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    The understanding of irrationality and pleasure, since the classical sociology studies, has thematized the research interest of leisure and tourism. While the theme has continuously been held as the nature and production of leisure and tourism experience, the scholarly attitude around it has nevertheless fluctuated throughout the research history. Specifically, it is a cognitive transfer—from a negativity to a positivity—marked the tourism academe’s understanding of irrational and pleasure experience

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    Ethos Greek God Of Love

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    mother is Aphrodite and his father is Ares. He has three brothers named Deimos, Phobos, and Harmonia. Resources say that Eros is the guy who carries around a bow and arrow and he has the power to make any human fall in love with anyone they see at first sight. Another name they have for Ethos is Cupid, because of his power he has to make anyone fall in love (greekgodandgoddess.net). Eros mother, Aphrodite, was jealous of Psyche. Psyche was a beautiful women and she was also a mortal princess. She was

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    The Superego and Hamlet

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    In the article, Shakespeare and Psychoanalysis: Tragic Alternatives: Eros and Superego Revenge in Hamlet, the author, Joanna Montgomery Byles, focuses on the psychological origins of revenge in Hamlet. Also the concept of the superego, both individual and cultural are brought up; and the importance of understanding the dynamics of aggressive destruction in Shakespeare’s tragedies involving revenge. The Freudian superego is usually thought of as heir to the Oedipus complex. In Hamlet himself, hate

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    What Is Love Essay

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    "love" is misunderstood and is constantly misused. Nonetheless, in the Christian Greek Scriptures, the Bible teaches with clarity about love, because in the ancient Greek dialect, love was broken down into four simple words: agape, philia, storge, and eros. In 1 John 4:8, the apostle John identified God's most important quality by writing, "God is love." Therefore, agape refers to love guided by will, thus, governed by God's principles. In the Bible, Jesus spoke of two foremost principles. The first

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    Defining God

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    Defining God A concept of God can begin at many places. I begin with a search for ultimate origins. Two complementary approaches can be taken: The personal: Where did I come from? The cosmic: Where did the evolving, life-producing world come from? PERSONAL: A quest for God appropriately begins with a two-fold basic experience. The first is the amazement that we are. The most immediate and self-verifying knowledge that we have is the consciousness of our own existence. This realization arises

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    Romeo And Juliet Philia

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    affection for another person. However, love has many levels of complexities. Ancient greeks recognized the various forms love can take. Some of which include eros, storge, and philia. William Shakespeare, in his classic drama “Romeo and Juliet,” and other authors use eros, storge, and philia to explore the complexities of love and its effects. Eros, defined as an intimate, romantic love, is often what comes to mind when one speaks of

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    There is friendship love, affection, Eros, and charity. Lewis believes the strongest and most important of these loves is Eros. This kind of love deals with two intimate individuals. Lewis goes along to say that Eros is when one loves an individual for who they are, not what they can do. They love numerous things about an individual, not just the sexual aspects of the relationship, which is called Venus. Venus means sex, and Lewis relates this closely to Eros, he also contrasts the two. He agrees

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    Aphrodite. Then and Now

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    “She clothed herself with garments which the Graces and Hours had made for her and dyed in flowers of spring – such flowers as the Seasons wear – in crocus and hyacinth and flourishing violet and the rose’s lovely bloom, so sweet and delicious, and heavenly buds, the flowers of the narcissus and lily. In such perfumed garments is Aphrodite clothed at all seasons (Scaife, The Kypria, frag. 6)”. It is said that the Grecians were the first people responsible for giving life to god and goddesses that

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    For example, ludus, which is the non-commitment love style, is existent in the commencing of relationships, and mania becomes present as feelings increase and ludus decreases, and the overall strive is to get pass all of these to positively reach the eros style of love where passion as well as lust is present and stays to maintain an level of sexual attractability to partners involved in relationships. And after this stage of love is present, partner engagement style of sex will be attainable.

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    First Beings

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    by Hesiod himself provided a fundamental to understanding of the Greek conception of the early history of the universe. Hesiod illustrated that the creation of the universe and all life started with the four primal beings, Chaos, Gaia, Tartarus, and Eros. Throughout the passage, several lines provided an explanation on how the universe was first created, and how life first started. The passage chosen illustrates the importance of the four primal beings, and each playing a significant role of the creation

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