The concept of pleasure, by David L. Perry.

The Hague, Mouton, 1967.

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Subjects Filosofische aspecten.
Psychologische aspecten.
Series Studies in philosophy (Hague, Netherlands) ; 14.
Description 224 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 218-221).
Contents I. Introduction -- II. Method : The question: "What is pleasure?" ; Rejected interpretations of the question ; Defense of a method to be employed -- III. Uses of "pleasure" and related expressions : Uses of 'pleasure' : One's choice ; Sources of pleasure ; Self-indulgence ; A 'state of consciousness'. Cognates of pleasure : 'Please' ; 'Pleasant' ; 'Pleasing' ; 'Pleasurable'. Synonyms of 'Pleasure' : 'Gratification' ; 'Satisfaction' ; 'Enjoyment' ; 'Delight' ; 'Joy' ; 'Happiness' ; 'Rapture'. Antonyms of 'pleasure' : 'Displeasure' ; 'Pain' -- IV. Sensation, feeling, and emotion : Sensation ; Feeling ; Emotion -- V. Pleasure and cognition : Pleasure, belief, and falsity ; Justification of pleasure ; Knowledge of one's own pleasure -- VI. Pleasure as a reason : Deliberative, justificatory, and explanatory reasons ; Pleasure as a deliberative reason : Enjoyment ; Being pleased. Pleasure as a justificatory reason : Enjoyment ; Being pleased. Pleasure as an explanatory reason : Enjoyment ; Being pleased -- VII. Definitions of pleasure : Survey and criticism of previous accounts : Sensation ; Idea or perception ; Hedonic tone ; Activity ; Attention ; Appreciation. Pro-attitude : Proposed definitions of pleasure : Enjoyment ; Being pleased. Concluding remarks.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)337421
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