Thinking vs. feeling
A note for Lesson no. 6, "Brains Make More Than One Kind of Mind," in Lisa Feldman Barrett.
Some context from page 99 is:
...people who grow up in Balinese culture, as well as in the Ilongot culture in the Philippines, do not experience what we Westerners call cognition and emotion as different kinds of events. They experience what we would call a blend of thinking and feeling, but to them it’s a single thing.
For references, see Balinese and Ilongot conception of emotion (from the webnotes for How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain).