with our hero and consider how the poet has applied them. 1 Emotional Intelligence in Psychology Emotional intelligence was at first described by Peter Salovey and John Mayer as the capacity to understand and predict one’s own emotions and the emotions of others, and to use this information to guide
Unveiling Emotions ii . Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture ( habes , 55). Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2013. 387 pp. Pr. $62.00 (pb). isbn 9783515106375. Emotions have been a sexy subject in ancient studies for about a decade now, and for obvious reasons. As
Unveiling Emotions. Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World ( HABES , 52). Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2012. 490 pp. Pr. €62.00. isbn 9783515102261. Depuis quelques décennies, les émotions sont devenues un objet d’histoire et l’Antiquité n’a pas échappé à l
Emotion in Action. Thucydides and the Tragic Chorus . Leiden/Boston (Mnemosyne Supplements 377) 2015. x, 287 pp. Pr. €115.00 (hb). isbn 9789004269293. Building on recent advances in the study of emotions and chorality, this interesting book focusses on collective emotions, especially in
Floris van den Eijnde
Ritual Dynamics in the Ancient Mediterranean. Agency, Emotion, Gender, Representation (Heidelberger althistorische Beiträge und epigraphische Studien ( habes ), 49). Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2011. 390 pp. Pr. €62.00 (pb). isbn 9783515099165. By now, it should be apparent that a
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, Greek Tragedy and the Emotions. An introductory study. London-Boston-Melbourne, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1983. 192 p. Pr. £ 11.95. In the imaginary dialogue that opens the book a certain Q. asks A.: "How did the tragedians make their audiences cry?" The reply is: "That would take a whole book to answer
Nutton, Vivian (London)
differentiated terminology for this organ and the assignment of certain emotions to the main organs, Babylonian texts are silent about the topic of anatomy . The beginnings of anatomical research are easier fo...
Fischer Saglia, Gudrun (Munich)
[German version] Pan-Europian term for the epoch of the transition from the Renaissance to the Baroque (1530-1630). Aesthetics: anti-naturalistic emotion, irrationalism. Stylistic principle: discordia concors (union of the incompatible). Linguistic obscuration by means of tropes, metaphors
Inwood, Brad (Toronto)
Chreíai (which he draws on as the source for biographical and anecdotal information about Stoics and Cynics), and the treatises ‘Final Ends’, ‘Virtues’, ‘Goods’, ‘Emotions’, ‘Stoic Paradoxes’. Cicero menti...