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Volume 53 • Number 1

January 2016



 

 

Emotions, Identification, and Evaluation


by Scott O'Leary

Abstract

Theories of identification explain which elements in our mental economy determine our authoritative standpoint and which elements are external. My evaluative theory explains this special authority by considering the holistic pattern of emotional evaluations and evaluative judgments without excluding Jaworska's so-called "marginal cases".


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