The history of emotions : an introduction / Jan Plamper ; translated by Keith Tribe

PPN : 183755758Main Author : Plamper, Jan (1970-....) Coauthor : Tribe, Keith (1949-....) Publication : Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015Description : 1 vol. (xiii- 352 p.) : ill., jaquette. ill. en coul. ; 24 cmISBN : 9780199668335ISBN : 0-19-966833-7ISBN : 978-0-19-874464-1Note : Autre tirage : 2017 (br.)Belong to the serie : Emotions in historySubject - Topical Name : Émotions -- Historiographie | Émotions -- Histoire | Distanciation -- Historiographie | Anthropologie | Neurosciences Document type : Livre
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Autre tirage : 2017 (br.)

Bibliogr. p. [309]-341. Notes bibliogr. Glossaire. Index

La partie liminaire indique : "The history of emotions is one of the fastest growing fields in current historical debate, and this is the first book-length introduction to the field, synthesizing the current research, and offering direction for future study. This book is organized around the debate between social constructivist and universalist theories of emotion that has shaped most emotions research in a variety of disciplines for more than a hundred years: social constructivists believe that emotions are largely learned and subject to historical change, while universalists insist on the timelessness and pan-culturalism of emotions. In historicizing and problematizing this binary, Jan Plamper opens emotions research beyond constructivism and universalism; he also maps a vast terrain of thought about feelings in anthropology, philosophy, sociology, linguistics, art history, political science, the life sciences - from nineteenth-century experimental psychology to the latest affective neuroscience - and history, from ancient times to the present day."

History and emotions : an introduction. 1. The history of the History of emotion. 2. Social Constructivism: Anthropology. 3. Universalism: Life sciences. 4. Perspectiveson the History of emotions.

 

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