Emotions arise in individual experience, frequently with noticeable physiological signs, such as a racing heart, flushed or pallid face, tense gut, cold hands, and so forth, and thus may seem...
The role of emotions in moral behavior has been debated by ethicists since ancient Greece. The scientific study of emotions is much more recent, yet the advances in twenty-first century unders...
Risk and Emotion
Technologies, particularly if they are new, often give rise to emotional reactions that are based on perceived risks. Recent examples of such technological risks involve cloning and...
Over the centuries, the emotions have proven to be a notoriously recalcitrant philosophical subject, defying easy classification and stubbornly straddling accepted philosophical distinctions. ...
1830–1919 ∼ Tentative Expression of Emotions
Emotions are gender specific / Reason, not love, should determine marriages / Dolls’ wardrobes include mourn...
"Emotion is always new and the word has always served; therein lies the difficulty of expressing emotion" Victor Hugo.
As Victor Hugo said it is really difficult for people to express emotion and it ...