191765686
OCLC Number: 867641253
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Contents: Towards the perceptual model : A platitude about emotion ; Emotion, attention, and salience ; Emotion and evaluation ; Theories of emotion : Desire theories; Judgementalism; Other cognitive theories --
The perceptual model : Similarities between emotional and perceptual experience ; Literal vs non-literal versions of the perceptual model : Literal versions of the perceptual model; Non-literal versions of the perceptual model; Which version of the perceptual model should we prefer? ; Emotional experiences as reasons to believe ; A direct realist epistemology for emotion? --
Against the perceptual model ; Argument against the "default" view ; Emotion and attention revisited ; An emotional solution to an emotional problem ; Why emotion is helpful for reappraisal ; Against the perceptual model --
Emotion and understanding : In defence of the perceptual model ; A further argument against the perceptual model ; Emotional experiences as proxy reasons ; Emotion and understanding ; Understanding as our ultimate epistemic goal ; How emotions facilitate understanding ; Emotions and self-understanding --
Emotion, attention, and virtue : Emotion, attention, and reflection : Problems with emotional persistence; Problems of dissociation between emotion and reflection; Problems with emotional focus ; Virtuous habits of attention ; Virtue and understanding : Problems with emotional persistence; Problems of dissociation between emotion and reflection; Problems with emotional focus and distraction ; Does the virtuous person trust her emotional responses?
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