From: Marty Jorgensen (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 04 2005 - 16:34:03 BST
Why say that emotions aren't detectable by "scientific instruments"? If
"emotion" is the generic name we give to sense data / feelings, they
certainly can be measured. If I'm angry, there are distinct physical signs,
as heightened blood pressure, a fast pulse, a rise in vocal tone, clenched
fists, an increase in the release of certain chemicals into the blood, etc.
If the instruments were developed enough, I'm sure there would be many
things to measure for each emotion.
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