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  • Love Without Sexual Contact
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    Love as a Higher Form Love has always been a sensation that has both mystified and captured humanity. It is a unique emotion and, while it means something different to everybody, it remains to all a force that is, at its purest form, always one step above mankind. In love's ability to exist differently from person to person, one can find love to be a conglomeration of different branches. It can be said that there are six such categories: Agape, a love which sets store on physical attraction in o...
  • See Love In Our Own Way
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    Fiction Essay " What We Talk About When We Think About Love" Raymond carvers "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love" is about a group of people sitting around a table drinking Gin and Tonic talking about their own experiences of love. As I read this short story the approach that sticks out and comes to mind the most is the Philosophical approach. He asks "The Big Questions". There are many different opinions towards love in this story. There is Terri who said that her former man used to hit...
  • Diotima's Conversation With Socrates
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    Plato's metaphor of the divided line is essentially two worlds; the world of opinion (the physical world or the world of becoming / existence ) and the world of knowledge (the world of knowledge or the world of being / essence ). This concept is key to the context of The Symposium: Love. It is important to note that as the speeches evolve throughout this particular work they parallel this concept. Plato has, in this writer's opinion, reinforced his theory through the speaker's by outlining the j...
  • Eros Agape And Philia Type Of Love
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    Eros, Agape, and Philia: Love Philia is a type of unconditional, brotherly love. The related Greek word "koinonia" is very close to philia, which means fellowship. This type of love is usually common in family and friendship relationships. The type of love that is present in a family has a lot to do with loyalty. "My Papa's Waltz", written by Theodore Roethke in 1948, is a poem that illustrates philia genuinely. In this poem, the speaker discusses how a certain type of behavior by a fatherly fig...
  • Different Types Of Love
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    in life, the hardest thing that presents itself to us is the mystery emotion of love. One which we are not taught how to deal with, a concept which is in actual fact not known to us, yet we still live with it, we still learn from it and everyday we grow to understand it a bit more. Its the one concept, the one intangible thing in life that seems to have so much effect on human beings and their behaviour. Love can make you see through the darkness of life, it acts like a light, a guidance, a way ...

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