“The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Emotion”, et autres publications récentes et à venir aux Presses Universitaires d’Oxford

Depuis une dizaine d’années au moins, les Presses Universitaires d’Oxford sont très actives dans le domaine des “affective sciences”. Rappel des dernières parutions et annonce du prochain livre de Ronald de Sousa.

Source: Oxford University Press

Edited by Peter Goldie
736 pages | 5 line drawings | 246x171mm
978-0-19-923501-8 | Hardback | 03 December 2009

Price: £85.00

Peter Goldie: Introduction

Part 1: What Emotions Are

1: John Deigh: Concepts of Emotion in Modern Philosophy and Psychology

2: Aaron Ben-Ze’ev: The Thing Called Emotion

3: Roddy Cowie: Describing the Forms of Emotional Colouring that Pervade Everyday Life

4: Ronald de Sousa: The Mind’s Bermuda Triangle: Philosophy of Emotions and Empirical Science

Part 2: The History of Emotion

5: Anthony Price: Emotions in Plato and Aristotle

6: Christopher Gill: Stoicism and Epicureanism

7: Peter King: Emotion in Medieval Thought

8: Kate Abramson: A Sentimentalist defence of Contempt, Shame, and Disdain

9: Anthony Hatzimoysis: Emotions in Heidegger and Sartre

10: Louis C. Charland: Reinstating the Passions: Arguments from History of Psychopathology

Part 3: Emotions and Practical Reason

11: Jon Elster: Emotional Choice and Rational Choice

12: Sabine Döring: Why be Emotional?

13: Bennett Helm: Emotions and Motivation: Reconsidering Neo-Jamesian Accounts

14: Christine Tappolet: Emotions and Motivation: The Case of Fear

Part 4: Emotions and the Self

15: Matthew Ratcliffe: The Phenomenology of Mood and the Meaning of Life

16: David Pugmire: Saying It

17: Adam Morton: Epistemic Emotions

18: Amelie Rorty: A Plea for Ambivalence

19: R. Peter Hobson: Emotion, Self/Other-Awareness, and Autism: A Developmental Perspective

20: Michael Stocker: Intellectual and Other Non-Standard Emotions

Part 5: Emotion, Value, and Morality

21: Kevin Mulligan: Emotions and Values

22: Jerome Neu: An Ethics of Emotion?

23: Jesse Prinz: The Moral Emotions

24: Patricia Greenspan: Learning Emotions and Ethics

25: Robert C. Roberts: Emotions and the Canons of Evaluation

26: Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson: Demystifying Sensibilities: Sentimental Values and the Instability of Affect

Part 6: Emotion, Art, and Aesthetics

27: Derek Matravers: Expression in the Arts

28: Susan Feagin: Affects in Appreciation

29: Matthew Kieran: Emotions, Art, and Immorality

30: Jenefer Robinson: Emotional Responses to Music: What are they? How do they work? And are they relevant to aesthetic appreciation?

Emotions, Values, and the Law

John Deigh

OUP USA

264 pages | 2 halftones | 235x156mm

978-0-19-516932-4 | Hardback | 30 October 2008

Price: £40.00

Provenance and Acknowledgements

Introduction

1: Emotions: The Legacy of James and Freud

2: Primitive Emotions

3: Cognitivism and the Theory of Emotion

4: Emotions and Values

5: The Politics of Disgust and Shame

6: Emotions and the Authority of Law: Variations on Themes from Bentham and Austin

7: All Kinds of Guilt

8: Promises under Fire

9: Moral Agency and Criminal Insanity

10: Liberalism and Freedom

Art, Emotion and Ethics

Berys Gaut

288 pages | 234x156mm

978-0-19-957152-9 | Paperback | 06 August 2009

Also available as: Hardback

List of Illustrations

1: The Long Debate

2: Aesthetics and Ethics: Basic Concepts

3: A Conceptual Map

4: Autonomism

5: Artistic and Critical Practices

6: Questions of Character

7: The Cognitive Argument: The Epistemic Claim

8: The Cognitive Argument: The Aesthetic Claim

9: Emotion and Imagination

10: The Merited Response Argument

Bibliography

Index

A Blueprint for Affective Computing

A sourcebook and manual

Klaus R. Scherer, Tanja Bänziger, and Etienne Roesch

Series in Affective Science

416 pages | 246x171mm

978-0-19-956670-9 | Hardback | 23 September 2010

Scherer, KR, Bänziger, T, Roesch E.B.: Preface

Theoretical approaches to the study of emotion in humans and machines

Introduction

1.1: Scherer, K.R.: Emotion and emotional competence: conceptual and theoretical issues for modeling

1.2: Marsella, S., Gratch, J., Petta, P.: Computational models of emotion

The emotion process: Perspectives from psychology and the neurosciences

Introduction

2.1: Scherer, KR: The component process model: a blueprint for a comprehensive computational model of emotion

2.2: Grandjean D., Sander, D.: The emotional brain meets affective computing

2.3: Bänziger, T, With, S., Kaiser, S: The face and voice of emotions: the expressions of emotions

