New Book: Emotions in Korean Philosophy and Religion

Palgrave Macmillan has recently published a new book titled Emotions in Korean Philosophy and Religion edited by Edward Y. J. Chung and Jea Sophia Oh. The book is open to be freely download all together or in chapters as well! The book present thirteen articles on the fascinating topic of emotion in Korean Philosophy and religion. It not only gives background to emotions from both West and East disciplines but also offers insights into the diversity of Korean emotions. It discusses key Korean Confucian thinkers, debates and ideas to show the dynamics of these emotions.

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  1. Thank you: looks intriguing and I am delighted it is open access! I will be adding this title to my transdisciplinary and cross-cultural compilation on the emotions: https://www.academia.edu/4844013/The_Emotions_a_transdisciplinary_bibliography

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