Finished table of composite emotions

Strictly based on my opinions.

composite_emotions

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12 Responses to Finished table of composite emotions

  1. Santoculto says:

    Recently I also did a “psychological distance” grossly based on “genetic distance” for example between big five traits and macro races or behavioral disorders.

    What exactly is worship?? How it works?

    Seems otherwise to anger. Maybe it is similar to wise happiness, the pure or essential happiness or joy of life without any distractive factor as causal element. Where the neurotypical become existentially depressive some individuals become purely happy.

  2. Koanic says:

    Great

  3. Santoculto says:

    Off topic

    http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20170301-life-may-actually-be-getting-better-at-evolving

    Why not just say

    ” all living beings have a ‘plan b'” to different environments?? Seems excessively complex to explain that we don’t inherit just a behavior but a minimally manageable behavioral frequencies, some more manageable than others. We inherit the “environmental memory”‘of our ancestors, force of expression, living and current people with ancestors who lived and were selected to the cautiousness in cold environments have a “environmental memory” of this selective event and invariably will express it now, the same cautiousness their ancestors expressed thousand years before in cold environments.

    Because instinct is too intense among non human living organisms so they tend to “inherit cultures/habits” more intensely than humans.

    The interesting thing there in my precipitated view is

    If this evolvability in the way the author of this theory say, is real, so how separate natural selection-confounding to this concept? And different environments tend to cause rapid changes in organisms namely in little organisms? It seems depend the level of organic resistance + number of environments organisms can easily adapt.

    The author don’t explain how natural selection interact with your evolvability concept.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >Why not just say

      >” all living beings have a ‘plan b’” to different environments?? Seems excessively complex to explain that we don’t inherit just a behavior but a minimally manageable behavioral frequencies, some more manageable than others. We inherit the “environmental memory”‘of our ancestors, force of expression, living and current people with ancestors who lived and were selected to the cautiousness in cold environments have a “environmental memory” of this selective event and invariably will express it now, the same cautiousness their ancestors expressed thousand years before in cold environments.

      Excellent point.

      >Because instinct is too intense among non human living organisms so they tend to “inherit cultures/habits” more intensely than humans.

      Interesting theory.

      >If this evolvability in the way the author of this theory say, is real, so how separate natural selection-confounding to this concept? And different environments tend to cause rapid changes in organisms namely in little organisms? It seems depend the level of organic resistance + number of environments organisms can easily adapt.

      >The author don’t explain how natural selection interact with your evolvability concept.

      Biologists are generally idiots.

  4. Santoculto says:

    Why worship blocks all other emotions?

    • foxconnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn mn says:

      You are the one who takes pains to claim IQ doesn’t mean much (becuase your country’s and personal IQ leave you unhappy), aren’t you?

      • Aeoli Pera says:

        This is a funny sort of distinction. I figure IQ is about 70% of a person’s personality and so forth, but it doesn’t appear so because we tend to be around people with equal IQs. This is called restriction of range.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      It doesn’t block them, I just didn’t want to repeat everything in the table twice.

  5. 890809(=(=(=()=(=) says:

    but what about Shame&Guilt…

    They’re powerful sources of outrage, and a basic emotion.

    Where is envy? Will to power?

    You have too a one-sided, negative view of pity: it’s a noble feeling that takes courage (this is why it’s so seldom presend in the human psyche), in its genuine status.

    Like much the word choice for “ennui”.

    Superiority complexes… in my opinion most of them are a defence mechanism deployed to settle other issues (even a real inferiority complex).

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