Can you guess how many emotions a human can experience?
Around the 4th century B.C., Aristotle’s list of emotions included 14 distinct feelings: fear, confidence, anger, friendship, calm, enmity, shame, shamelessness, pity, kindness, envy, indignation, emulation, and contempt. During the centuries, many writers, poets and philosophers tried to describe the full range and experience of human emotions. By the 20th century, with the advent of psychotherapy, the number had expanded considerably.
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