Jean Paul Sartre's concept of emotion rests on a concept of motivation which departs from the conventional view that emotions, feelings, and passions are passive reviews. Sartre claims that the emotional reaction is an act, a selected reaction trying to rework occasions that aren't resolvable through usual pragmatic capacity. Joseph P. Fell's award-winning research analyzes the interior coherence and empirical adequacy of Sartre's thought to check the level to which Sartre's conceptual recommendations are justified.
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