Edmund Blackadder. "This will be the greatest moment in art since Mona Lisa walked into the studio and said, I'm feeling a little odd today .". Feelings, emotion and intuition. By the end of these 2 lessons you will have: a definition of emotion developed a critical view of the value of it.
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"This will be the greatest moment in art since Mona Lisa walked into the studio and said, I'm feeling a little odd today."
T’oegye(Korean philosopher 1501-70)
Hsun Tzu(Chinese philosopher 3rd century BC)
Any thoughts? Responses? Overlaps? Additions?
(Venn diagram? Grid? Axes? )
or angst? or ennui? or being in flow?
What about other feelings or emotions you’ve had, but that don’t have a name?
Emotions are hot, urgent, irrational forces that sway us like the tides…
Reason is the cool reflective analysis that comes from education and civilisation…
And that reason should control the emotions!
… when its reasonable to do so
So our emotions do not work without elements of reason and knowledge.
How could you test or support this idea?
Are these definitions enough?