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Title Passions and subjectivity in early modern culture / edited by Brian Cummings, University of York, UK, and Freya Sierhuis, Ludwig-Maximitians-Universitat, Germany.
Publisher Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, [2013]



Descript x, 317 pages.
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Contents Contents: Introduction, Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhius; Part I Intersubjectivity, Ethics, Agency: Passion and intersubjectivity in early modern literature, Christopher Tilmouth; Affective physics: affectus in Spinoza's Ethica, Russ Leo; Donne's passions: emotion, agency and language, Brian Cummings. Part II Embodiment, Cognition, Identity: Melancholy, passions and identity in the Renaissance, Angus Gowland; Montaigne's soul, Felicity Green; Uncertain knowing, blind vision, and active passivity: subjectivity, sensuality and emotion in Milton's epistemology, Katharine Fletcher. Part III Politics, Affects, Friendship: Friendship and freedom of speech in the work of Fulke Greville, Freya Sierhuis; A passion for the past: the politics of nostalgia on the early Jacobean stage, Isabel Karremann; 'Not truth but image maketh passion': Hobbes on instigation and appeasing, Ioannis D. Evrigenis. Part IV Religion, Devotion, Theology: 'A sensible touching, feeling and groping': metaphor and sensory experience in the English Reformation, Joe Moshenska; 'Tears of passion' and 'inordinate lamentation': complicated grief in Donne and Augustine, Katrin Ettenhuber; Passions, politics and subjectivity in Philip Massinger's The Emperor of the East, Adrian Streete. Part V Philosophy and the Early Modern Passions: The fallacy of 'that within': Hamlet meets Wittgenstein, Daniella JancsA3; 'The greatest share of endless pain': the spectral sacramentality of pain in Milton's Paradise Lost, BjArn Quiring; 'Not passion's slave': Hamlet, Descartes and the passions, Stephan Laqu; Afterword, Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhuis; Bibliography; Index.
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781317083474 (e-book)
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Subject English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
Subjectivity in literature.
Self in literature.
Emotions in literature.
Popular culture and literature -- England.
Literature -- Philosophy -- History.
Alt author Cummings, Brian.
Sierhuis, Freya.
Descript x, 317 pages.
Content text
Media computer
Carrier online resource
Contents Contents: Introduction, Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhius; Part I Intersubjectivity, Ethics, Agency: Passion and intersubjectivity in early modern literature, Christopher Tilmouth; Affective physics: affectus in Spinoza's Ethica, Russ Leo; Donne's passions: emotion, agency and language, Brian Cummings. Part II Embodiment, Cognition, Identity: Melancholy, passions and identity in the Renaissance, Angus Gowland; Montaigne's soul, Felicity Green; Uncertain knowing, blind vision, and active passivity: subjectivity, sensuality and emotion in Milton's epistemology, Katharine Fletcher. Part III Politics, Affects, Friendship: Friendship and freedom of speech in the work of Fulke Greville, Freya Sierhuis; A passion for the past: the politics of nostalgia on the early Jacobean stage, Isabel Karremann; 'Not truth but image maketh passion': Hobbes on instigation and appeasing, Ioannis D. Evrigenis. Part IV Religion, Devotion, Theology: 'A sensible touching, feeling and groping': metaphor and sensory experience in the English Reformation, Joe Moshenska; 'Tears of passion' and 'inordinate lamentation': complicated grief in Donne and Augustine, Katrin Ettenhuber; Passions, politics and subjectivity in Philip Massinger's The Emperor of the East, Adrian Streete. Part V Philosophy and the Early Modern Passions: The fallacy of 'that within': Hamlet meets Wittgenstein, Daniella JancsA3; 'The greatest share of endless pain': the spectral sacramentality of pain in Milton's Paradise Lost, BjArn Quiring; 'Not passion's slave': Hamlet, Descartes and the passions, Stephan Laqu; Afterword, Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhuis; Bibliography; Index.
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781317083474 (e-book)
Subject English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
Subjectivity in literature.
Self in literature.
Emotions in literature.
Popular culture and literature -- England.
Literature -- Philosophy -- History.
Alt author Cummings, Brian.
Sierhuis, Freya.

Subject English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
Subjectivity in literature.
Self in literature.
Emotions in literature.
Popular culture and literature -- England.
Literature -- Philosophy -- History.
Descript x, 317 pages.
Content text
Media computer
Carrier online resource
Contents Contents: Introduction, Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhius; Part I Intersubjectivity, Ethics, Agency: Passion and intersubjectivity in early modern literature, Christopher Tilmouth; Affective physics: affectus in Spinoza's Ethica, Russ Leo; Donne's passions: emotion, agency and language, Brian Cummings. Part II Embodiment, Cognition, Identity: Melancholy, passions and identity in the Renaissance, Angus Gowland; Montaigne's soul, Felicity Green; Uncertain knowing, blind vision, and active passivity: subjectivity, sensuality and emotion in Milton's epistemology, Katharine Fletcher. Part III Politics, Affects, Friendship: Friendship and freedom of speech in the work of Fulke Greville, Freya Sierhuis; A passion for the past: the politics of nostalgia on the early Jacobean stage, Isabel Karremann; 'Not truth but image maketh passion': Hobbes on instigation and appeasing, Ioannis D. Evrigenis. Part IV Religion, Devotion, Theology: 'A sensible touching, feeling and groping': metaphor and sensory experience in the English Reformation, Joe Moshenska; 'Tears of passion' and 'inordinate lamentation': complicated grief in Donne and Augustine, Katrin Ettenhuber; Passions, politics and subjectivity in Philip Massinger's The Emperor of the East, Adrian Streete. Part V Philosophy and the Early Modern Passions: The fallacy of 'that within': Hamlet meets Wittgenstein, Daniella JancsA3; 'The greatest share of endless pain': the spectral sacramentality of pain in Milton's Paradise Lost, BjArn Quiring; 'Not passion's slave': Hamlet, Descartes and the passions, Stephan Laqu; Afterword, Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhuis; Bibliography; Index.
Note 325 annual accesses. UkHlHU
Alt author Cummings, Brian.
Sierhuis, Freya.
ISBN 9781317083474 (e-book)

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