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A short course of lectures
«True Emotions»





An Aristotelian objection to authentic emotional ambivalenceEmotional truth and accuracyEmotional authenticityThe challenges of neosentimentalismThe problem of rationalityEmotional truth and appropriatenessThe problem of flexibilityNonconceptual content: Cognitive or noncognitive?Nonconceptual contentCausally efficacious cognitive monitoringAppropriateness as correctnessProcess-oriented appraisal theoriesPsychological constructionismThe problem of emotional authenticity at workManaged emotionsA case study: Authentic emotional labour in nursingWhat is emotional truth?Concluding remarksCognition in the dynamics of emotionAcknowledgementsThe argument for cognitivism from emotion regulationEmotional truthAuthenticity and occupational emotionsCognitive process models of emotionAuthenticity in cultural contextEmotional authenticity for Hochschild and beyondDe Sousa on emotional authenticityEmotional authenticity as sincerityThe conflation problemNonconceptual appraisals as constitutive causes of emotionAppropriateness as truthFrom true emotions to sentimental valuesBolton's typology of emotion management at workAuthenticity and sincerityRecalcitrant emotionsCognition in the structure of emotionWhat is emotional authenticity?Professional values, virtues, and emotionsReasons of fitEmotions and truth-aptnessC. Fine-grained nonconceptual contentEmotional authenticity as integrityRecalcitrant and managed emotionsThe antinomy of emotional authenticityDe Sousa on emotional truthEvaluation of the two process modelsThe problem of autonomyAuthenticity as regulative ideal of coherenceCognition in emotion at the algorithmic level of analysisB. Noninferential nonconceptual contentEmotional truthMental causes in the constitution of emotionThe efficiency of intrinsic emotion regulationImplicit, effortless, and nonconscious regulationConceptual contentA. Subpersonal and subdoxastic nonconceptual contentCognition in emotion at the functional level of analysisWhat emotions truly are?
 
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