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    The Nature of Emotions

    I thought that this was really interesting. What do you guys think?
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    Whoa. That is really interesting.

    I wanna read more about that.


    And the diagram is HAWT.
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    Oddly enough I agree with Wonka, that is a hot diagram...I kind of love charts, especially for categorizing non-tangible things.

    Yeah yeah, I like it.
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    It's interesting though, in that I would never have thought to put fear-related emotions between "awe" and "submission". I certainly think some fear could be put there, but I always viewed fear as a reactive emotion, not one that implied submission.
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    Shameless bump.
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    Intresting that the author let the axis of boredom lead to loathing. That explains the bourgeois of my hometown. When they are young they always cpomplain about how bored they are and when they get older they become loathing everyone and anything.

    Cool diagram
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