Looking for Spinoza: Joy, Sorrow, and the Feeling Brain

William Heinemann (2003)
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Abstract

Damasio, an eminent neuroscientist explores the science of human emotion and what the great Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza can teach of how and why we feel. Damasio shows how joy and sorrow, those most defining of human feelings, are in fact the cornerstones of our survival and culture.

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