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care and to improve quality of care in mental health care over the last ten years (Ministry of Health and Care Services, 2006; 2012). Other countries in Europe have also had the same focus on re- ducing the use of coercion in care (Steinert, Noorthoorn and Mulder, 2014). Over the same period, there

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can prefer one such episode over another for extrinsic reasons. There is still a further possible qualifying answer: "I have these preferences 3.1 Should a Hedonist Radically Extend His Life? 85 because if they were satisfied, I would experience pleasure of a higher quality than if they were not

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characterize emotions as episodes that typically involve a number of physiological, expressive, behavioral phenomena and cognitive features and locate this characterization in the context of philosophical theo- ries of emotions (section 1.2). Section 1.3 deals with an approach to emotion individuation, mostly

In: Emotions as Natural and Social Kinds
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influences of such decisions are hotly debated. Parenting choices are influenced by social factors, such as the parents’ opportunity to find a paid job, to refrain from taking up a paid job, and the availability of daycare. Perhaps children in high-quality daycare turn out to be happier adults than those who

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for ‘being in love’. Some of them are also used for emotional episodes that would be instances of pride or sexual jealousy in English (Lutz 1986: 270, Figure 1). These words belong to the cluster of the emotions of good fortune. The general term for this cluster is ker – happiness. The Ifaluk describe

In: Emotions as Natural and Social Kinds

in Republic. The place to begin is Plato’s description of the oligarch’s attempt to maintain order in his money-making life. But consider this. Wouldn’t we say that though the dronish appetites exist in him [the oligarch] because of his lack of education, some of them beggars and others evildoers

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10.1 What is Environmental Studies Exactly? Environmental studies is an increasingly popular field of study in the United States and around the world. Not only do most institutions of higher education have undergraduate programs in environmental studies, but the field now has its own

In: Making Scientific Discoveries
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Humes: „It must be allo- wed that there are certain qualities in objects which are fitted by nature to produce particular . . . feelings“ (Hume 1757, § 16).3 Dabei dürfte es sich um eine unproblematische Ausgangsthese handeln: manche Gegenstände (Begebenheiten, Situationen, etc.) sind „von Natur aus

In: Gefühl und Weltbezug
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von Patientenkontakten bei einer gleichsam erhöhten Anzahl an Patienten, nicht aber zu einer zusätzlichen ‚quality time‘ für den einzelnen Patienten führen würde. Angesichts der prekären Situation, derartige Spekulationen grundsätzlich nicht a priori auf lösen zu können, erscheint eine

In: Zeitschrift für medizinische Ethik
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concerns that are associated with the inuence on belief described in T3; and (iii) bodily desires are plausibly viewed as asserting things to be real in the relevant senses discussed just below. Still, it remains true that the most pernicious episodes of belief-inuence occur when intense desire and

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis