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    The Definition of Love

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    The Definition of Love Love by definition is an emotion explored in philosophy, religion, and literature, often as either romantic love, the fraternal love of others, or the love of God based on the definition found in The Encarta Encyclopedia. As I explored the definition by means of the Internet, books, and articles I noticed the definitions changed quite a bit, but yet had the same basic understanding. The definition I found in The Encarta Encyclopedia was probably the most simple and most

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    Shakespeare’s definitions of Love and Lust 	When there are women and an omnipotent force to procreate there will be a number of resources that a man will use in order to attract the opposite sex. Often with the use of the notorious whistle/mating call, the perpetual use of lies about income, the stench of musk cologne, or the ever-popular use of the love poem, men strive to appeal to women with the intent to see his way to her heart. William Shakespeare, a man who, based on his works, was full

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    Definitions of Love

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    one level to The Book of the Duchess. One of the things Geoffrey Chaucer seemed to do in The Book of the Duchess was to define refined love. Chaucer gave the first pieces of his definition of refined love within the story of the King Seys and his wife Alcione. This first idea that Chaucer gives of refined love is of what one should feel when his or her love is gone longer than he or she should be. Seys had gone on a sea voyage, but instead of returning unharmed, a storm blew up and the ship

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    Definition Of Love

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    The Word Without a Definition It is virtually impossible to ask two different people “what is love,” and expect the exact same answer or at least something similar. Love has one of, if not the loosest definition in the entire dictionary. Technically, love is “an intense feeling of deep affection.” However, everybody has their own meaning about what love means to them. Love can be expressed through words, money, sexual action, and even violence. People often argue about what love means, even though

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    The Definition of Love

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    As dictionaries have been adding new words and revising definitions yearly, we have seen a transition in the definition of love. Today, a commonly accepted definition of love is “an amorous episode” (Webster). This concept of love began with its portrayal in Hollywood media, causing the history and true meaning of the word to become lost. While love used to be defined as the “strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties,” or “affection based on admiration, benevolence, or

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    Dictionary “…Love is any of a number of emotions and experiences related to a sense of strong affection”. This is the “officially accepted” definition of love. Nevertheless, it is necessary to mention that love is notion that has caused many arguments concerning its meaning throughout the ages. Many people have tried their best to define this phenomenon but each person puts individual interpretation in it and therefore a priori there cannot be any objective definition of the term “love”. Love in psychological

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    Definition Of Love

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    I believe that love isn't what it used to be I believe that love isn’t what it used to be. Growing up, I watched so many movies, and the only thing I got out of them is that love can be truly magical if you are willing to work for it. I’ve also learned that with love, comes responsibility, and with that responsibility, comes a new outlook on how you will spend your life. But what I’ve come to find out, is that love, or the idea of love, that is, is rapidly changing into something that I, myself

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    Love is defined as, “an intense feeling of deep affection or a deep romantic or sexual attachment to someone”(Merriam-Webster). This definition excludes those such as asexuals, aromantics, the love of strangers as well as the love animals show. A more accurate definition of love is wanting the best for someone knowing it may cost you something and expecting nothing in return. This revised definition is based off of inclusivity, while Websters definition is one of exclusivity. Affection is a gentle

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    Sequence from Godard's Alphaville What is love? It is an abstract concept, a feeling, a sensibility. Perhaps it is impossible to explain without defining it through observable examples. In film, this is often the way in which the concept of love is explored: definition is established through the words, the looks, and the touches of couples who are engaged in love relationships that are identified as such by a narrative. However, such definitions are bound within the narrative spaces in which

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    The Element of Love in The Road Less Traveled Scott Peck expresses his unusual perspective of love in his work, The Road Less Traveled.  Peck's view of love was a correction to what he thought everyone else thought love was. This paper will be an explanation of Peck's beliefs about love, a contrasting view on love, and my personal knowledge of Peck's beliefs. Peck had a very pessimistic and, at times, a contradicting view of what is believed to be "love" and introduced that in his section on

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