Whatever one may conclude on this question, we may say for certain that the arts, which have throughout history taken romantic and sexual love
for a theme, can no longer do so unreflectively if they are not merely to function as slave labor for this endless modern project of emancipation.
Symbols of platonic love evoke feelings of commitment and caring that are long-term, whereas sexual love
tends to evoke feelings of passion and romance that have a relatively short life span, said David Raska, a Northern Kentucky marketing professor who was lead author of the study.
Pamuk's best one-liner, though, came out of an audience question -- on whether philosophical love was deeper than sexual love
Whereas the floating hand of sexual love
stirs the baby's within,
So the lever is love, sexual love
, and the Sufi sages tell us that sexual love
can lever thoughtlessness, pride and power on one hand or a taste of paradise and the ultimate spiritual aspiration for union with the Beloved on the other.
In a series of pamphlets later reworked as Love's Coming of Age, he linked women's emancipation, same sex relationships, sexual love
and the creation of a free society.
He has yet to overcome lust, or discover that the self-gift of matrimonial sexual love
points toward the Trinity itself--an eternal exchange of love.
Both poets imagined themselves into the emotional world of the other's poetry and adopted features of one another's poetics, as well as misreading the other in ways that reveal fundamental differences in their views on sexual love
We want to challenge church leaders to preach about sexual love
as something positive.
9 An Oedipus complex is a Freudian labelling involving the unconscious sexual love
of a son for his mother and a parallel hatred for the father, while an Electra complex centres on a similar passion between daughter and father and an intense dislike for the mother.
Gower's ethics of love throughout reveals that sexual love
is not sin.
An unusual tale of a lad from Orkney who finds he has the ability to give amazing sexual love
to anyone - man or woman.
It was a strange book about a boy from Orkney who finds he has the ability to give amazing sexual love
to anyone, man or woman.
Theological references supported his claim for the pious scholar to be able to discern true from false: thanks to a strong contrast, he opposes in De Venere et cupidine, Venus, who represents sexual love
, to the Virgin Mary, who represents human salvation.
Several themes dominated the wide range of his writing: Irish life, the occult, sexual love
and 'the power of art' and the contributions to this collection examine all these various aspects of the poet's life and how they were related to one another.