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The classification of feelings from the anthropological
Introduction to part II
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abstract action analysis anthropological antinomy Aristotle background become behavior bourgeois world child citoyen cognitive completely concrete consciousness contact feelings course desire differentiation drive feelings elicited emotional character emotional concepts emotional dispositions emotional habits emotional personality enthusiasm esthetic evaluation exist expression of feeling expressions of affects fact fear feeling dispositions feeling occurrences formation furthermore goal hence homoeostasis housekeeping of feelings human hunger idiosyncratic individual feelings instance intense involvement means moral motive nature negative never no-feelings norms object objectivations organism orientational feelings pain particularist feelings particularist person passion peak experience play pleasant pleasure point of view possible precisely rage reductionism refer regard regulation relation relationship repress role selection self-abandon sense sensus communis sexual affect shame significance situation social society someone species character specific Steven Rose stimulus stratum task tension thinking unpleasant value orientational categories Werther Wittgenstein world of feeling yes-feeling