"Accounts of Plato’s life are elusive. We cannot use Plato’s life to contextualize his ideas because we have no firm grasp on the life. This suits Plato’s intent in using the dialogue form, in which he never appears as a participant..." – By Julia Annas
"“Emotion” is a vernacular rather than a scientific concept. The experiences that are called emotions in English are a subset of a wider range of affective experiences. Categories of particular emotions..." – By Douglas Cairns
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