When I first read this in a book on law, I thought it was a good idea. At the time, I thought it was only meant to be a good idea. Turns out that the author, a lawyer, was actually advocating for the law to become more self aware.
In a nutshell, the idea is that judges would, in the future, be required to answer questions about their personal feelings in court and to take these emotions into account in all their decisions. The law would be more aware of emotional reactions to the court and how to deal with them.
In reality, the author’s plan to self-knowledge should be applied to the entire body of law.
I think the idea is fantastic. But I do have a few comments about this law. First, it would be helpful if the authors could expand a bit more on why this law is needed. Why is it so important to be aware of our emotions when making important decisions? Second, while the authors seem to say that this law would only be applied in a few states, I wonder if this could be a problem in states where the voters are too afraid of being labeled as emotionless.
Again, this law sounds great, but it could be a problem in states where people are afraid to feel emotions about certain issues. If you feel angry, for instance, you might be afraid of speaking your mind about it, so you won’t vote.
I have heard a few horror stories about people who are so afraid of being labeled as emotionless that they refuse to vote. Granted, this is more of a problem for states with large population centers, but it could be a problem elsewhere too.
As an example, I’d imagine that the people who get labeled emotionless are the ones who are afraid of speaking their minds enough that they’ll vote. However, as a former law student, I’ve been to grad schools where law students are told not to have opinions. Of course, it’s always the opposite. If you get angry enough, no one will listen to you.
This would be a good starting point to look at what emotionless are. As I said, they are the most obvious. The one, or two, that you can find in the brain or the brain’s cortex might be as interesting as, say, an emotionless person’s mind.
Ive seen the idea of a “brain” of the emotionless come up a lot in my life. Ive seen it described as things like “the brain has a mind,” or that the “brain is a computer,” or the “brain is the computer of the mind.” Of course, I believe that emotionless are just as much a part of the brain as we are.
I was first introduced to the idea of emotionless years ago with the theory of psychopathy. The idea of a person who is emotionless and who has no emotions or feelings. Psychopaths are often described as completely emotionless, which I think is pretty accurate. The idea of emotionless is also very prevalent in many other fields. For example, in the field of psychology, there are emotionless. The idea is that every person has some unique way of being emotionless.