I don’t think of negative as bad and positive as good. they’re just labels to distinguish distinctions that don’t make a difference really

I don’t think of negative as bad and positive as good. they’re just labels to distinguish distinctions that don’t make a difference really
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because they mean the same as the top words, which were “positive spin” – or affect. There’s what we’re “supposed to feel about” with certain sets of words.
A _few_ words have that effect on me with affect but most don’t. Those don’t.
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They’re just colorful ways to group adjectives.
“This group of adjectives are used to produce a negative affect in people about [concepts].
This group of adjectives are used to product a positive affect in people about [concepts].”
But the concepts are all adjectives describing properties of something. I’m more of a functionalist I guess? I don’t know the word.
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I’ve been trying to feed it with a lot of stuff about me. It seems to do ok using the personality typing systems — they’re all adjective based: “what adjective makes you feel like you when you hear it” type of thing
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