Neuroscience has much to learn from Hume’s philosophy of emotions
Are we in the midst of a second Humean revolution? Emotions have more often than not been discarded by science as too 'too subjective, too imprecisely defined'. But, has the time come for it to embrace them as resourceful methods of learning? Drawing on the Scottish philosopher David Hume's philosophy of emotions, author Richard C. Sha delves deeper into the subject for Psyche magazine.