Coverart for item
The Resource What's Hecuba to him? : fictional events and actual emotions, E.M. Dadlez

What's Hecuba to him? : fictional events and actual emotions, E.M. Dadlez

Label
What's Hecuba to him? : fictional events and actual emotions
Title
What's Hecuba to him?
Title remainder
fictional events and actual emotions
Statement of responsibility
E.M. Dadlez
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Dadlez, Eva M.
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychology and literature
  • Literature
  • Literature
  • Emotions in literature
  • Emotions and cognition
Label
What's Hecuba to him? : fictional events and actual emotions, E.M. Dadlez
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-233) and index
Contents
  • Playing Inconsistent Games
  • Objects of Emotion and Emotional Imagination
  • Responding to Actual People and Events
  • Thoughts and Thought Contents as Intentional Objects
  • Possibility and Potentiality as Objects of Emotion
  • Emotion, Imagination, and Attention
  • Imagining Emotionally
  • Fiction, Emotion, and Morality
  • Emotion and Normative Judgment
  • Love's Best Guess: The Merely Fictional
  • Fiction, Emotion, and Irrationality
  • Moral Conflict and the Limits of the Imagination
  • A Digression on Humor
  • Imagining Possibilities and the Possibility of Imagining
  • Imagining Fictional Worlds
  • Fictional Worlds
  • Imagining Fictions
  • Imagination as Interpretation
  • Imaginative Engagement
  • Imagining the Real
  • Feeling with Fiction: Empathy and Imagination
  • Emotions
  • Emotion and Empathy
  • Empathetic Emotion and Second-Order Belief
  • Empathetic Imagination
  • Feeling with the Fictional
  • Empathy and Necessity
  • The Empathetic and the Normative
  • The Satisfyingly Sad and the Sadly Satisfying
  • Enjoying Excitement and Emotional Release
  • Achieving Equilibrium: Rehearsal and Meta-Response
  • Clarification, Comprehension, and Construal
  • Irrationality in Emotion
  • Form and Content
  • Appreciating Aesthetically
  • Fictional Events and Irrational Emotions
  • Nearing Fictions: Feeling as Believing
  • The Emotional and the Quasi Emotional
  • Making-Believe
  • Addressing Fictions and Expressing Desires
Control code
ocm35292986
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 240 p.
Isbn
9780271016511
Lccn
96042211
Label
What's Hecuba to him? : fictional events and actual emotions, E.M. Dadlez
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-233) and index
Contents
  • Playing Inconsistent Games
  • Objects of Emotion and Emotional Imagination
  • Responding to Actual People and Events
  • Thoughts and Thought Contents as Intentional Objects
  • Possibility and Potentiality as Objects of Emotion
  • Emotion, Imagination, and Attention
  • Imagining Emotionally
  • Fiction, Emotion, and Morality
  • Emotion and Normative Judgment
  • Love's Best Guess: The Merely Fictional
  • Fiction, Emotion, and Irrationality
  • Moral Conflict and the Limits of the Imagination
  • A Digression on Humor
  • Imagining Possibilities and the Possibility of Imagining
  • Imagining Fictional Worlds
  • Fictional Worlds
  • Imagining Fictions
  • Imagination as Interpretation
  • Imaginative Engagement
  • Imagining the Real
  • Feeling with Fiction: Empathy and Imagination
  • Emotions
  • Emotion and Empathy
  • Empathetic Emotion and Second-Order Belief
  • Empathetic Imagination
  • Feeling with the Fictional
  • Empathy and Necessity
  • The Empathetic and the Normative
  • The Satisfyingly Sad and the Sadly Satisfying
  • Enjoying Excitement and Emotional Release
  • Achieving Equilibrium: Rehearsal and Meta-Response
  • Clarification, Comprehension, and Construal
  • Irrationality in Emotion
  • Form and Content
  • Appreciating Aesthetically
  • Fictional Events and Irrational Emotions
  • Nearing Fictions: Feeling as Believing
  • The Emotional and the Quasi Emotional
  • Making-Believe
  • Addressing Fictions and Expressing Desires
Control code
ocm35292986
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 240 p.
Isbn
9780271016511
Lccn
96042211

Library Locations

    • Sydney Jones LibraryBorrow it
      Chatham Street, Liverpool, L7 7BD, GB
      53.403069 -2.963723
Processing Feedback ...