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John M. Cogan

21 EMOTION AND SARTRE'S TWO WORLDS JOHN M. COGAN, Vanderbilt University ABSTRACT On Sartre's own admission, his account of the emotions discloses them as functional. As such, the emotions aim to serve a particular purpose for which he provides the phenomenology. Sartre's phenomenology discloses

Chen Youqing

Experience is an activity that arouses emotions and generates meanings based on vivid sensation and profound compreh ension. It is emotional, meaningful, and personal, playing a key role in the course of forming and developing one’s qualities. The psychological process of experience generation consists of such links as sensing things, arousing emotions, promoting comprehension and association, generating insights and meanings, and deepening emotional responses. Undergoing things personally by means of direct sensation, taking part in activities, and living life are the most important preconditions of experience generation. Emotional influence, situational edification, and arts edification are external factors that induce experience generation.

Paul Morris, Sarah Knight and Sarah Lesley

referred to as “belief in animal mind”) have been studied (e.g., Fraser et al., under review; Knight, Vrij, Cherryman & Nunkoosing, 2004 ; Herzog & Galvin, 1997 ; Hills, 1995 ), however, as yet there is little empirical research that examines the attribution of different emotions that animals might

Virginia E. Cobey and Robert L. Hall

180 EMOTION AS THE TRANSFORMATION OF WORLD Robert L. Hall and Virginia E. Cobey Emotional Consciousness It is no secret that emotion has always created problems for psychology. Definitions of emotion abound in the literature (e.g., Hillman, 1964; Strongman, 1973). Basic to this problem of

Karyn McKinney

& Winchester, 1994; Donohue, 2005; Rémillard et al., 2017). They may also experience anger or irritability, anxiety, and depression (Archer & Winchester, 1994). Building on the body of largely psychological research on grief associated with companion animal death, I explore the “emotion work” guardians engage

Angelyn Spignesi

107 THE SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION OF EMOTION JUDGMENTS: THE POSSIBILITY RE-EXAMINED Angelyn Spignesi The criticism that the discipline of psychology has not been in- vestigating relevant issues has been steadily accumulating over the last two decades. Many psychologists have pointed to the over

Angelyn Spignesi

107 THE SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION OF EMOTION JUDGMENTS: THE POSSIBILITY RE-EXAMINED Angelyn Spignesi The criticism that the discipline of psychology has not been in- vestigating relevant issues has been steadily accumulating over the last two decades. Many psychologists have pointed to the over

Mufid James Hannush

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/156916211X567505 Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 42 (2011) 107–131 brill.nl/jpp pheno menol ogical p s y c h ology jour nal of Book Reviews Karen J. Maroda, Psychodynamic Techniques: Working with Emotion in the Thera- peutic Relationship

Leslie Russell

Brief Research Report Leslie A. Russell 1 Decoding Equine Emotions How accurate are people in their decoding of equine emotions? Fourteen male and female experts with substantial experience with horses assigned emotions to photos of horses with 97% agreement. Their judgments were used to create

Gladys Symons

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156853009X418064 Society and Animals 17 (2009) 115-135 brill.nl/soan Choreographing Identities and Emotions in Organizations: Doing “Huminality” on a Geriatric Ward 1 Gladys L. Symons Université du Québec gladys.symons@enap.ca Abstract Th is