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It is necessary to "tame" emotions and then recognize them, transforming boundaries into extremely powerful resources and building an alliance between intelligence and instinct, reason and feeling, calculation and emotion.
Emotional dynamics have always been the focus of the attention of artists, philosophers and men of faith. Scientists, for their part, have cultivated the illusion of purely rational and objective knowledge, not contaminated by passions and feelings, based on the myth that considers cognitive processes to be "superior" to the world of emotions.
To avoid this utilitarian and reductionist vision that biologism has of emotions, Giorgio Nardone proposes in this book to address them as an exploration of the complexity of the real and the psychological interaction between us and the world. In this way, when fear, pain, anger or pleasure adopt dysfunctional wa...read more