Ruling Passions [Book Review]

Philosophical Review 109 (4):586-589 (2000)
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Abstract

The title of this rich, wide-ranging, and rewarding book alludes both to the idea that passions rule, and to the thought that we rule our passions. Blackburn offers a conception of both, one broadly in the spirit of Hume and Adam Smith.

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