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" Fear, when strong, expresses itself in cries, in efforts to escape, in palpitations, in tremblings; and these are just the manifestations that go along with an actual suffering of the evil feared. The destructive passion is shown in a general tension... "
On the Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals - Page 9
by Charles Darwin - 1872 - 374 pages
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The Principles of Psychology: The data of psychology, the inductions of ...

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1870
...feared. The destructive passion is shown in a general tension of the mnscnlar system, in gnashing of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes...of the actions that accompany the killing of prey. To such objective evidences, every one can add subjective evidences. Every one can testify that the...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1870 - 1334 pages
...passion is shown in a general tension of the muscular system, in gnashing of teeth and protrusion of tho claws, in dilated eyes and nostrils, in growls ; and...these are weaker forms of the actions that accompany tho killing of prey. To such objective evidences, every one can add subjective evidences. Every one...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1871
...feared. The destructive passion is shewn in a general ' tension of the museular system, in gnashing of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes and nostrils, in growls ; and these arc weaker forms of the actions that accompany the killing of prey. To such objective evidences, every...
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The Principles of Psychology: Special analysis, general analysis, corollaries

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1872
...feared. The destructive passion is shown in a general tension of the muscular system, in gnashing of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes...actions that accompany the killing of prey." Here it remains to specify the connexions thus indicated, more fullv ; and to point out the ways in which...
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The Principles of psychology, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...feared. The destructive passion is shown in a general tension of the muscular system, in gnashing of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes...actions that accompany the killing of prey." Here it remains to specify the connexions thus indicated, more ful]y ; and to point out the ways in which...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...feared. The destructive passion is shown in a general tension of the muscular system, in gnashing' of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes...actions that accompany the killing of prey." Here it remains to specify the connexions thus indicated, more fully ; and to point out the ways in which...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...feared. The destructive passion is shown in a general tensio^n of the muscnlar system, in gnashing of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes...of the actions that accompany the killing of prey. To such objective evidences, every one can add subjective evidences. Every one can testify that the...
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The Principles of psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...feared. The destructive passion is shown in a general tensidn of the muscnlar system, in gnashing of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes...of the actions that accompany the killing of prey. To such objective evidences, every one can add subjective evidences. Every one can testify that the...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...gnashing of teeth and protrusion of the claws, in dilated eyes and nostrils, in growls ; and these arc weaker forms of the actions that accompany the killing of prey." Here it remains to specify the connexions thus indicated, more fully ; and to point out the ways in which...
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