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mardi 18 août 2009


"Love is so variable, so elusive, that man can not fathom." Bookmanie
It is the result of several factors that create the feeling. The feeling brings together elements intellectuals and organic elements.
Fear, anger, sexual orientation, are determined by organic images.
Love in humans, is the sense from a larger number of factors, a mixture of images and concepts of factors dominated intellectual ideas of quality of the person loved, but also extra-intellectual as the habit of living together, feelings and ideas, a passion ...
Then, the sense of "ideal", then the factors are only conceptual, the organic have almost no role. Bookmanie.

4 commentaires:

  1. love...
    being in love is such a fantastic feeling.
    not being able to be with your love is suffering

    love is happiness and pain


  2. Talk about passionate love, that is yet another emotional state, the object of passion leads to a "great pleasure" (thunderbolt), "used" by the repetition of the tendency to pleasure, a "strong imagination" that surrounds the subject of the passion to discover new perfections. But beware, love-passion weakens intelligence on certain point, by distorting the trial, but she has a good point, it stimulates the imagination. The passion is also stifled the other feelings we may have for his entourage. We may have different views as the Stoics who do not agree with very romantic ... For my part, I sailed between the two ... Bookmanie.

  3. Hello!
    The text I published today was written by a famous brazilian writer called Clarice Lispector, who I admire so much!
    Thank you for always visiting my blog! I also visit yours everyday!

  4. Nature is concrete reality, we presume, something more real than abstraction. But if nature is more real than abstraction, what use is abstraction? Perhaps it is the case that abstraction is more real than "nature". Perhaps abstraction can be used to extend what is effortlessly given to us. Perhaps abstraction can be employed to usefully transform what is now presented to us without effort as the object. Maybe we can perceive with our (collectively-expanded) imagination levels of reality that are hidden, not so much from our senses, as by our senses.

    We think we live in the "objective" world, but we do not. The objective world is something that has been conjured up for us recently - absurdly recently, from the perspective of evolutionary biology - by the processes of science operating over a span of five centuries (or, perhaps, to give the Greeks their due, over the last thirty centuries). This does not mean that the objective world is not real, even though theories about its nature are in constant flux.


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