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  1. W2: James's theory of emotion - 1 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
  2. W3: James's theory of emotion - 2 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
  3. W4: The cognitive approach to emotion - 1 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
  4. W5: The cognitive approach to emotion - 2 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
  5. W6: Intellectual emotions 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
      1. Intellectual and Other Nonstandard Emotions [in] The Oxford handbook of philosophy of emotion - Michael Stocker 2010 (electronic resource)

        Chapter  Stocker, M. (2010). Intellectual and other nonstandard emotions (pp. 401-423)

    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
      1. Epistemic Emotions [in] The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Emotion - Adam Morton 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book  Morton, A. (2010). Epistemic emotions (pp. 385-399)

  6. W7: Unconscious emotions 3 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 2 items
  7. W8: Moods 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
  8. W9: Existential feelings 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
  9. W10: Emotions and language 2 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
    2. Further reading (optional) 1 item
      1. Saying It [in] The Oxford handbook of philosophy of emotion - David Pugmire 2010 (electronic resource)

        Chapter  Pugmire, D. (2010) Saying it. (pp. 373-384).

  10. W11: The narrative account of emotion 1 item
    1. Essential reading 1 item
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