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Vulcan characters in Star Trek: Theurgy:
The Vulcans were a stoic, rational people. Widely claimed to be emotionless, in truth the Vulcans felt deeply and intensely, to their own detriment. Their stoicism came from a culture of logic and self-discipline, where emotions were analysed and dissected to rob them of their potency, so that they could not overwhelm or control the individual. Vulcans embraced science and reason, but their lives were not purely devoted to logic: they also had a deeply philosophical side, with art and music as vital to their culture as logic. They were also an intensely private people, with many aspects of their culture — such as the rites of Pon Farr — which were not discussed amongst outsiders.