On Feelings

Whitehead distinguishes a difference between 'physical feelings' and 'hybrid' feelings - hybrid relating to feelings associated with abstractions, what he also calls 'conceptual feelings':

>... physical feelings give rise to conceptual feelings, and conceptual feelings give rise to other conceptual feelings... Part III Chapt III Sect II

He talks about 'imaginative feelings' as being distinct from 'perceptive feelings':

>The difference between the two feelings, the perceptive feeling and the imaginative feeling, does not therefore lie in the proposition which is felt. It lies in the emotional patterns of the two feelings. Part III Chapt V Sect VI