What would a functioning emotional philosophy be like?

What would a functioning emotional philosophy be like?


Philosophy with an emotional basis rather than a strictly logical/reasoning basis. Both incorporate parts of the other yet philosophies TEND to emphasize reason over emotion significantly. I wondered if it could be flipped and what it would look like.

 

I anticipate the very question to be considered absurd even to ask by most but I expect some to pursue it.

I think it is a valid question worth investigating.

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[Stoicim + asceticism]
You’ve mentioned two excellent existing candidates for the OP. They’re also two emotional philosophies which I’ve experimented with at times and found agreeable to apply at least in part. Useful stuff.

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