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    Default Are you able to seperate emotions from feelings?

    Well?

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    LOL

    if you mean feelings as Jung described them, yes.

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    Can you elaborate on your definition of feelings and emotions?

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    I dunno the difference in english, but in german, "Gefühle"(feelings) and "Emotionen"(emotions) mean exactly the same, so, no. Though, if you mean the feeling function of Jung, yes, I can distinguish it. But to be honest, I have quite a dislike for both.
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    did you mean emotions, as in the physical/visual expression of feelings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    did you mean emotions, as in the physical/visual expression of feelings?
    Thats a wrong definition of emotions. You attribute external action as to be the same as emotions, which it is not. External action is the byproduct of emotions/feelings. A common cycle most humans know of is this: cognitive thought --> emotional response --> physical response (low/high energy levels) --> external action --> cognitive thought --> ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mephistopheles View Post
    I dunno the difference in english, but in german, "Gefühle"(feelings) and "Emotionen"(emotions) mean exactly the same, so, no. Though, if you mean the feeling function of Jung, yes, I can distinguish it. But to be honest, I have quite a dislike for both.
    Funny that. Dislike is a feeling response, is it not?

    Many negative effects on human functioning are caused by amygdalia damage. Many people say they dislike emotions and are not significantly 'driven' (I use this term loosely) by them, but that is a farce.

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    I AM driven by emotions quite often, but I dislike being that way.^^

    And if you decided that you don't like something because it's illogical, that's imho Ti, so it's not a F-thing, or did I misunderstood that?
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    Gefühle = "i got a feeling that something bad is going to happen". or "i feel that this is a wrong thing to do"?

    Emotionen = "you hurt my feelings"?
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    Is a feeling manufactured from an emotion?

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