Emotions

Multicore (+34/-116) Merge
Grognor (+10)
Grognor
Grognor (+102/-23)
Vladimir_Nesov (+5) /* See also */
Zack_M_Davis (-42) byline removal
PeerInfinity (+63/-63)
PeerInfinity
Vladimir_Nesov (+23) /* See also */
Vladimir_Nesov (-161) Undo revision 3200 by [[Special:Contributions/PotatoDumplings|PotatoDumplings]] The edit wasn't clear, and I don't think it improved the article; I saw no easy way to salvage it

Contrary to the stereotype, rationality doesn't mean denying emotion.emotion. When emotion is appropriate to the reality of the situation, it should be embraced; only when emotion isn't appropriate should it be suppressed.

Blog posts

Contrary to the popular idea,stereotype, rationality doesn't mean denying emotion. When emotion is appropriate to the reality of the situation, it should be embraced; only when emotion isn't appropriate should it be suppressed.

External links

Your emotions are the things that allow you to decide if outcomes are good or bad. Contrary to the popular idea, rationality doesn't mean denying emotion. When emotion is appropriate to the reality of the situation, it should be embraced; only when emotion isn't appropriate should it be suppressed. The thing to note is that your emotions should judge outcomes, not processes.

Load More (10/24)