- Bryan Leong
- West Vancouver
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If one tries to understand the complexities of say, emotions, will one either a) lose interest in it in general, or b) fail to recognize it?
The process of knowing is intriguing on its own. However, does seeking knowledge in one field, especially if it is abstract, cause one to forget or lose oneself? Even if one doesn't lose oneself and keeps himself/herself on track/focused, how can an answer be derived, or is this field - of emotions - something that human beings shouldn't attempt to quantify or provide for, a scientific explanation save that of biological reactions that occur in one's brain?
Is there a non- philosophical answer to this question, or at least, minimal philosophy so that I don't have to delve into the shallow recesses of my mind to find it?