posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 05:31 PM
I am working on a side project where I am looking at different emotions and figuring out what they are actually signifying, or their purpose - it is
very cool because psychiatrists, in particular behaviorists, usually look at what they can observe without taking into account the workings of the
Basically, to be able to make scientific observations of the mind is territory that really hasn't been looked into much, psychiatrists in general
have even talked about it being un-measurable or not something that could be studied effectively.
My strategy of treating the mind like a quantum field and other things like that allow me to approach it.
I realize a lot of stuff I post on here is really strange, but ATS is a great place to share my thoughts on philosophical issues and get feedback,
plus it stores what I write on the net for future use, if ever needed.
So here we go:
a : completely unrestrained by reason and judgment
b : incapable of being explained or accounted for
3 : carried away by intense anger : furious
Furious (1) : exhibiting or goaded by anger
to make angry
feeling or showing anger
Wow, okay... so even Merriam-Webster
skips over defining emotions. I was trying to use them to
specify what kind of mad I was about to define here.
We all have the power to do whatever we want with our lives.
Mad: This is an emotion that occurs when one realizes that their preconceived, incorrect view of the universe is wrong, as in not effective at helping
them reach their maximum potential.
It causes the person to blind themselves to outside stimulus that could be used to improve their understanding of the universe. It is probably caused
by knowing that although they are wrong, they have to stay wrong to be accepted by society (which is itself an entity), or have to develop their
thought processes further before being able make them presentable and form a case, which would be hard to do without being forced from society in the
process, as far as they know.