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Pearl Necklace said...

So, in the progress of natural history classification to us
are two basic facts that you should keep in mind
classifying emotions. If, as rightly takes Mr Ben, emotions, needs
to be grouped by the natural history method, this method need
to take it perfect and not harsh. Mr. Ben, no doubt
I agree with the position that the correct explanation of emotions in their nature and
relations must correspond to the correct explanation of the nervous system, vol.
E. shall represent the other side of the same ultimate facts Structure
and the administration should be in harmony among themselves. Buildings
located in the famous final should have and departures, between
which there exists a specific relationship Structure that emerged is known
by must have and the administration that occurred in parallel. Here
if the analysis and knowledge of the development of organisms is necessary for a proper explanation
structure, they must be necessary for correct interpretation
shipments. Just as the scientific description of the digestive organs
should embrace not only their visible forms and relations, but
their microscopic features, as well as the ways in which they have arisen,
through differentiation of primary mucosa - exactly
same scientific account of the nervous system should embrace its total distribution,
microscopic structure and mode of development; and similarly scientific
explanation of nervous activity must encompass these three
the relevant element. In the distribution by class of individual
organisms, and in the distribution of parts of the same body true
the natural historical method involves ultimate analysis, supported
the study of development. Basing his classification of the emotions on those
the characteristics which produced by means of these allowances, Mr. Ben declined
views, which he stated at the beginning.
We will say, perhaps: "But how to analyze emotions and how
by defining the method of their development? Different animals and different organs
the same animal can easily be compared among themselves in their
internal and microscopic structure, as well as in their development; but
administration, and especially such as emotions, don't allow that