Some articles on animal emotion, animal, emotion, animals:
... Animal emotion is often rejected due to lack of evidence and, those that don't submit to the idea of animal intelligence, often cite that anthropomorphism ... Those that reject animal's capacity to have emotion mainly do so by citing inconsistencies in studies that have endorsed animal emotion ... Having no direct means to communicate emotion, the difficulty of providing an account of emotion in animals relies heavily on work-around experimentation that relies on results ...
... While humans have had differing views of animal emotion, the scientific examination of animal emotion has led to little information beyond a recognition that animals ... to the rise of sciences such as ethology, interpretation of animal behaviour tended to favour a kind of minimalism known as behaviourism, in this context the refusal to ascribe to an ... and all its near-human implications in animals to explain some behaviour, if mere stimulus-response is a sufficient explanation to produce the same effects? The cautious wording of Beth Dixon's ...
Famous quotes containing the words emotion and/or animal:
“Beauty ought to look a little surprised: it is the emotion that best suits her face.... The beauty who does not look surprised, who accepts her position as her dueshe reminds us too much of a prima donna.”
—E.M. (Edward Morgan)
“The animal is one with its life activity. It does not distinguish the activity from itself. It is its activity. But man makes his life activity itself an object of his will and consciousness. He has a conscious life activity. It is not a determination with which he is completely identified.”
—Karl Marx (18181883)