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A theory of regret / Brian Price.

By: Price, Brian, 1970- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780822372394; 0822372398; 9780822369363; 0822369362.Subject(s): Regret | PSYCHOLOGY -- Applied Psychology | SELF-HELP -- Personal Growth -- General | SELF-HELP -- Personal Growth -- Happiness | SELF-HELP -- Personal Growth -- SuccessDDC classification: 158 Online resources: OAPEN | OAPEN | OAPEN | Click here to access online | Connect to OAPEN e-book | OCLC metadata license agreement
Contents:
What is regret? -- The habit of virtue -- Non-voluntary and involuntary relations -- Stupidity and akrasia -- When to speak? -- Impossible advice -- The postman always rings twice -- Possible advice -- The gift of advice -- Economy, economies -- Sameness and trust -- The problem of withdrawal -- The trouble with agonism -- Keeping up appearances -- Appearance and withdrawal -- Hypocrisy and regret.
Summary: Brian Price theorizes regret as an important political emotion that allows us to understand our convictions as habits of perception rather than as the signs of moral courage, teaches us to give up our expectations of what might appear, and prepares us to realize the steps toward changing institutions.
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What is regret? -- The habit of virtue -- Non-voluntary and involuntary relations -- Stupidity and akrasia -- When to speak? -- Impossible advice -- The postman always rings twice -- Possible advice -- The gift of advice -- Economy, economies -- Sameness and trust -- The problem of withdrawal -- The trouble with agonism -- Keeping up appearances -- Appearance and withdrawal -- Hypocrisy and regret.

Brian Price theorizes regret as an important political emotion that allows us to understand our convictions as habits of perception rather than as the signs of moral courage, teaches us to give up our expectations of what might appear, and prepares us to realize the steps toward changing institutions.

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