In my opinion, it is possible that love can turn into a passionate relationship and the sexual tension between two partners can eventually turn into love. However, there is no guarantee that one will generate the other.
Lust means to have an intense desire or sexual need towards someone. It is just a mere infatuation of fulfilling your sexual desires. Having a passionate relationship can eventually get past the physical and become love. In “Plato: The Perfect Union”, by Diane Ackerman, It talks about the thoughts and speculation of convinced theorists viewpoint of love. Each philosopher defines love as a need to be absolute through another being or to feel whole. In a way, lust can be viewed as being one with a being. Lust is the physical aspect of the relationship; it does not mean two people are in love with the other person. However, they yearn to feel whole with them. “For the intense yearning which each of them has towards the other does not appear to be the desire of lover’s intercourse, but of something else which the soul of either evidently desires and cannot tell.” (Ackerman 878). In this quote Ackerman is expressing, once two beings are able to get pass what is just a physical and sexual attraction, they have a feeling they can not explain. This desire and pursuit of being together is called...
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Nevertheless, there is no assurance that lust will generate love. This is proven in “To His Coy Mistress”, Marvell compliments and admires this unknown woman. He tries to convince that they should fulfill their sexual desire because time is running out. In conclusion, Lust is able to turn in to love and vice versa. Yet, there is no certification that one will engender the other.
Ackerman, Diane. “Plato: The Perfect Union.” In Schlib.
Marlowe, Christopher. “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love.” In Schlib.
Marvell, Andrew. “To His Coy Mistress.” In Schlib.
Schlib, John and John Clifford, eds. Making Arguments About Literature A Compact Guide and Anthology. Boston: Bedford/St Martins, 2005. Print.
Shakespeare, William. “Sonnett 116.” In Schlib.
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