brain is a complex organ to study. In
studying it, we cannot help but be subjective, as the studying of the brain is
simply using the brain to look at itself.
Necessarily our interpretation of what we see is colored by the brain’s
own abilities and interpretations. Some
people have equated this with looking into a mirror (1). Often times when we think of objectively
studying something, such as our brain, we think that we must use logic
reasoning and leave out those things which we perceive to be more subjective,
such as intuition and emotions (2).
However, in my exploration of the topic of emotions, I have discovered