DIVISION: PRESENTATIVE EMOTIONS
General Nature and Characters. Special ideal feelings or emotions have already been given their place among the phenomena of sensibility. They are the feelings which arise in connection with different phases of intellectual activity, as far as these feelings stand clearly distinguished in consciousness from one another. They are qualitatively different (hope and fear, for example), as sensations (sound, taste) are qualitatively different.
Besides distinctions of quality among emotions we are able also to predicate of them quantity (or intensity), duration (time relations), and tone (pleasure and pain), reaching the same four characters which we found to be present in sensations.2
Kinds. Upon examination states of ideal sensibility fall into two classes, which may be called respectively emotions of activity and emotions of content; i. e., first, feelings of the operation of the apperceptive function with. out reference to what it operates upon; and second, feelings excited by the particular object upon which the____________________