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Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Pain

Author: Jennifer Corns
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Series: Routledge Handbooks in Philosophy
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Corns
ISBN: 1317585461 9781317585466 9781317585459 1317585453
OCLC Number: 1064966579
Description: 1 online resource (480 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of illustrations; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Pain research: where we are and why it matters; 1 Controversy; 2 Contents; 3 Conclusion; SECTION I: The nature of pain --
what is pain?; Part I-I: Modeling pain in philosophy; 1. A brief and potted overview on the philosophical theories of pain; 1 Representationalism; 2 The phenomenology of pain; 3 Eliminativism; 4 Folk conceptions of pain; Related topics; Acknowledgements; Notes; References; 2. Pain and representation; 1 Introduction 2 Does pain have representational content?3 The intentionalist view of pain; 4 Conclusion; Related topics; Acknowledgements; Notes; References; 3. Evaluativist accounts of pain's unpleasantness; 1 Locating evaluativism; 2 Motivating evaluativism; 3 Challenges; Related topics; Acknowledgements; Notes; References; 4. Imperativism; 1 Imperativism; 2 Why imperativism?; 3 Varieties of imperativism; 4 Issues with imperativism; 5 Future directions; 6 Conclusion; Related topics; Notes; References; 5. Fault lines in familiar concepts of pain; 1 The bodily disturbance model; 2 The intensity objection 3 The central state model4 A paradox and its resolution; Related topics; References; Part I-II: Modeling pain in neuroscience; 6. Advances in the neuroscience of pain; 1 Introduction; 2 Conscious pain, subconscious nociception, and blindness to pain; 3 Pain psychophysics obeys mathematical rules; 4 Neural elements of nociception and acute pain; 5 Cortical encoding of acute pain, in contrast to vision; 6 Pain as emotion or sensation; 7 Pain as salience; 8 Chronic pain; 9 Animal models, and peripheral and spinal cord reorganization; 10 Malleability of the cortex with chronic pain 11 Predictability of chronic pain12 Memory and chronic pain; 13 Concluding remarks; Related topics; References; 7. Neuromatrix theory of pain; 1 Pain, nociception, neurosignatures, and the body-self neuromatrix; 2 From neuron to voxels: a brief history of brain imaging of pain; 3 From voxels to pain: reverse inference and the problem of pain specificity; 4 From voxels to signatures: identifying the cerebral representation of pain; Related topics; References; 8. A neurobiological view of pain as a homeostatic emotion; 1 Introduction; 2 The ascending homeostatic sensory pathway 3 Homeostatic sensory projections to the primate forebrain4 Interoceptive integration in the insula underlies all subjective feelings; 5 A sensorimotor architecture for emotion in the cortex; 6 Pain is a homeostatic emotion; 7 A theoretical model for the generation of feelings; 8 Emotional pain in clinical patients; 9 Abnormal activation in the anterior insula in depression; 10 Emotional asymmetry, depression, and pain; Related topics; Notes; References; 9. A view of pain based on sensations, meanings, and emotions; 1 Defining pain through a perspective of direct experience
Series Title: Routledge Handbooks in Philosophy

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