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Re: Theories of emotion

Steve, I trust that the anger that comes across in your words is feigned, in the same manner as Seneca may say is a way of reinforcing the effectiveness of
Nigel Glassborow
12:08 AM
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37748

Re: Judgments determine happiness, and its opposite

William O. Stephens (pg.35): What are the proper kinds of judgements [dogmata] which the pure soul has (Discourses 4.11.6-8)? First, it is to remember what is
ptypes
1:38 PM
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37747

Re: Theories of emotion

Nigelwrites:_____________ Fromwhat you have written I do believe you are beginning to get it.  Now ifyou were not so habituated to seeing everything that I
Steve Marquis
1:08 PM
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37746

Re: Judgements and Triggers

Under another thread Steve says, “I grab a bowl from the microwave. It’s very hot (the food heated it up) and I drop it. This is a non-cognitive nervous
Nigel Glassborow
6:35 AM
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37745

Re: Theories of emotion

Wow Steve, From what you have written I do believe you are beginning to get it. Now if you were not so habituated to seeing everything that I have to say as
Nigel Glassborow
6:32 AM
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37744

Re: Theories of emotion

Nigelwrites in response to me:___________ Yousay, “And if we have control of thecognitive part discussion of the non-cognitive part becomes trivial for we
Steve Marquis
Feb 7
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37743

Judgements and Triggers

The title of this post is an over simplification of the issue, as is the following – I apologise. I also apologise for its length – all I can say is that
Nigel Glassborow
Feb 7
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37742

Judgments determine happiness, and its opposite

Judgments (_dogmata_) determine happiness and its opposite. That entry (minus the Greek) is included in the theme index of Robin Hard's translation of
ptypes
Feb 6
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37741

Re: Theories of emotion

Steve, I hope that I will satisfactorily address many of the issues you raise in my proposed post. I will however say that I will not be addressing value
Nigel Glassborow
Feb 6
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37740

Re: Theories of emotion

Nigelwrites:______________ Firstoff, to me Stoicism is so much more than just the question of cognition. ______________ Stoicismis many things to many
Steve Marquis
Feb 5
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37739

Re: Theories of emotion

Nigel quoted Murray as saying, "The Semite was apt in his religion to be fierier and more uncompromizing than the Greek." Based on what he wrote, Murray thinks
malcolmschosha
Feb 5
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37738

Re: Theories of emotion

Malcolm, I think you credit Murray with Diogenes’ quote in error. And what has Hitler got to do with all of this? No don’t bother to answer that. Over and
Nigel Glassborow
Feb 5
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37737

Re: Theories of emotion

To repeat, Nigel wrote: "So with Zeno having been described as being Phoenician, in part due to his interest in Phoenician ethics, it may be that that he had a
malcolmschosha
Feb 5
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37736

Re: Theories of emotion

Malcolm, You say *****”That is complete nonsense. According to the Wikipedia article, (which in this case seems passably good): "... while "Phoenician" and
Nigel Glassborow
Feb 4
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37735

Re: Theories of emotion

At last Steve, some material to be able to work with. You say, “ My logic to support the claim that a _non-cognitive_ approach to Stoicism conflicts with
Nigel Glassborow
Feb 4
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