Ordering emotions in Europe, 1100-1800 / edited by Susan Broomhall.

Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2015.
xvi, 319 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.


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Ordering Emotions in Europe, 1100-1800 investigates how emotions were conceptualised and practised in the medieval and early modern period, as they ordered systems of thought and practice-from philosophy and theology, to science and medicine.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Hearts and minds : ordering emotions in Europe, 1100-1800 / Susan Broomhall
  • Nine angry angels : order, emotion, and the angelic and demonic hierarchies in the High Middle Ages / Juanita Feros Ruys
  • Christ's masculinity : homo and vir in Peter Lombard's Sentences / Clare Monagle
  • Modes and manipulation : music the state, and emotion / Carol J. Williams
  • Avarice, emotions, and the family in thirteenth-century moral discourse / Spencer E. Young
  • Affective memory across time : the emotive city of Christine de Pizan / Louise D'Arcens
  • Nicholas of Modruš's De consolatione (1465-1466) : a new approach to grief management / Han Baltussen
  • Hearts on fire : compassion and love in Nicolas Houel's Traité de la Charité chrestienne / Susan Broomhall
  • Living anxiously : the senses, society and morality in pre-modern England / Danijela Kambaskovic
  • Conceptual eclecticism and ethical prescription in early modern Jesuit discourses about affects : Suárez and Caussin on maternal love / Raphaële Garrod
  • Anatomy of a passion : Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale as case study / Louis C. Charland and R.S. White
  • Arts and games of love : genre, gender and special friendships in eighteenth-century Jesuit poetry / Yasmin Haskell
  • Androgyny and the fear of demonic intervention in the early modern Iberian peninsula : ecclesiastical and popular responses / François Soyer
  • Medical effects and affects : the expression of emotions in early modern patient-physician correspondence / Robert L. Weston.
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  • 9004305092 ((hardback ; : alk. paper))
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