Rethinking emotion campe rdiger weber julia. (PDF) “Feelings on Faces. From Physiognomics to Neuroscience”, in Rüdiger Campe and Julia Weber, eds., Rethinking Emotion. Interiority and Exteriority in Premodern, Modern, and Contemporary Thought (Interdisciplinary German Cultural Studies, Volume 15, eds. Scott Denham, Irene Kacandas and Jonathan Petropoulos), Berlin 2019-01-28

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(PDF) “Feelings on Faces. From Physiognomics to Neuroscience”, in Rüdiger Campe and Julia Weber, eds., Rethinking Emotion. Interiority and Exteriority in Premodern, Modern, and Contemporary Thought (Interdisciplinary German Cultural Studies, Volume 15, eds. Scott Denham, Irene Kacandas and Jonathan Petropoulos), Berlin

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For permission please contact hsk. Interiority and Exteriority in Premodern, Modern, and Contemporary Thought Interdisciplinary German Cultural Studies, Volume 15, eds. Interiority — Emotion — Communication 3:00 p. What are emotions, where do they originate and how are they brought into being? This book reevaluates premodern, modern and contemporary conceptions of affects, passions and emotion by analyzing various historical manifestations of the discourse on emotion. Contemporary conceptions of emotion from such different fields as human geography, art history and cognitive sciences recently started to challenge this notion of internal emotions by developing alternative descriptions of externalized emotion. What are emotions, where do they originate and how are they brought into being? The emergence of the notion of interiority is a modern phenomenon. While from antiquity to early modernity, affects or passions were mostly conceived of as external physiological forces which act upon a passive subject, modern conceptions generally locate emotions within the subject.

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While from antiquity to early modernity, affects or passions were mostly conceived of as external physiological forces which act upon a passive subject, modern conceptions generally locate emotions within the subject. Anthony Vidler, The Cooper Union Lost in Vienna: Where in the World Is Little Hans? From antiquity to early modernity, affects or passions were mostly conceived of as external physiological forces which act upon a passive subject, or as dramatic situations in which the affected person responds to an ensemble of actors and specific circumstances. Brigitte Weingart, Universität Bonn Contact at a Distance. Niklaus Largier, University of California, Berkeley Mysticism, Meditation and Spiritual Exercises 10:15 a. While from antiquity to early modernity, affects or passions were mostly conceived of as external physiological forces which act upon a passive subject, modern conceptions generally locate emotions within the subject.

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Observation of a photograph of the same extended pose did not increase cortical excitability either. Scott Denham, Irene Kacandas and Jonathan Petropoulos , Berlin-Boston: De Gruyter, pp. Literature and Calculation from Pascal to Kleist, transl. No wonder why the occupational stress is one of the most costly occupational health issues in the world. Artistic Challenges: The Inextricability of the Relationship 2:00 p. Rüdiger Campe, Yale University Who Loves Whom for What Reason? When we are faced with pressure and responsibilities at work, the tendency is that we experience a stream of negative thoughts and feelings.

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(PDF) “Feelings on Faces. From Physiognomics to Neuroscience”, in Rüdiger Campe and Julia Weber, eds., Rethinking Emotion. Interiority and Exteriority in Premodern, Modern, and Contemporary Thought (Interdisciplinary German Cultural Studies, Volume 15, eds. Scott Denham, Irene Kacandas and Jonathan Petropoulos), Berlin

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What are emotions, where do they originate and how are they brought into being? The main goals of the project are: 1 To empirically investigate the constitutive elements of aesthetic experience and the genesis of aesthetic concepts, by focusing on the brain-body responses to static and moving images; 2 To empirically investigate how media and contextual factors modulate individuals' aesthetic experience; 3 To investigate the bodily roots of the experience of architecture. Passions: Interiority as Exteriority 9:15 a. Contemporary conceptions of emotion from such different fields as human geography, art history and cognitive sciences recently started to challenge this notion of internal emotions by developing alternative descriptions of externalized emotion. Vom Verfahren, die Wahrheit zu sagen, in Schillers Don Karlos und Goethes Iphigenie, in Campe, Wessels ed. This article is an attempt to look at existing evidence on impact of contemplative practices on workplace stress. Moreover, intracortical inhibition was reduced during imagery of the painting.

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Rethinking Emotion

rethinking emotion campe rdiger weber julia

Our results offer clear motor correlates of the relationship between the esthetic quality of a work and the perception of implied movement within it. Nietzsche's Genealogy of the 'Internalized Human Being' 10:00 a. Final discussion Moderation: Rüdiger Campe All events take place at the Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall Street, Room 208 For more information please go to www. Beate Söntgen, Ruhr Universität Bochum Chardin. It is only at the turn of the eighteenth century that emotions became increasingly located within the subject itself. This book reevaluates premodern, modern and contemporary conceptions of affects, passions and emotion by analyzing various historical manifestations of the discourse on emotion. Welcome and Opening Remarks Julia Weber I.

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This work may be copied and redistributed for non-commercial, educational purposes, if permission is granted by the author and usage right holders. Scott Denham, Irene Kacandas and Jonathan Petropoulos , Berlin-Boston: De Gruyter, pp. The Topology of Fascination 3:00 p. Kunst — Recht — Politik Frankfurt: Suhrkamp. The Scene in the Scene of Writing.

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Using single and paired- pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation we analyze corticomotor excitability during observation of an action in the painting, during imagery of the painting, and during observation of a photograph of the same pose. Zurich Distinguished Lecture, The Art of Interpretation, Zurich University. . Vogel: Flucht und Szene Berlin: Theater der Zeit 2018. Von Musils Törless zum Mann ohne Eigenschaften.

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Contemporary conceptions of emotion from such different fields as human geography, art history and cognitive sciences recently started to challenge this notion of internal emotions by developing alternative descriptions of externalized emotion. Rainer Nägele, Yale University Kellergewölbe: Gottfried Kellers Innenwelt der Außenwelt. We also analyze the effects of observation of two further paintings, one showing the same muscles at rest, and in the other in a more overtly emotional context. Catherine Newmark, Freie Universität Berlin Moving the Soul — Moving into the Soul. When this happens, it is not easy to think clearly, and do our jobs well.

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