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Was Medea responsible for her actions

rbyrne95
kbui94

1.According to Aristotle, Anger is A reaction to "a slighting intended with the pleasure of fantasy of revenge." 2.Revenge- to punish someone for wronging you. 3.In order for a person to be responsible that person must be able to think clearly. 4.Emotions can cloud a person"s judgment, and prevent them from thinking clearly. 5.Pressure from outside sources can also make a person make decisions that they would not have made otherwise. 6.Medea states, "-anger is master of my plans"....

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Is it possible to romantically love more than one person?

rbyrne95
kbui94

1. Love is an emotion, one which conveys strong feelings of attraction towards another person. 2. Love is very complex, and many people have difficulty determining whether they are in love or not. 3. People often break up with a partner and start dating a new one. Sometimes those people still have romantic feelings for their original partner. This does not mean that those people do not love their new partner. 4. No human has a set amount of emotions that they can give. Just because some...

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

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1. Romantically loving someone is intimate relationships to an individual contributing to a significant relationship connection. 2. A relationship is an agreement between people based on trust. 3. You cannot confuse romantic love with filial love, which is the relationship between a parent and a child opposed to an intimate relationship between others. 4. Society sets a standard for love that doesn't necessarily follow the way the heart would feel which most people cannot control. 5. P...

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Is it possible to romantically love more than one person?

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kbui94

1. Love is an emotion, one which conveys strong feelings of attraction towards another person. 2. Love is very complex, and many people have difficulty determining whether they are in love or not. 3. People often break up with a partner and start dating a new one. Sometimes those people still have romantic feelings for their original partner. This does not mean that those people do not love their new partner. 4. No human has a set amount of emotions that they can give. Just because some...

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