Feeling: The Faculty of Pleasure and Pain

Feeling: The Faculty of Pleasure and Pain

    1. "Facts don't care about your feelings." 24

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    1. Can an octopus be an Epicurean? 8

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    1. Discussion of Article: "On Pleasure, Pain and Happiness" 53

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    1. Feeling - Direct Tribute to "Feeling" in Music

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    1. Can We Experience Pleasure in One Part of Our Experience and Pain In Another Part of our Experience At the Same Time? 22

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    1. Reference to How Pleasure and Pain Can Coexist In Different Parts of the Body at The Same Time:

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    1. Thoughts on continuous pleasure, hedonic regimen 4

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    1. All Pleasure Is Desirable, Because It Is Pleasing To Us, But Is All Pleasure *Equally* Desirable? 25

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    1. Pleasure and Pain as the Only Two Categories of Feeling, and the Issue of their "Blending"

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    1. The General Question - Dealing with Vulcans and Ayn Rand - "Emotions are not tools of Cognition"

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    1. Passions / Emotions / Feelings - The Second Leg of the Canon of Truth

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    1. Philebus: The Problem With Trying To Separate Pleasure From Wisdom

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    1. Some Problems with Utilitarian Hedonism

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