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  • v. Alternative spelling of emotionalize.


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  • To blame this fact on the squaddies is to try to emotionalise the argument.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • It was Chief Buthelezi, who despite the IFP/ANC agreement, continued to politicise and emotionalise this question by demanding that Ulundi be the capital.


  • Journaling your thoughts, decisions, behaviours and results is a great way to keep perspective, stay focused and motivated and to de-emotionalise the change process.

  • In the relentlessly flowing sewer of analysis, I try to pay attention only to those who will not emotionalise their arguments.

    False Dichotomies


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