In an experience of emotion there are thoughts, feelings, or affection, response for example sadness, anger, joy and determination, a physiological response which are changes in internal bodily functioning, a cognitive response which is an interpretation of the situation, and possibly also a behavioral response; an outward expression. (Mesquita, 1992)
In philosophy, reason which comes from Latin ratio, by way of French raison is the faculty by means of which or the process through which human beings perform thought, especially abstract thought. Many thinkers have pondered reason, and the various views on the nature of reason may not be compatible with one another.(Mesquita, 1992)
Reason is sometimes narrowly defined as the faculty or process of drawing logical inferences. From Aristotle onwards, such reasoning has been classified as either deductive reasoning, meaning "from the general to the particular", or inductive reasoning, meaning "from the particular to the general". In the 19th century, Charles Peirce, an American philosopher, added a third classification, abductive reasoning, by which he meant "from the best available information to the best explanation", which has become an important component of the scientific method. In modern usage, "inductive... [continues]
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