By Jason W. Brown
This e-book is an account of the psychology of romantic love within the context of a conception of feelings. The account develops out of experiences in mind psychology and the extension to issues in process-philosophy, reminiscent of the character of price and trust, and the principal position of feeling in psychological approach. The procedure is subjectivist, that's, from the interior viewpoint, and during this appreciate it differs vastly from the externalist and objectivist tendencies in glossy cognitive technology and empiricist philosophy.
Love is the final word in price, in order that a thought of affection can also be a thought of the character of price and its relation to feeling, trust, and to force and hope. The function of purpose, cause, and appraisal is critiqued. The relation to different emotions, resembling jealousy, envy, anger, loss and grief is mentioned by way of a normal conception of emotion and the foundation in a strategy account of the mind/brain nation.