6 edition of Emotion, evolution, and rationality found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Dylan Evans, Pierre Cruse.|
|Contributions||Evans, Dylan, 1966-, Cruse, Pierre.|
|LC Classifications||BF531 .E4845 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|ISBN 10||0198528981, 0198528973|
|LC Control Number||2004401921|
Cultural evolution happens at a much faster pace than genetic evolution, and as a consequence, our inborn social behaviors are not (yet) fully adapted to this modern way of life. This is also wonderfully illustrated, in the context of modern diseases, in the book Mismatch by Gluckman and Hanson. 'Evolution and Rationality is a stimulating collection of work that should be of interest to philosophers, biologists, psychologists and economists alike the book is an excellent and much needed contribution to an area that demands interdisciplinary attention.'.
Rather than allowing the Rational Mind to wag its authoritarian finger at the sensitive, Emotional Mind, the Wise Mind seeks to bridge the gap between the two and encourage a sense of harmony and acceptance. The Wise Mind is able to honor and accept emotions, while taking into account the facts, and working to act in a manner that is reasonable. A proper appreciation of the role of emotions with respect to rationality requires a number of distinctions. Our first distinctions pertain to three varieties of cognitive rationality for emotions: rationality as fittingness, rationality as warrant and rationality as coherence. The dominant view on emotions is that they are representations of.
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This book brings together some of the leading thinkers about emotion from a variety of disciplines. In a series of fascinating and challenging essays, they examine the role that evolutionary considerations can play in helping us to understand the role of emotions in rational evolution and decision-making.
Do our emotions stop us being rational. For thousands of years, Emotion have been thought of as obstacles to intelligent evolution.
This view has been challenged in recent years by both philosophers and scientists. In this book leading thinkers from philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience challenge this commonly held view of emotion in a series of chapters.
Emotion, Evolution and Rationality book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. For thousands of years, many Western thinkers have assu /5(3). In this groundbreaking book, leading thinkers from philosophy, evolution, and neuroscience challenge this commonly held view of emotion in a series of fascinating and challenging essays.
Emotion, Evolution and Rationality - Hardcover - Dylan Evans; Pierre Cruse. This book brings together some of the leading thinkers about emotion from a variety of disciplines.
In a series of fascinating and challenging essays, they examine the role that evolutionary considerations can play in helping us to understand the role of emotions in rational thought and : Dylan Evans. This book brings together some of the leading thinkers about emotion from a variety of disciplines.
In a series of fascinating and challenging essays, they examine the role that evolutionary considerations can play in helping us to understand the role of emotions in rational thought and by: Emotion, Evolution and Rationality by Dylan Evans,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3).
As you would expect with that sort of publisher, Emotion, Evolution, and Rationality is an academic book, written for an academic audience consisting mainly of university lecturers and perhaps the occasional postgrad. Specifically, the book evolved from a conference organised in April by two Professors of King's College, London, as part of.
The relationship between emotions and rationality is one that has preoccupied man for thousands of years. As the ancient Stoics said, the emotions typically involve the judgement that harm or benefit is at hand (Sorabji ).Already, then, there was thought to be a relationship between emotions and ‘judgement’, the latter implying a degree of rationality.
My new book Feeling Smart: Why Our Emotions Are More Rational Than We Think attempts to answer these questions. It uses insights from the latest research studies published in recent years “on.
Three approaches to the relationship between emotion and reason or rationality are identified: the conventional approach, in which the two are opposed; the critical approach, in which emotion supports rationality by providing it with salience and goal-formation; and the radical approach, in which emotion and rationality are seen to be continuous.
The Role of Emotions in Ecological and Practical Rationality. Gianmatteo Mameli - - In Dylan Evans & Pierre Cruse (eds.), Emotion, Evolution and Rationality Cited by: Introduction to Psychology (PSYC ) This lecture introduces students to the study of psychology from an evolutionary perspective, the idea that like the body, natural selection has shaped the.
The evolution of emotion: Charles Darwin's little-known psychology experiment. In addition to publishing his theory of evolution, Darwin wrote books about coral reefs, earthworms and.
Lecture 10 - Evolution, Emotion, and Reason: Evolution and Rationality Overview. This lecture introduces students to the study of psychology from an evolutionary perspective, the idea that like the body, natural selection has shaped the development of the human mind.
Get this from a library. Emotion, evolution, and rationality. [Dylan Evans; Pierre Cruse;] -- Do our emotions stop us being rational. For thousands of years, emotions have been thought of as obstacles to intelligent thought.
In this book, leading thinkers from philosophy, psychology and. v Crime as Choice: Rationality, Emotion, and Criminal Behavior 89 and their behavior and that it has seriously neglected the role of emotions (Ferrell, ). Cultural.
criminologists agree with evolutionary scholars that emotions are more important than rationality. Publication metadata.
Author(s): Nettle D Editor(s): Evans, D. Cruse, P. Publication type: Book Chapter Publication status: Published Book Title: Emotion, Evolution and Rationality Year: Pages: Publisher: Oxford University Press Place Published: Oxford Library holdings: Search Newcastle University Library for this item ISBN: Emotions play little role in this decision-making process.
In neglecting the role of emotions, rational choice theory is out of step with present-day neuroscience—a point that has been made by a variety of brain researchers (e.g., Damasio, ; Koenigs et al., ; Krajbich et al., ).
In addition, affective and social neuroscience are. Emotions and Rationality in Leadership In his latest book,Feeling Smart: Why Our Emotions Are More Rational Than We Think in terms of evolution.
I think that the mere fact that we still. The study of the evolution of emotions dates back to the 19th ion and natural selection has been applied to the study of human communication, mainly by Charles Darwin in his work, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.
Darwin researched the expression of emotions in an effort to support his theory of evolution. He proposed that much. Emotional state drives so much in life. That includes our performance at work. American psychologist Daniel Goleman’s book Emotional Intelligence has laid the groundwork for contemporary studies on emotions, teams, and company success.
These days, there’s an academia-linked Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations devoted to studying emotional .In: Evans D, Cruse P (eds) Emotion, evolution, and rationality. Oxford University Press, New York, pp – Google Scholar Mandler M () A difficult choice in preference theory: rationality implies completeness or transitivity but not both.