Joys and sorrows of imaginary persons : (on literary emotions) / / Donald Wesling.

Joys and Sorrows of Imaginary Persons is a literary approach to consciousness where Donald Wesling denies that emotion is the scandal or handmaid of reason—rather emotion is the co-creator with reason of human life in the world. Discoveries in neuro-science in the 1990's Decade of the Brain hav...

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Superior document:Consciousness, literature & the arts ; 16
Year of Publication:2008
Series:Consciousness, literature & the arts ; 16.
Physical Description:1 online resource (222 p.)
Notes:Description based upon print version of record.
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