2 Answers

  1. Morality” elevates “and” lowers ” love. Feelings themselves are irrational and chaotic. You can only push them into verticals and hierarchies conditionally.

  2. In different languages and cultures throughout the history of human society, this concept has changed. Singing in songs, books, and films of our culture greatly distorts the correct attitude to love and reduces it to suffering and the desire to possess.

    Personally, I think that the highest form of love is that which is based on spiritual attraction, even without romantic sensuality, even without physical attraction. Or perhaps the unconditional, grateful “suchness” of being, the elevation of feeling for the very presence in the field of attention “as it is”, without the desire to take something from it or change it.

    And so, who just did not uncover this concept. Empedocles, Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, B. Spinoza, A. Schopenhauer, V. Solovyov, Z. Freud, but E. Fromm made a significant contribution to the study of this phenomenon.

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