• It's critical to not let it override logic.
  • In all actuality it shouldn't play any part in critical thinking, but most of the time it dominates a persons decisions. Try going One day without emotion ruling a decision. When you have your morning coffee think about it before pouring. Is it healthy? No, but you NEED it.
  • Emotions muck up the motor of your mind, jamming sane decisions usually ; )
  • The role of emotion in the critical thinking process is a known tabu; however, emotion is ever present. Emotion is an intrinsic part of logic, however so we believe it not to be. The force behind the gathering of thoughts related to an expected conclusion has its fuel in emotion. The thoughts that have been isolated are covered with any one of the emotions (i.e. fear, love, hate, joy, etc.).

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