Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Emotions and subsequently relations take birth through communication which is a result of interplay between significant gestures in the form of symbols and appreciation. The most important category of symbols is language. One’s senses and assimilation of such communication are characterized by the processes of understanding the meaning of one’s reflection. I wish to propose a reflection theory of emotion: The reflection of any emotion is the value of appreciation needed to maintain a relation, if it exists.
If relation does not exist, then the value of such an appreciation is the effort needed to create one. A possible anomaly is when individuals under the influence of their intentions put up a ‘front’ through disturbed patterns of socialization and act to standardize their behavior while others come to believe it to be true, only to be deceived later.