A Historical Perspective On Emotion
This section is intended as a general overview of the main theories
that addressed the study of the experience or expression of emotions. Readers
are encouraged to seek further information from more comprehensive texts
and original sources.
Lemoyne, Francois: Venus
Showing Cupid the Power of his Arrows (1729-1730)
Relevant General References
- The Classics On line.
- The American Classical League.
- The library of congress: Ressources
for greek and latin classics.
- The Latin Library. (Original
texts in Latin).
- "The Psychology of the affections in Plato and Aristotle; I Plato". H.M.
Gardiner. Philosophical Review, 27:469-488, 1918.
- "The Psychology of the affections in Plato and Aristotle; II Aristotle".
H.M. Gardiner. Philosophical Review, 28:1-26, 1919.
- "Affective psychology in ancient writers after Aristotle". H.M. Gardiner.
Psychological Review, 27:204-229, 1919.
- Feeling and Emotion: A History of Theories. H.M. Gardiner, Ruth Clark Metcalf,
John G. Beebe-Center. Greenwood press, pubs, Westport, Connecticut, 1970.
- Most images (art work) have been found at the University of Haiffa (Israel).
Editor: Jean-Marc Fellous