A cladogram and taxonomy for emotions
Keywords:Interaction, desire, emotion, attitude, parsimony, wildness, feelings
A selection of character traits for emotions, desires and attitudes were used to construct a cladogram showing their potential relationships. A cladogram is possible if a theorised interaction desire is used as the original motivation behind these more complex neocortical developments. A distinction is made between desires, natural emotions, caged emotions and attitudes as responses to increasingly intransigent blocks that reduce the level of freedom needed to be wild, and obstruct the naive desire for positive interaction.
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