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The feeling of amazement comes, not simply from appreciating the result, but because it stands in stark contrast to prior-held suppositions. He explains: Why am I amazed by the connection even after I have engaged in a problem solving act that states precisely and even proves the nature of the connection? Explanations and solutions help, but no matter how many there are, I am still haunted by the earlier intuition that the ideas are independent of each other. Proofs and problem solving activities are one thing.
A thought rouses emotions in me” (Zettel, as cited in Heller, 1979, p. 24). Further, in Buddhist epistemology—a phenomenologically based philosophy in itself—there is not the sharp distinction made between cognition and emotion found in Western psychology. ” In fact, even from a neurological point of view, the brain’s circuitry does not cleanly distinguish between cognition and emotion, as the two are intertwined in biology also. There is no “emotion” part of the brain that is entirely free from cognitive processing (see, for example, Davidson & Irwin, 1999).
145). Similarly, Giacomo Puccini described the composition of his opera Madama Butterfly as being “dictated to me by God; I was merely instrumental in putting it on paper and communicating it to the public” (Abell, 1964, pp. 156–157). Relationship as Reciprocity: Grace 25 regardless of whether people discover them or not. Such ideas were considered to exist in a sphere of reality apart from, yet somehow accessible by, human thought. As Davis and Hersch put it, Platonism is a view that supposes that mathematics, along with other truths, are “ ‘out there somewhere,’ floating around eternally in an all-pervasive world of Platonic idea” (1981, p.
Schaum's Outline to Theory and Problems of Introduction to Mathematical Economics, Third Edition by Edward Dowling