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By Anita Konzelmann Ziv (auth.), Anita Konzelmann Ziv, Keith Lehrer, Hans Bernhard Schmid (eds.)

This quantity examines the affective and social dimensions of self-related actions. this can be a novel manner of imminent conventional questions equivalent to the scope and function of self-knowledge, the interrelation among the social and the person individual, and the importance of emotional appraisal. concentrating on self-evaluation rather than self-knowledge in transferring from a doxastic to an axiological viewpoint. The clinical additional worth created by way of this process is threefold: i) it opens up a broadr standpoint at the constitution of self-reflection which incorporates a matrix of values; ii) as valauations indicate a social contaxt, it extends to social family; iii) considering the fact that affective attitudes are an important for the popularity of values, it incorparates emotions and feelings. briefly, self-evaluation is a belief of self-refelection along with sociality and affectivity.

This quantity comprises contributions by way of prime figures in philosophy of brain and motion, emotion thought, and phenomenology. It permits an international view at the latest reflections at the material, being of curiosity for pro philosophers, in addition to for researchers from a number of nighboring disciplines.

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