Teorías analíticas de las emociones: el debate actual y sus precedentes históricos

Contrastes: Revista Internacional de Filosofía 14:217-240 (2009)
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Emotions are one of the topics that have caught the attention of analytical philosophy during the past years, and philosophers have developed different theories in this field. In this article, I shall present the main lines of investigation in the current debate on emotions and explain the arguments in favour and against each of them in order to build up my own position on the one hand, and, present the historical developments previous to the analytical theories, showing that the history of philosophy has always had an interest in emotions as a topic on the other hand.

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Íngrid Vendrell-Ferran
University of Marburg


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