Descartes y Wittgenstein sobre las emociones

Jorge Vicente Arregui
2018 Anuario Filosófico  
The paper focuses on Wittgensteinian criticism of the epistemological approach of the study of emotions that was begun by Descartes. Wittgenstein distinguishes, as Aristotle did, between matter and form of emotions, and he maintains that emotions and physiological reactions are not two different events, but only one which can be described in two different ways.
doi:10.15581/009.24.29975 fatcat:irfgg43edveebmnm6enncb5gf4