Feelings are what matter most in our lives. But we are only now beginning to understand what feelings are and how to control them. Much has been discovered in recent years about the science of feelings. The radical proposition of this book is that feelings cannot be reduced to physics and chemistry yet are as real as physics and chemistry. This book breaks new ground in showing how the science of feelings and the feeling of feelings come together. It raises the question of feelings, not only in humans but in all living creatures including the claims of some that computers may have feelings.
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FEELINGS OF ANIMALS 2
THE NATURE OF NATURE
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