2.4: Kreibig, S., Schaefer, G., Brosch, T.: Psychological response patterning in emotion: implications for affective computing

2.5: Parkinson, B: Emotions in interpersonal interactions

Emotional expression: Ground truth and agent evaluation

Introduction

3.1: Cowie, R., Douglas-Cowie, E., Martin, J.-C-, Devillers, L.: The essential role of human databases for learning in and validation of affectively competent agents

3.2: Scherer, KR. & Bänziger, T.: On the use of actor portrayals in research on emotional expression

Approaches to the computational modelling of emotion

Introduction

4.1: Becker-Asano, C., Wachsmuth, I.: WASABI as a case study of how misattribution of emotion can be modelled computationally

4.2: Roesch, EB, Korsten, N, Fragopanagos, N., Taylor, JG: Emotions in artificial neural networks

Approaches to the implementation of emotionally competent agents

Introduction

5.1: Hyniewska, S., Niewiadomski, R., Mancini, M., Pelachaud, C.: Expression of affects in Embodied Conversational Agents

5.2: Schröder, M., Burkhardt, F., Krstulovic, S.: Synthesis of emotional speech

5.3: Devillers, L., Vidrascu, L., Layachi, O.: Automatic detection of emotion from vocal expression

5.4: Castellano, G., Caridakis, G., Camurri, A., Karpouzis, K., Volpe, G., Kollias, S.: Body gesture and facial expression analysis for automatic affect recognition

5.5: Niewiadomski, R., Mancini, M., Hyniewska, S., Pelachaud, C.: Communicating emotional states with the Greta agent

Approaches to developing expression corpora and databases

Introduction

6.1: Bänziger, T & Scherer, KR: Introducing the Geneva Multimodal Emotion Portrayal (GEMEP) corpus

6.2: Cowie, R., Douglas-Cowie, E., Sneddon, I., McRorie, Hanratty, J., McMahon, E. ,McKeown, G.: Induction techniques developed to illuminate relationships between signs of emotion and their context, physical and social.

Conclusions

Oxford Companion to Emotion and the Affective Sciences

David Sander and Klaus Scherer

Series in Affective Science

512 pages | 50 black & white figures, 16 black & white photos and 5 colour photos | 246x171mm

978-0-19-856963-3 | Hardback | 23 July 2009

Price: £49.95

David Sander, Scientific Coordinator of the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, and Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Geneva, Switzerland, and Klaus Scherer, Director of the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Contributors:

John T. Cacioppo, University of Chicago, UK

Tim Dalgleish, Cambridge University, UK

Robert Dantzer, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, USA

Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin Madison, USA

Ronald B. de Sousa, University of Toronto, Canada

Phoebe C. Ellsworth, University of Michigan, USA

Nico Frijda, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

George Loewenstein, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Paula M. Niedenthal, University of Clermont-Ferrand II / CNRS, France

Peter Salovey, Yale University, USA

Richard A. Shweder, University of Chicago, USA

Emotional Truth

Ronald de Sousa

OUP USA

304 pages | 235x156mm

978-0-19-518154-8 | Hardback | February 2011 (estimated)

Price: £40.00

PART I

TRUTH, COHERENCE, AND RATIONALITY

1.: PARADOXICAL EMOTIONS

2.: WHAT EMOTIONS HAVE TO SAY

3.: EMOTIONAL TRUTH AS GENERIC TRUTH

4.: TRUTH, RATIONALITY, AUTHENTICITY

PART II

5.: LEARNING TO BE NATURAL

6.: EMOTIONS IN BLACK-AND-WHITE AND COLOR

7.: MORAL EMOTIONS

8.: WHAT ELSE IS THERE? EMOTIONS, VALUE AND MORALITY

PART III

9.: EPISTEMIC FEELINGS

10.: PERVERSION AND DEATH

11.: IS ART AN ADAPTATION?

12.: THE ART OF THE POSSIBLE IN LIFE AND LITERATURE

PART IV

13.: DESIRE AND SERENDIPITY

14.: PERILS OF HAPPINESS

15.: LOVE UNDIGITIZED

16.: LOVE AS THEATER

17.: REPETITION AND NOVELTY

The Emotional Construction of Morals

Jesse Prinz

352 pages | 234x152mm

978-0-19-957154-3 | Paperback | 27 August 2009

Also available as: Hardback

Price: £16.99

Preamble: Naturalism and Hume’s Law

Part I. Morality and Emotion

1: Emotionism

2: Emotions: Nonmoral and Moral

3: Sensibility Saved

4: Against Objectivity

Part II. Constructing Morals

5: Dining with Cannibals

6: The Genealogy of Morals

7: The Limits of Evolutionary Ethics

8: Moral Progress: Beyond Good and Evil?



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Damien Boquet (2010, 11 octobre). “The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Emotion”, et autres publications récentes et à venir aux Presses Universitaires d’Oxford. Les émotions au Moyen Âge, carnet d'EMMA. Consulté le 17 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o7gq

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