1.5.3 Labelling

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After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • discuss basic philosophical questions concerning the nature of emotions

  • discuss some of the philosophical literature on this subject by William James

  • understand problems concerning the nature of emotions and discuss them in a philosophical way.


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Activity 9

Once you’ve watched the video, make a few notes on how the kente weavers train.


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