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Philosophy Of Love

such thing as "true love" they believe that love is nothing but an illusion designed by social expectations. These people believe that love ultimately turns into pain and despair. This idea in some ways is true. Love is not eternal it will come to an end one way or another, but the aspect that separates true love from illusion, is the way love ends. "True Love" is much too powerful to be destroyed by Human imperfection; it may only be destroyed by a force equal to the power of love. Diotima believed...

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Philosophy of love and sex-Nozik & Dworkin

 A Nozick and Dworkin comparison Philosophy of Love and Sex Introduction This paper compares and contrasts the philosophical views of two thinkers: Robert Nozick and Andrea Dworkin on the subject of Romantic Love (Eros / Being in Love). By romantic love, Nozick and Dworkin are referring to the possibility of two individuals sharing a single identity: in other words, what Nozick calls love’s bond and Dworkin calls communion. Where Nozick and Dworkin differ is over...

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Unrequited Love

Morning! “Love makes everything come alive, it can turn the ugliest caterpillar into the most beautiful butterfly, and it can change the world so that it’s never dark, or sad or painful...” This is the line that marked on my mind after watching the movie Suddenly It’s Magic. I myself, really do believe in love, how about you? Do you believe in love? Do you know the true meaning of love? Well, I am here to give you some knowledge about love. The first kind of love is the most impossible love, the Platonic...

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What Is Love?

Love is difficult to define. How do you avoid confusing it with infatuation or lust? Philosophers and psychologists both have attempted to define love or at least its difference from infatuation and lust. There are different stages of the feeling love, one being lust or desire for someone or something ie. gold, money or jewels. Another, a feeling of loyalty or intense protectiveness of those around in in a family unit or such that you designate as your life mate or partner. The final is lust or passion...

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Love and Marriage

Essay: ENG 101 Romantic Love and Marriage Love for the opposite sex has always been a controlling factor for mankind. (Brown 2nd Paragraph) Even so, romantic love is a poor basis for marriage. Many married couples are often asked, “Why did you two finally decide to get married?” A question that is answered over seventy-five percent of the time with, “Well because we are in love.” Of course, love should be a factor considered when making the decision to get married, but considering marriage in...

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Love is Dangerous

Britta Carlson Love is Dangerous The rules of courtly love guide the characters of the knights’ stories through their love lives. Some rules are a little realistic; such as no one can love more than one person. While others are a little more ridiculous, like a woman must swoon when her love walks into the room, or she must regularly go pale in his presence. In today’s society, these rules will be a little extreme. But they are what make these stories interesting. The ones that are addressed...

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love essay

I've never been lucky in love. i always predicted the end of every relationship I've been through , I expected every single word I've been told, every little fake emotion i thought real so far. All along this road, i was guided by an angel. the one who protected me from harm, wiped away my tears. The one who brought this joy and happiness to my life. He was a bright angel. a shiny diamond. Suddenly out of nowhere He became the main character of my most beautiful and painful relationship. He...

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Difference between Love and Marriage

Love and Marriage are Separate Love and marriage are hot topics in all ages, let alone in modern society, for they concern every individual. In recent years, the relationship between them is becoming increasingly complicated. Marriage or love means differently to different people. Some believe that love and marriage are a whole part while others hold the opposite notion. Personally specking, I think that love and marriage are separate and they do not relate to each other so tightly as others...

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The Importance of True Love

Speech about Love Love is known to be one of the most important human values. Everyone wants to love and to be loved! Virtually everyone is capable of this wonderful feeling. Love is of multifaceted nature. Sometimes because of it we may think that our beloved people have qualities they really do not have. At the same time, this feeling helps reveal all the positive features of the person we love. Only true love is able to change people for the better. It makes us forgive and find happiness...

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Philosophy on Love by Schopenhauer

The philosophy as described by Schopenhauer is the center of life. Through this knowledge, thinkers feel that love is silent. This is based on the notions brought up that people need to understand the intensity of the love feeling. The fact that happiness has nothing to do with love and that people generally build their lives around love. The intensity of our feelings when in love is caused by a psychological manifestation of a few emotions. One of them being fear. To philosophers...

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