Thursday, March 23, 2006

What is Love?

I'm in a peculiar mood right now, its almost inquisitive. Its odd but if you were to ask 10 people what Love meant to them or if they could describe Love, I'm sure you'd be hard pressed to find 5 out 10 saying the same thing. When I think about it more its really quite fascinating What Love really is? Its a state of an emotional high, you can feel love but its not concrete. Some have said that you can taste love but it has no real substance, texture, or flavor. They say love hurts but no yet studies show that humans have died directly from a broken heart. Love is hard to come by but yet so easily given out. Can Love mask our senses, are self-control, or minds? To be in love is to be crazy. Hence the saying "crazy in love!"

Can anyone describe to me what love is?

If you had the all the money in the world but never had love in your life, could you say that you were really the richest man in the world? Isn't funny to propose that question when love has no real intrinsic value but more extrinsic.

So what would you to say this:
[I]t can plausibly be said that all perfectly natural properties are intrinsic. Then we can say that two things are duplicates iff (1) they have exactly the same perfectly natural properties, and (2) their parts can be put into correspondence in such a way that corresponding parts have exactly the same perfectly natural properties, and stand in the same perfectly natural relationsÂ…Then we can go on to say that an intrinsic property is one that can never differ between duplicates. (Lewis 1986a: 61-2)

Do you agree with that statement? Is love natural andundifferentiatedd. Can all love be the same???

~Caller you're on Cisco's Love line, I'm listening.

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