„We are creatures, not only of the mind, but of feelings and emotions as well. Indeed, feelings and emotions are more fundamental to our being than pure logic and reasoning.“

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Truth and Tension in Science and Religion

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—  Glacier Kwong Hong Kong human rights activist 1996

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„The emotions I feel are no more meant to be shown in their unadulterated state than the inner organs by which we live.“

—  Hannah Arendt, buch The Life of the Mind

Quelle: The Life of the Mind (1971/1978), pp. 31-32.

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