There are many arguments against whether love at first sight can be real or not. One of the arguments states “the agent does not have sufficient knowledge about the person’s characteristics in order to fall in love with her” (Ben-Zeev 2013). In order to fall in love with some one, you have to know them as the person they are meaning their personality, beliefs, values, etc. At first sight you see things such as eye color, body shape, type of hair, race, and things of that nature. When you see what you like at first sight, it would be considered Lust. Lust is when you are more focused on a person’s looks and interested in sexual interactions. “Sex is an urge, love is a desire.” (Langone 15). The conversations are short and dry if they are not about sexual relations. For example, if you are trying to leave right after an...
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...ve their own views on love itself along with love at first sight. None of the people I surveyed said they experienced love at first sight. I had a side conversation with one of them and they stated, “Love at first sight is something someone brainwashes into your head. If you believe in love at first sight, you are a little off of the wall.”
In conclusion, regardless of how much research, evidence, or personal opinions there are in the world; You cannot fall in love with some one by looks therefore love at first sight is not real. You do not know the person as the person they truly are. You have to spend time to get to know a person before you determine if you truly love them. People may say, “I love you” quickly in a relationship but its not necessarily always true. You will know when you truly love someone and can explain every reason as to why you love him or her.
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