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  • Emotions and Feelings

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    our emotions a rating. If it was a good emotion, we would give it a +1 through a +10. If it was not a good feeling, then we would rate it from -1 to -10. Our lowest emotions would be at -10 and our highest at +10. I had different emotions during the hour, and I realized that I could have a lot of different emotions in just one day. The highest emotion that I plotted on my graph was feeling relieved. The event that triggered this emotion was that I had gotten three tests over with and I was glad

  • Hanslick With Feeling

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    Hanslick With Feeling Abstract Among most contemporary philosophies of art, Eduard Hanslick's Vom Musikalisch-Schönen is regarded as an irredeemably formalistic tract denying any aesthetic relevance of feeling in the aesthetic appreciation and discussion of music. Challenging this position, I show that Hanslick's outlook is consistent with an expressiveness in music that can be appreciated and discussed aesthetically in relevant metaphorical terms which reveal how the music « looks and what

  • Feelings of Incompetency

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    Feelings of Incompetency In my experiences at the Writing Resource Center, I have found that the biggest area of concern that I have run into is the feeling that I am an ineffective tutor as far as tutoring the students that come in search of writing assistance. I feel that I am a very inadequate means of relief for these people, yet they still come to me for help. In this paper, I will explore these thoughts and try to find out what it is that makes me feel so ineffective. In recent discussions

  • Animals Have Feelings

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    proven that animals do have certain feelings. Scientists believe that certain brain cells in humans called spindle cells are responsible for an individual's social behavior and the interplay between thoughts and feelings. Moreover, in several studies it has been found that many animals posses this certain cell, however animals do not clearly need this cell to present their feelings. Which means that whether this cell is present or not animals do express feelings. Dogs do not have spindle cells, but

  • A man without feeling

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    A Man Without Feeling Is Hamlet capable of feeling? In Shakespeare’s Hamlet the author creates a world of appearance vs. reality. Part of this world is Hamlet who becomes perplexed by what he must do: which is to avenge his fathers’ death. However Hamlet is incapable of experiencing the feelings he should. Thus has to put on an act for everyone around him to appear normal. Another endeavor Hamlet has to deal with is his relationship with Ophelia. He chooses to disregard the relationship by pretending

  • The Mind: Human Feelings

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    forty muscles in our face that helps us express whatever we are feeling. Human beings have a varied set of emotions, be it pleasant or difficult feelings. Often times, it is tough to determine what we exactly feel, and why we are feeling such emotions. It is even more worrisome to find out just how we’re going to deal with these feelings. What are we feeling? Humans are complex creatures, you can never guess what someone else is feeling; unless of course it’s written on their face. Although some are

  • Cultural Expression of Feelings

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    The face is the reserve of emotion. A smile implies happiness, a frown signifies anger or sadness, and a quick rolling of the eyes indicates someone is annoyed. What one is thinking or feeling can be clearly displayed in one’s facial expressions. Paul Ekman decided to study people’s facial expressions, down to the micro expressions that flash across the face and those are what give one away. He developed the facial action coding system (FACS) after many years of researching how people’s facial expressions

  • The Importance Of Medicating Women's Feelings

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    Emotion and feelings aren’t just trivial sensations that our brain makes us experience. The province of emotion and feelings plays an important role in our decision-making, morality, behavior, and constructing the self. We have different ways in which we express ourselves; through art is one such example. Creative people tend to share their feelings through various art forms like writing, painting or poetry. I, for instance use music as a form of catharsis. Expressing our feelings through words and

  • Only A Surfer Knows The Feeling

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    Only a Surfer Knows the Feeling There is a guy from Hawaii that I know. Every day, he wakes up, straps his surfboards to the racks on top of his car, drives his car from a town called Ewa, across the island of Oahu, to a little beach known as Ala Moana Beach Park. He does all of this even before the sun comes up. He spends a few minutes just looking at the ocean, watching and surveying the waves and how they break. As soon as the sun makes its first peek over the horizon, he grabs a board, waxes

  • The Feeling of Loosing a Family Pet

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    what literary approach would fit. The approach I found the most fitting was the reader response approach. A Dog's Death could be considered a double entendre. On one hand, John Updike is replaying an emotional tone of sadness, frustration, and the feeling of losing a family pet. To the reader, you are able to feel his pain. But, it is even more emotional if you can relate to the poem. I lost both of my grandparents in a three month span to cancer. I instantly felt the tug of hurt, pain, and emptiness