I am not very into neurology but donít think I am playing around here From psychological point of view: Can any one tell me are those statements actually standing?
I am doing a project on emotion in high school and I found something weird. It might be true. But only professionals here can answer me.
Emotion is to animal as command is to robot.
The reasoning is here
From behavioral point of view:
Animal individuals have a tendency to move to satiation that makes them happier, these tendencies often do not bring the particular individuals to more physically advantageous situation.
As emotion is an indicator of an individualís happiness.
An animal individual always move towards more emotionally advantageous situation.
This basically stated emotion is control mechanism in higher species.
From evolution point of view:
Emotional behavior is inhered.
In neutral salutations, individuals that move to more emotionally advantageous situations are more advantageous for the entire species than individuals that move to physically more advantageous situation
Nature selection result in emotions
Emotion is the best control system.
Logic systems decompose tasks into simpler once (how to do)
But such action often results in a more emotionally advantageous situation. (What to do)
Emotion guild reasoning.
From psychological point of view:
Can any one tell me are those statements actually standing?
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