Holmes many times and learned to love the man as well as the poet.
and because you yourself don't love him.
To respond to the fungibility worry, Whiting and Delaney appealexplicitly to the historical relationship. Thus, Whiting claims,although there may be a relatively large pool of people who have thekind of excellences of character that would justify my loving them,and so although there can be no answer to question about why I come to love this rather than that person within thispool, once I have come to love this person and so have developed ahistorical relation with her, this history of concern justifies mycontinuing to love this person rather than someone else (1991, p. 7).Similarly, Delaney claims that love is grounded in“historical-relational properties” (1996, p. 346), so thatI have reasons for continuing to love this person rather thanswitching allegiances and loving someone else. In each case, theappeal to both such historical relations and the excellences ofcharacter of my friend is intended to provide an answer to question , and this explains why the objects of love are not fungible.
Love is a feeling, not a command.
Daughter of a clergy man, Emily Bronte the nom de plume of the author Ellis Bell, penned Wuthering Heights and left British society in an uproar due to the content within the pages while having touched upon forbidden love, the supernatural, dark passion, incest, race, and women’s rights.
Director's Award for Essay Mary Shorun "Love's Root" (USA)()
In conceiving of my love for you as constituted by my concern for youfor your sake, the robust concern view rejects the idea, central tothe union view, that love is to be understood in terms of the (literalor metaphorical) creation of a “we”: this concern for youis fundamentally my concern, even if it is for your sake andso not egoistic.
Director's Award for Essay Jana Ostrom "Love Begins with Me" (USA)()
As this criticism of the union view indicates, many find caring aboutyour beloved for her sake to be a part of what it is to love her. Therobust concern view of love takes this to be the central and definingfeature of love (cf. Taylor 1976; Newton-Smith 1989; Soble 1990, 1997;LaFollette 1996; Frankfurt 1999; White 2001). As Taylor puts it: