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Is Medea responsible for the death of her children?

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jtorres

1. Aristotle"s definition of anger relates to an impulse, accompanied by pain, for pleasurable revenge due to the slighting from another person. 2. Anger involves investment into another being, or thing. 3. Anger leads to irrational behaviors and leads us to do things we would not normally do. 4. We only become angry if one slights us in a way that goes against the expectations we held for an individual. 5. In the story of Medea, her husband hurting her goes against the expectation she had f...

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Is it possible to romantically love multiple partners at once?

edmundst
Abgrimm92

1. Romantic love is a deep, mutual agreement between partners in body and heart driven by sexual and emotional needs. 2. This definition of love differs from the standard definition of love based on an attraction of a desire to take care of another (e.g. maternal love, friendly love, etc.) 3. Within the agreement in a romantic love relationship, trust, appreciation, and desire play the major roles in keeping the relationship together. Once established, it is an on-going state-of-being. 4. Rom...

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Is it possible to romantically love multiple partners at once?

edmundst
Abgrimm92

1. Romantic love is a deep, mutual agreement between partners in body and heart driven by sexual and emotional needs. 2. This definition of love differs from the standard definition of love based on an attraction of a desire to take care of another (e.g. maternal love, friendly love, etc.) 3. Within the agreement in a romantic love relationship, trust, appreciation, and desire play the major roles in keeping the relationship together. Once established, it is an on-going state-of-being. 4. Rom...

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Is it possible to romantically love more than one person at a time?

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edmundst

1. Romantic love is defined as the expressive and pleasurable feeling from an emotional attraction towards another person; the deep and strong emotional desire to connect with another person, causing an emotional high, exhilaration, passion, and elation when you and your lover are together. 2. The human has three mating drives: lust, love, and attachment; all three desires are strong, deep, emotional desires to connect with another person, contain a pleasurable feeling due to an emotional attra...

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