The essence of rage Galen on emotional disturbances and their physical correlates

In the present paper the author aims to explore how, for Galen, emotional states (the soul's affections, or pathe) are connected with bodily states. He does this largely on the basis of texts which are much less well studied, in particular ones which are not overtly works of "psychology&qu...

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Main Author: Singer, P. N.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2017, 2017
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