Definition: The Two Types of Emotionalism

Emotionalism as an action, is the mental translation or interpretation of information by means and/or in terms of emotions as opposed to conscious reason or thought.

To break that down a little, there are two types of emotionalist thinking: interpreting, (1) in terms of, and (2) by means of–emotions.

Interpreting in terms of emotions consists of a rationalization: logic or reason that is based on emotions or for emotional reasons, where the logic is the subject, and emotion the real motivator….Read More…


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