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    • Governing 'emotional' life: passions, moral sentiments and emotions 

      Andrade, Daniel Pereira
      The seventeenth- and eighteenth-century statement that passions and not inactive reason are the motives that decisively influence the will and constitute the true drivers of human action promoted a new object of problematization ...
    • O Governo dos sentimentos morais no século XVIII 

      Andrade, Daniel Pereira
      This article presents a history of the notion of moral sentiments in British governmentality in the eighteenth century and its strategy of 'emotional' power, which is distinct from other general conceptions of 'emotional' ...