Posted by Jim on January 24, 2005
In Reply to: Without affect posted by Jim on January 23, 2005
: In a story from BBC News about Michelangelo he was described as "strange, without affect, and isolated." He was also described as "preoccupied with his own private reality." What does "without affect" mean?
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