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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeal_to_emotion

Appeal to emotion or argumentum ad passiones is a logical fallacy characterized by the ... Though these emotions may be provoked by an appeal to emotion fallacy, ... via our emotions and that we respond to emotional cues more than to rational ... persuasion and that appeals to emotion will always beat appeals to reason:.

www.answers.com/Q/Which_of_these_is_a_theory_that_says_emotion_and_imagination_are_more_important_than_reason

In which school of thought and period of literature were emotion and imagination considered more important than reason? romanticism. 6 people found this ...

people.tamu.edu/~sdaniel/quests9.html

Because these questions draw on different textbooks and topics covered in different ... art distracts us from the truth and appeals to socially destructive emotions. 4. .... (d) making art more important than reason, spirit, or passion, and by making ... objects--for example, in pictures of a particular woman--Aristotle says that art ...

io9.com/10-theories-that-explain-why-we-dream-897195110

Jul 24, 2013 ... They can reveal wishes or emotions you didn't realize you had. ... Dreams help us eliminate the information overload of daily life and retain only the most important data. 5. ... Psychologist Mark Blechner says the reason we dream is: ... Our minds can then select among these mutations and variations to ...

ndpr.nd.edu/news/deeper-than-reason-emotion-and-its-role-in-literature-music-and-art

Jun 3, 2007 ... Deeper Than Reason: Emotion and Its Role in Literature, Music, and Art ... The first of these is the most distinctive and the most important. ... and uses her own theory of emotion (and emotional expression) to critique them. .... Robinson says in her epilogue that one of her ambitions in the book has been to ...

en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cognitive_Psychology_and_Cognitive_Neuroscience/Motivation_and_Emotion

These are all questions that cognitive psychology deals with in emotion research. ... of being human and can be the reason for many psychological diseases which indicates .... If this theory would be true then one might expect to find different brain ... If we think that we got the most important information from a situation or an ...

plato.stanford.edu/entries/emotions-17th18th/LD8Hume.html

“Reason Is and Ought Only to Be the Slave of the Passions”; 8. ... are also important for his understanding of the emotions: these include Book III of the ... 270) – rather than the cultivation of any new beliefs or reasoning techniques. ... More important for Hume's purposes is the distinction between direct and indirect passions.

plato.stanford.edu/entries/emotion

Feb 3, 2003 ... Hume's notorious dictum that reason is and ought to be the slave of the passions also ... The simplest theory of emotions, and perhaps the theory most ..... forms capable of expanding the range of one's imagination of ways to live. .... In these ways, then, emotions would be all important to rationality even if ...

www.iep.utm.edu/art-emot

Answering these and related questions is of prime importance if we wish to vindicate .... "For we do not really weep for the pain that a real person might suffer ”, says Colin ... The cognitive theory of emotion is widely rejected for well-known reasons. .... is the object of the relevant emotions is even more pressing than for fiction, ...

www.cep.ucsb.edu/emotion.html

An evolutionary psychological theory of the emotions ... But the existence of all these microprograms itself creates an adaptive problem: .... The accumulated effects of this positive feedback is one reason why species tend to have ... natural selection is the most important component to consider, because it is the only force in ...