Emotionaalinen ambivalenssi, järkevyys ja suunnittelu

Emotional ambivalence, rationality and planning

It is argued that the thesis of emotional ambivalence as a characteristic feature of the modern society should be qualified. Socially relevant emotional patterns began to include contending values in late medieval and early modern times. This non-relativistic pluralism of values led to a new vectorial model of rational decision making, which was particularly developed by Leibniz. It differs from the traditional practical syllogism and from contemporary models of practical rationality based on the idea of maximising on value.

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