PSYC18H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Syllogism, Logical Reasoning, Emotional Bias

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11 Aug 2013
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The following believe that emotions harm reasoning: plato: emotional experiences are distracting. How you feel distracts you from true knowledge: francis bacon: emotions can bias the scientist. Make you misjudge irregularity: british enlightenment: emotions lead to inaccurate conclusions. Emotions put us in danger, lead to false conclusions. The following believe that emotions are powerful; they impact authenticity, thoughts are what stint you: aristotle: emotions give us something to think about. Emotions inform you about the self and the natural world: socrates: emotions facilitate moral judgement. Help you decide whether actions in the part are good or bad: german romanticism: emotions should guide development. It is better to go with the response made with emotion. Logical reasoning is ideal, emotions don"t have a place in this system. The heart is not good at critical thinking. They can help you remember information that you store. Emotion and cognition are both needed in design, marketing, management.

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