Valuing the objective and discounting the subjective

English: Emotions
English: Emotions (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Existentialism is a particular school of philosophy
Although existentialists value emotion
Philosophy on the whole has an unfriendly relationship with emotions and feelings over the course of 2,500 years.
This doesn’t mean that philosophy as a whole don’t recognize emotions or feelings…
It do recognize them as part of what we are naturally are…
Most philosophers think that emotions and feelings don’t provide you with an accurate knowledge…
The conventional wisdom is that emotions don’t tell you about things but tell you about how you feel about things…
The central belief is that by using reason and intellect we can perform investigations that rises above prejudice and bias…
Therefore philosophers think that reason and intellect can look at the object being investigated in a logical way…
Most philosophers think that reason should always provide us with insights about the world and about our lives.
In Islamic existentialism valuing reason and intellect would be much better than valuing emotions…

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