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" An emotion, one might say, is an undischarged action, a deed yet retained within the organism. Thus anger is unfought combat; fear unfled flight. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that an emotion is a state of preparedness for action, which, however,... "
The Measurement of Emotion - Page 23
by Whately Carington - 1922 - 183 pages
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The Critic Agonistes

Daniel Weiss - Literary Criticism - 1985 - 270 pages
...Thus anger is unfought combat; fear unfled flight. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that an emotion is a state of preparedness for action, which, however, in many ways is almost action itself." u What is perenially impressive about The Red Badge of Courage is its innerness of...
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Emotion: A Comprehensive Phenomenology of Theories and Their Meaning for Therapy

James Hillman - Psychology - 1960 - 318 pages
...Thus anger is unfought combat; fear untied flight. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that an emotion is a state of preparedness for action, which however in many ways is almost action itself.—HW Frink, Morbid Fears and Compulsions, London, 1921, p. 153. The reason why the deed...
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