Feeling as a Way of Knowing A Practical Guide for Working with Emotional Experience by Sibylle Artz

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StatementSibylle Artz.
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Pagination108p. ;
Number of Pages108
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Open LibraryOL22056194M
ISBN 101895579341

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The difference between writing emotion and writing feeling is more one of degree than kind. Feeling is emotion that has been habituated and refined; it is understood and can be used deliberately.

I know how I feel about this person and treat her accordingly. Emotion is more raw, unconsidered. It comes to us unbidden, regardless of how familiar. Introduction. You can perceive things by touching, tasting, smelling, listening, and seeing. The sensory system that allows us to “feel” is called somatosensation (so-MAT-o-sen-sa-shun).Somatosensation is a broadly defined perceptual system that involves, among others, the experience of being touched or stroked on the skin, but also sensing temperature and feeling.

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A lack of knowledge or information about an event can shape the way an individual sees things and the way they respond. Timothy D.

Wilson, a psychology professor, tested this theory of the feeling of uncertainty along with his colleague Yoav Bar-Anan, a social psychologist.

Wilson and Bar-Ann found that the more uncertain or unclear an. Knowing definition is - having or reflecting knowledge, information, or intelligence. How to use knowing in a sentence.

In Experiment 1, subjects were asked to give feeling-of-knowing judgments about a number of problems that they would later have the opportunity to solve.

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There's a big difference between knowing something and feeling it. To know something is to know the definitions of the thing. To feel something is to truly understand the underlying concept, to "feel it in your bones." Most likely, you don't just know how to walk, but you can feel it too.

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It is not the book that feels, but rather the feeling that the book gives the reader. You can understand it by substituting the word seems: The book seems expressive.

In this usage, the writer is saying that the book's author wants to share a personal experience without making a value judgement about it. * While the source of knowing may not directly observable, the result of knowing can be verified in same way as the other forms.

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The essays here consider how humans come to know themselves and their worlds. Should anthropologists should seek complexity or simplicity in their analyses of other societies. By going beyond the notion that a way of knowing is a perspective.

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It’s those “I feel it in my gut” and “something doesn’t feel quite right Author: Ye Chen. An onlooker at a Trump rally in Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 3,part of the populist wave that two new books examine to explain Americans’ current unhappiness. This way of knowing knowing is relative to the state of mind you’re in.

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It was a momentum of transformation: the entire visual world, she realized was dependent on the emotional world.”. Because you can think your way into feeling. That tingling sensation. It might feel like something real, but it’s likely only the product of your own fixation.

One of the first people to study the feeling of being watched was Dr. Edward Titchener, a psychologist working Author: Susie Neilson. However, my level of planning for a book project depends on the nature of the project.

Nonfiction, more. Fiction, less. Often I can fly with just knowing where I’m gonna end up and filling in the blanks on the way. Might mention, there’s such a thing as overplanning. I fell victim to that many times. The more accurate a person is when identifying their feeling (i.e., the more skilled they are at recognizing, understanding, and labeling emotions), the more likely they are to select a helpful.

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