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wpietri · 2012-07-22 · Original thread
That may not be possible. A good case can be made that emotions are vital to human cognition. E.g.:

http://www.amazon.com/Descartes-Error-Emotion-Reason-Human/d...

What you could instead be doing is not noticing your subtler emotions. Until I took up meditation, I thought I was very rational. But after years of paying attention to the flows of my thought, I've become aware just how much emotion is part of cognition.

That process has left me behaving more rationally, in that before I couldn't control things I wasn't aware of. Or things I refused to be aware of because I didn't like to think I was anything other than logical.

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