John Stuart Mill about feelings (“A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive”, 1843) - Feelings are of four sorts: Sensations, Thoughts, Emotions, and Volitions. What are called Perceptions are merely a particular case of Belief, and Belief is a kind of thought. Actions are merely volitions followed by an effect.
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Feelings are of four sorts: Sensations, Thoughts, Emotions, and Volitions. What are called Perceptions are merely a particular case of Belief, and Belief is a kind of thought. Actions are merely volitions followed by an effect.
 John Stuart MillA System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (1843). copy citation

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