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Uncomfortable Situations

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What is a hostile environment? How exactly can feelings be mixed? What on earth might it mean when someone writes that he was &... Weiterlesen
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What is a hostile environment? How exactly can feelings be mixed? What on earth might it mean when someone writes that he was &quote,happily situated&quote, as a slave? The answers, of course, depend upon?whom?you ask.Science and the humanities typically offer two different paradigms for thinking about emotion-the first rooted in brain and biology, the second in a social world. With rhetoric as a field guide, Uncomfortable Situations establishes?common ground?between these two paradigms, focusing on a theory of situated emotion.?Daniel M. Gross anchors the argument in Charles Darwin, whose work on emotion has been misunderstood across the disciplines?as it has been?shoehorned into the perceived?science-humanities divide.?Then Gross turns to sentimental literature as the single best domain for studying emotional situations. There's lost composure (Sterne), bearing up (Equiano), environmental hostility (Radcliffe), and feeling mixed (Austen). Rounding out the book, an epilogue?written with ecological neuroscientist Stephanie Preston provides a different kind of cross-disciplinary collaboration. Uncomfortable Situations is a conciliatory work across science and the humanities-a groundbreaking model for future studies.

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Titel: Uncomfortable Situations
Untertitel: Emotion between Science and the Humanities
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EAN: 9780226485171
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Hersteller: University of Chicago Press
Genre: Sonstiges Belletristik
Anzahl Seiten: 208
Veröffentlichung: 28.08.2017
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