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Suffering and The_ScreamPhenomenal Consciousnes

Michael Brady, “The feeling of suffering and the virtues of strength and wisdom”
David Pereplyotchik, “Pain and consciousness: perspectives from higher-order and global workspace theories”
Brian Cutter, “Value and experience: the incompatibility of robust ethical realism and reductive theories of consciousness”
David Bain, “Why take painkillers?”
Hilla Jacobson, “Not only a messenger: towards an attitudinal-representational theory of pain”
Luca Barlassina, “More of myself! Less of myself! Same-order imperativism about affective phenomenal character”
Olivier Massin, “Having, feeling, and suffering pain”
Jennifer Corns, “Pain is not a natural kind”
Murat Aydede, “What does pain tell us about phenomenal consciousness?”
Tom McClelland, “Suffering and cognitive phenomenology”
Michael Wheeler, “Affective neurophenomenology: the promise and the problems”

 

Screen Shot 2016-02-03 at 2.41.14 PMThe Feeling of Suffering

Brock Bastian, “From pain to pleasure and beyond”
Michael Brady, “The feeling of suffering and the virtues of strength and wisdom”
Julia Hush, “The experience of pain and suffering: the brain and beyond”
Wendy Rogers, “Screening, suffering and overdiagnosis or ‘A stitch in time… causes suffering’”
Cindy Harmon-Jones, “Suffering and meaning: pain, dissonance, and meaning-making”‘
Colin Klein, “Suffering and the varieties of bodily care”
David Bain, “Why take painkillers?”
Jennifer Corns, “Hedonic independence and the negativity bias”
Jolanda Jetten, “‘The more the merrier’: multiple group membership as a resource to alleviate suffering”
Laura Ferris, “Feeling hurt: revisiting the relationship between social and physical pain”
Luke Russell, “Forgiving those who have suffered enough”
Lorimer Moseley, “Pain, chronic pain, damage and The Amazing Protectometer”

 

 

RobertFuddBewusstsein17JhThe Role of Phenomenal Consciousness

Pete Mandik, “Robot Pain and the First-Person Perspective”

Olivier Massin, “Painfulness and Pain’s Badness”
Michael Wheeler, “Lived Experience and Affective Science, or if Neurophenomenology is the Answer, what was the Question?”

 

 

 

Suffering’s Role and Valuedepression

Michael Brady, “Emotional and Physical Suffering: A Virtue-Ethical Perspective”
Tasia Scrutton, “Themes in depression recovery narrative”
Kevin Reuter, “The content and structure of affective concepts”
Jenniffer Corns, “Hedonic adverbialism”
David Bain, “Action, desire, and the simplicity of pain behaviour”
Frederique de Vignemont, “Drawing the boundaries of one’s body: the role of pain”
Richard Gray, “The role of pain”
Fabrice Teroni, “All the right reasons to suffer”
Colin Leach, “The value of other’s suffering: Schadenfreude & its sisters”
Timothy Schroeder, “Perceiving things as worse”

 

1631852-7Emotional and Physical Suffering: Roles and Values

Michael Brady, “Emotional and Physical Suffering: A Virtue-Ethical Perspective”
Kevin Reuter, “Expressing the Phenomenal and Intentional Aspects of Affective States”
Ulrike Bingel & Albert Newen, “Pain and Pain Perception: The Concept, Neural Correlates and
Processes of Modulation”
Tobias Schmidt-Wilcke, “Chronic Pain and Maladaptive Neuroplasticity”
Timothy Schroeder, “Perceiving Things as Worse”
Hagit Benbaji, “Mental Painkillers”
Jose Araya, “Negative Emotional Valence as the Affective Component of Pain: In
Defense of the Hedonic Theory of Valence”
Katherine Meadowcroft, “Are Emotional and Bodily Suffering Epistemically Similar?”
Markus Werning, “Empathy and the Language of Emotion”
Jennifer Corns, “The Social Pain Posit”

 

oysterSuffering’s Valuable Functions

David Bain, “Pain as urges”
Giandomenico Iannetti, “Avoiding pain: cortical responses to nociceptive stimuli and defensive movements
Michael Serpell, “Pain is inevitable… suffering is optional”
Colin Leach, “Shame in failures redress”
Fabrice Teroni, “All the right reasons to suffer”
Morten Kringlebach, “The search for meaning: pleasure, meaningful suffering, and eudaimonia”

 

suffering and reasonSuffering and Reason

Matthew Fulkerson, “The agony of reason: the unsteady bond between suffering and rationality”
Giorgio Coricelli, “The rationality of ‘painful emotions'”
Stephane Lemaire, “How does pain relate to value?”
Manolo Martinez, “Pains and reasons”
Donna Lloyd, “Exploring the link between pain, suffering, communication, and the brain”
Adina Rusu, “Neurocognitive pain research: current perspectives and future developments”
Jennifer Corns, “Is suffering reason-responsive”
Michael Brady, “Reasons to suffer”
Fabrizio Benedetti, “Placebo/nocebo responses in the brain and the top-down modulation of pain and suffering”
Kevin Reuter, “Challenging the paradox of pain”
Marilyn McCord Adams, “Paradoxes of pain for rational agency”

 

sufferingandcognitionSuffering and Cognition

Stéphane Lemaire, “How Pain Relates to Value?”
Michael Brady, “Reasons to suffer”
Marcel Brass, “Empathy for pain and sense of agency”
Jennifer Corns, “The placebo effect and our “bottom-up bias”

 

suffering and normativitySuffering and Normativity

Brock Bastian, “The benefits of pain”
Tom Johnstone, “Regulating negative emotions: why feeling too little of a bad thing can be a bad thing”
Manolo Martinez, “Affects as reasons”
Jonathan Cohen and Matthew Fulkerson, “The agony of pain: the unsteady bond between suffering and human rationality”