What Literature Teaches Us about Emotion (BOK)

Patrick Colm Hogan

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Literature provides us with otherwise unavailable insights into the ways emotions are produced, experienced and enacted in human social life. It is particularly valuable because it deepens our comprehension of the mutual relations between emotional response and ethical judgment. These are the central claims of Hogan's study, which carefully examines a range of highly esteemed literary works in the context of current neurobiological, psychological, sociological and other empirical research. In this work, he explains the value of literary study for a cognitive science of emotion and outlines the emotional organization of the human mind. He explores the emotions of romantic love, grief, mirth, guilt, shame, jealousy, attachment, compassion and pity - in each case drawing on one work by Shakespeare and one or more works by writers from different historical periods or different cultural backgrounds, such as the eleventh-century Chinese poet Li Ch'ing-Chao and the contemporary Nigerian playwright Wole Soyinka.

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Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2011 Forfatter Patrick Colm Hogan
Forlag
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
ISBN 9781107002883
Antall sider 352 Dimensjoner 16,2cm x 23,8cm x 5cm
Vekt 614 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd