Bodiless Affect

Mind and body have been reunited by the "affective turn" in philosophy and (neuro-) psychology. Yet, for centuries they have been painstakingly kept apart, for a specific reason. Methodologically, to find out about the world, apply justice or follow news, independent confirmation has always been indispensable. As it turns out, it also plays an important role in our personal everyday lives, to stay away from depersonalization- or derealization disorders and mainly to become and stay happy. Responding to John Cromby's papers "Social Constructionism as Ontology: exposition and example” (2002), "Scullery’s Question: multiplicity, felt experience and continuity" (2011) and "The Greatest Gift? Happiness, Governance and Psychology" (2011) (

(My publication)Posted:Aug 31 2012, 05:00 PM by Ron C. de Weijze
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