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Feeling in Theory

Emotion after the "Death of the Subject"

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$43.50 • £34.95 • €39.00

ISBN 9780674011274

Publication Date: 05/30/2003

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222 pages

6-3/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations and Textual Note
  • Introduction: Emotion after the “Death of the Subject”
  • I. Cogito and the History of the Passions
    • 1. Philosophy of Emotion
    • 2. Cogito and the History of the Passions
    • 3. Feeling and Phenomena
    • 4. Imaginary Seductions
    • 5. Idea-Signs of Passion
  • II. Pathos (Allegories of Emotion)
    • 6. Emotion and Figure
    • 7. Safety and the Sublime
    • 8. The Allegory of Emotion
    • 9. Inner Voices, Hostile Strangers: Moral and Social Feelings
    • 10. Emotion Degree Zero
  • III. A Parallel Philosophy
    • 11. Nobody’s Passion: Emotion and the Philosophy of Music
    • 12. Emotional Reference
    • 13. Why You Can’t Make a Subject That Feels Pain
    • 14. From Affection to Affect
    • 15. The Regime of Affect
  • IV. Psyche, Inc.: Derridean Emotion after De Man
    • 16. Hardly Thinking
    • 17. Psyche and Prosopopoeia
    • 18. “The Theater of Petty Passions”
    • 19. L’âme
  • Conclusion: Night of the Human Subject
  • Notes
  • References
  • Index

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