Subjective variables

Note:
They are several variables: consequence, emotion (affectivity), degree of desire, voluntary intentionality, which follow the same semantic frame for marking up a type of subjective variables' taxonomy:
<taxonomy xml:id="subjectiveVar" ana="taxonomies">
    <category xml:id="NAME OF A VARIABLE"/>
      <category xml:id="NAME OF A SUBVARIABLE"/>
</taxonomy>
Note: a variable = category or taxonomy. A subvariable = subcategory or subtaxonomy.

➤ Each @xml:id from <taxonomy><category>, and <taxonomy><category><category> will be used in R.

  • Consequence
    • ➯ how is the AE affected by the action?
    • Subcategories <category>@xml:id: affects AE (subject), affect AE (subject) and other, affect other AE(s).
    • XML-TEI example:
      <category xml:id="consequence" ana="subjectiveVar">
          <category xml:id="affectEntity"/>
      </category>       
  • Emotion
    • ➯ what kind of emotion (affectivity in philosophy of action) and its intenstity?
    • Subcategories (26) from FSRE categories (24: anger, anxiety, being hurt, compassion, contempt, contentment, despair, disappointment, disgust, fear, guilt, happiness, hate, interest, irritation, jealousy, joy, love, pleasure, pride, sadness, shame, stress, surprise), to which I add satisfaction (from OCC categories) and discouragement.
      • hasEmotionIntensity <category>@xml:id: feeble, medium, normal, hight, very hight (equals a numerical value from 1 to 5)
    • XML-TEI example:
      <category xml:id="EmotionCategory" ana="subjectiveVar">
          <category xml:id="rage"/>
          <category xml:id="hasEmotionIntensity" ana="EmotionCategory">
              <category xml:id="medium"/>
          </category>  
      </category>        
  • Degree of desire
    • ➯ What is the action tendency?
    • Subcategories <category>@xml:id: from one to five (number_dD), and unknown (unknown_dD), broken context (B_ctx_dD)
    • XML-TEI example:
      <category xml:id="degreeDesire" ana="subjectiveVar">
         <category xml:id="two_dD"/>
      </category>        
  • Voluntary intentionality
    • ➯ What type of voluntary intentionality (one or two subcategories can be used according to context), and what motivation?
    • Subcategories <category>@xml:id — non-exhaustive listing: to advocate, to blame, to build, to buy, to claim, to clean, to care for, to complain, to cure, to defense in court, to destroy, to feed, to fight, to give birth, to kill, to make love, to negociate, to perform a ritual, to pray, to protect, to revenge, to sentence, to sell, to threaten.
      • What motivation: pressure or free will.
    • XML-TEI example:
      <category xml:id="voluntaryIntent" ana="subjectiveVar">
         <category xml:id="toKill"/>
         <category xml:id="motivation_vI">
            <category xml:id="free"/>
         </category> 
      </category>