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Author Frevert, Ute.

Title Emotions in History : Lost and Found
Published New York : Central European University Press, 1900
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Contents ""Cover ""; ""Title page ""; ""Copyright page ""; ""Contents ""; ""List of Illustrations""; ""Preface and acknowledgments""; ""The historical economy of emotions:Introduction Brussels, 2010: Emotional politics and the politics of emotion � The Economy of emotions: How it works and why it matters � The modern and the pre-modern ""
""Chapter 3. Finding emotions Empathy and compassion � Social emotions in18th-century moral philosophy � Self-love and sympathy � Suffering and pity � Fraternité and the French Revolution � Human rights � Abolitionism and the change in sensibility � Sympathy, lexical � Schopenhauer�s N�chstenliebe versus Nietzsche�s Fernsten-Liebe � Compassion and its shortcomings � Counter-forces and blockades � Suffering, pity and the education of feelings � Modern dilemmas � Hu""Emotions lost and found: Conclusions and perspectives""; ""Notes""; ""Index of names""
Notes ""Chapter 1. Losing emotions Losing emotions in trauma � Losing emotions in psychology and historiography � Losing emotions in the civilising process � Losing emotions in words: acedia and melancholia �Losing the mot-force: honour � Honour as anemotional disposition: internal/external � Honourpractices: The duel � The emotional powe rof duelling � Shaming the coward � Equality and group cohesion � Crimes of honour, nowand then � Chastity and family honour � Rape, sex, and
""Chapter 2. Gendering emotions Rage and insult � Power and self-control �Women�s strength, women�s weakness � Modernity and the natural order � Emotional topographies of gender � Sensibility � Romantic families, passionate politics � Intense emotionsversus creative minds � Schools of emotions: the media � Self-help literature � More schooling:armies, peer groups, politics � Collective emotions and charismatic leadership � New emotional profiles and social change �
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ISBN 6155053359