1. The New York Times CompanyDavid Brooks11/28/194 min
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    • Plum2 years ago

      So true and so interesting that we don’t know more ….. “You might think that in everyday life, the things you see and hear influence what you feel, but it’s mostly the other way around: What you feel alters your sight and hearing,” Barrett writes in “How Emotions Are Made.”

    • Pegeen
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      2 years ago

      “You also see that we’re not separate brains, cooly observing each other. We’re physical viscera, deeply interacting with each other.”