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Toward a Rationality of Emotions
An Essay In The Philosophy of Mind

By W. George Turski

“A stimulating work that arouses the wish to discuss its manifold aspects.”

Oded Balaban, International Studies In Philosophy

“This book is indeed a fine one, intelligent, balanced well argued, challenging. It does what it proposes to do: ‘enrich’ our understanding of emotional life.”&mdashThomas W. Busch, Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

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Retail price: $80.00, S.
Release date: June 1994
197 pages
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