Explicit Nexus between morality and emotion
Emotions and moral values are deeply intertwined in a single thread of consciousness. The focal point of this research paper is to explore the dynamic interplay between emotions and morality and how they together propel human progress. The methodology used is to essentially evaluate the basis of anthropogenic hazards and further establish strong connections between the human intent and their emotive states. The emotional state of an agent is constantly changing and so is the moral compass within them. The next dimension to analyze is- with this ever evolving definition of morality and with every human having a different moral yardstick is human revolution attainable? The prime idea is to gauge human projections of global disasters and each individual's accountability on the same issue.
Volume (Year): 5 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
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