Emotions and the Formation of Ideas
In chapter 2, we discussed the processes of emotion in the human mind. We conceptualized emotion as a subjective process that creates and defines societal knowledge. Emotions are locked in a relationship of mutual constitution with our intersubjective world. Emotions simultaneously construct society, the structure of knowledge, which also shapes and impacts the emotions of others.
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