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Emotion

Ways of Knowing Presentation - TOK
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Vinoja Vijay

on 30 September 2016

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Mathankki, Sanaya and Vinoja
Ways of Knowing Presentation
Acquaintance
Emotion


The moods and feelings of another person can be inferred through knowledge created by acquaintance.

The knowledge gathered by acquaintance can be created by past experiences
Intuition is a form of knowledge created by acquaintance


Empathy


Experience another individual's emotional state by examining their point of view.
Analyzing tone of voice, body posture and facial expressions.
Two parts of empathy: thinking and feeling
Introspection
Instinct and Practice
The state of understanding an individual's mood and feelings through experience and intuition.
The ability to understand the emotions and feelings of another person by placing yourself in their point of view.
Mirror Neurons
create and control empathy in the brain
Activated by viewing an individual experience an emotion
A natural instinctive mental feeling based upon personality, experiences and physical being.
Conscience
The Areas and Ways of Knowing
Language
Definition: Examination of one's mental thoughts and emotions
Sense
Perception
Imagination
Faith
Religious
Knowledge Systems
Ethics
Natural Sciences
Arts
Memory
Reason
An inner sense of responsibility for the moral decisions and conduct of an individual.
Superego
Ego
Id
Sigmund Freud 's Theory on the Conscience
Sigmund Freud 's Theory on the Conscience
Ego:
operates to satisfy the id and the superego
Superego
: encompasses the values and morals of society
Id:
acts impulsively through instinct
Problems
People are not the best judges of their state of mind
Difficult to communicate personal emotions
The Thinker
By: Auguste Rodin

Charles Darwin's Emotion Experiment
*Psychoanalysis
What emotions are being expressed ?
Belief and Conviction
to have confidence in the 'truth' without definite evidence or proof of this idea.
a firm belief of a 'truth' which is held strongly by an individual.
Instinct
Practice
Eight Main Emotions:
Article
Anger
Shame
Joy
Disgust
Fear
Love
Sadness
Surprise
Life experiences
and
conditioning
create the conscience.
Shame and guilt are the main emotional experiences that influence an individual 's conscience.
Conviction is a change in a person's mindset which has a strong effect on their life.
Strengths
creates identity
analyzes your thoughts and feelings
directs a purpose in life
Limitations
Instinctive and immediate way of knowing
Emotion can be frequently related to memory
Essential for ones well being
Defines and shapes an individual 's identity
Can create biased judgements
Not reliable
Excess of an emotion can lead to problems
Individuals have the choice of whether or not to follow their instincts.

But can our instincts be trusted ?
Why You Shouldn't Trust Your Instinct
By: Scott Berkun
Some Reasons Stated:
Instinct can tell us contradictory things
Some instincts are more efficient than others
Instinct can easily be manipulated
Knowledge acquired by extensive practice in which the activity must be repeated enough times for one to do it automatically
Example: Playing Piano
http://scottberkun.com/2012/trust-your-gut/
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