The implicit mind : cognitive architecture, the self, and ethics /
Heroes are often admired for their ability to act without having "one thought too many," as Bernard Williams put it. Likewise, the unhesitating decisions of masterful athletes and artists are part of their fascination. Examples like these make clear that spontaneity can represent an ideal....
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Oxford University Press,
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- 1. Introduction; Part ONE Mind; 2. Perception, Emotion, Behavior, and Change: Components of Spontaneous Inclinations; 3. Implicit Attitudes and the Architecture of the Mind; Part TWO Self; 4. Caring, Implicit Attitudes, and the Self; 5. Reflection, Responsibility, and Fractured Selves; Part THREE Ethics; 6. Deliberation and Spontaneity; 7. The Habit Stance; 8. Conclusion; Appendix: Measures, Methods, and Psychological Science; References; Index.