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136,009.  Don’t be distracted by emotions like anger, envy, resentment.  These just zap energy and waste time.  Ruth Bader Ginsburg

 

 

344.  The true meaning of religion is thus not simply morality, but morality touched with emotion.  (Religion & Morality & Emotion)  Matthew Arnold, Literature and Dogma, 1873

 

 

1,003.  We may define ‘faith’ as a firm belief in something for which there is no evidence.  Where there is evidence, no one speaks of ‘faith’.  We do not speak of faith that two and two are four or that the earth is round.  We only speak of faith when we wish to substitute emotion for evidence.  The substitution of emotion for evidence is apt to lead to strife, since different groups substitute different emotions.  (Faith & Evidence & Emotion & Religion)  Bertrand Russell, Human Society in Ethics and Politics, 1954 

 

 

2,261.  Reason can treacherously deceive a man, but emotion is always sure and never leaves him.  (Reason & Emotion & Nazis: Adolf Hitler)  Adolf Hitler

 

 

2,301.  The emotional qualities are antagonistic to clear reasoning.  (Reason & Emotion)  Arthur Conan Doyle, The Sign of Four 

 

 

2,601.  The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious – the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science.  (Science & Experience & Mystery & Emotion & Art & Einstein)  Albert Einstein 

 

 

10,622.  The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place.  (Artists: Picasso & Emotion)  Pablo Picasso 1946

 

 

10,777.  I’m not an abstractionist.  I’m not interested in the relationship of colour or form or anything else.  I’m interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.  (Artists: Rothko & Emotion)  Mark Rothko

 

 

11,028.  A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art.  (Artists: Cezanne & Emotion)  Paul Cézanne

 

 

11,187.  I believe that the great painters with their intellect as master have attempted to force this unwilling medium of paint and canvas into a record of their emotions.  (Artists: Hopper & Emotion)  Edward Hopper

 

 

20,182.  There is one more thing.  It’s been emotional.  (GBH Films & Emotion)  Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels 1998 ***** starring Jason Statham & Jason Flemyng & Dexter Fletcher & Nick Moran & Vinnie Jones & Steven MacKintosh & Sting & Nicholas Rowe et al, director Guy Ritchie, Chris to three of gang

 

 

21,340.  But not a single clear identifiable emotion except for greed and disgust.  Something horrible is happening inside of me.  (GBH Films & Emotion & Self & Murder)  American Psycho 2000 starring Christian Bale & Willem Dafoe & Jared Leto & Josh Lucas & Samantha Mathis & Matt Ross & Bill Sage & Chloe Sevigny & Cara Seymour & Justin Theroux & Reese Witherspoon et al, Bale

 

 

23,257.  When it comes to emotions even great heroes can be idiots.  (Martial Arts & GBH Films & Emotion)  Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2000 starring Chow Yun-Fat & Michelle Yeoh & Zhang Ziyi & Chang Chen & Chen Pei-Pei & Sihung Lung et al, director Ang Lee, Sir Te

 

 

23,990.  We disposed of emotion, Doctor.  Where there is no emotion, there is no motive for violence.   (Star Trek & Emotion & Violence)  Star Trek s1e9: Dagger of the Mind, Spock 

 

 

23,995.  Kirk: Mr Spock, when you’re finished, I want to talk to you.  This regrettable tendency you’ve been showing lately towards flagrant emotionalism ...

 

Spock: I see no reason to insult me, sir.  (Star Trek & Emotion & Insult)  Star Trek s1e12: The Menagerie II

 

 

24,482.  I believe I’ve experienced my first emotion.  (Star Trek: The Next Generation & Emotion)  Star Trek: The Next Generation s6e26: Descent I, Data

 

 

25,243.  I had an emotional response.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Emotion)  Star Trek: Voyager s3e2: Flashback, Tuvok to Doctor, with Kes

 

 

25,394.  Tuvok: Curious – I have never understood the human compulsion to emotionally bond with inanimate objects.  This vessel has done nothing.  It is an assemblage of bulkheads, conduits, titanium.  Nothing more.

 

Janeway: You’re wrong.  It’s much more than that.  This ship has been our home.  It’s kept us together.  It’s been part of our family.  As illogical as this sounds, I feel as close to Voyager as I do any other member of our crew.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Emotion)  Star Trek: Voyager s4e9: Year of Hell II

 

 

25,507.  You are surprised to hear a Vulcan master admit to having emotions?  Emotions can be a powerful tool.  To deny their existence is illogical.  But you must learn to control them.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Emotion)  Star Trek: Voyager s5e13: Gravity, Vulcan master to young Tuvok

 

 

25,534.  You are easily provoked.  You must learn to master your emotions.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Emotion)  Star Trek: Voyager s5e21: Juggernaut, Tuvok to B’Elanna

 

25,535.  Getting B’Elanna to control her temper is like convincing a Ferengi to leave his estate to charity.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Emotion)  ibid.  Tom to Tuvok

 

 

31,110.  Englishmen and Englishwomen across society just did not get emotional in public.  (England & Great Britain & Emotion)  Ian Hislop’s Stiff Upper Lip – An Emotional History of Britain II: Heyday, BBC 2012

 

31,111.  The ideal of the stiff upper lip reached its zenith.  (England & Great Britain & Emotion)  ibid.

 

 

39,642.  I don’t react to a tragic happening any more.  I took so many bad things as a kid and some people think I don’t care about anything.  It’s just too hard for me to get emotional.  I can’t cry no more.  (Boxers: Heavyweights & Emotion & Cry)  Mike Tyson

 

 

62,040.  Human behaviour flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.  (Three & Desire & Emotion & Knowledge & Behaviour)  Plato

 

 

64,810.  The advantage of the emotions is that they lead us astray.  (Advantage & Emotion)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

9,617.  A man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent a pleasure.  I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotion.  I want to use them, to enjoy them and to dominate them.  (Self & Emotion)  Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

 

 

71,224.  Pathetic fallacy.  John Ruskin, Modern Painters III

 

 

71,225.  There is a very remarkable inclination in human nature is to bestow on external objects the same emotion which it observes in itself, and to find everywhere those ideas which are most present to it.  David Hume  

 

 

71,226.  He [Charles Darwin] caused a sensation in Victorian England with his book on the expressions and emotions of man and animals.  He showed how and why we express emotions, why we scowl or pout, why we feel guilty.  And he showed that it’s the same for all the human races and for animals too.  Andrew Marr, Great Britons: Darwin, BBC 2002

 

 

71,227.  The world of the emotions that are so lightly called physical.  Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette 1873-1954

 

 

71,228.  When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion.  Dale Carnegie

 

 

71,229.  Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility.  (Emotion & Feelings & Poetry)  William Wordsworth

 

 

71,230.  I can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realises an emotion at the time.  It expands later, and thus we don’t have complete emotions about the present, only about the past.  (Emotion & Past)  Virginia Woolf

 

 

71,231.  All emotion is involuntary when genuine.  Mark Twain

 

 

71,233.  I think of myself as an intelligent, sensitive human being with the soul of a clown which always forces me to blow it at the most important moments.  Jim Morrison  

 

 

71,234.  She was not one for emptying her face of expression.  (Emotion & Face)  J D Salinger, Franny and Zooey

 

 

50,149.  She ran the whole gamut of emotions, from A to B.  (Criticism & Emotion)  Dorothy Parker, re Broadway performance by Katharine Hepburn. 1933

 

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