“What is love? Is it explainable even if explained?”

What you are about to read regardsĀ “love”, A correspondence between two thinkers, Jersey Flight and Damien Marie AtHope *I, Damien offer that love is not one thing, but is definable even in romantic love. Six Types of Love Eros: is romantic, passionate, love. In this type of relationship, love is life’s most important thing. A search for physical beauty or an ideal type also typifies this type of love. Ludus: is a game-playing or uncommitted love. Lying is part of the game. A person who pursues ludic love may have many conquests but remains uncommitted. Storge: is a slow developing, friendship-based loved. People with this type of relationship like to participate in activities together. Often storge results in a long-term relationship in which sex might not be very intense or passionate. Pragma: is a pragmatic, practical, mutually beneficial relationship. It may be somewhat unromantic. A person who leans toward this type of relationship may look for a partner at work or where the person is spending time. Sex is likely to be seen as a technical matter needed for producing children, if they are desired. Mania: is an obsessive or possessive love, jealous and extreme. A person in love this way is likely to do something crazy or silly, such as stalking. Agape: is a gentle, caring, giving type of love, brotherly love, not concerned with the self. It is relatively rare. One study found that men were more likely to show the ludic type of love, while women were more likely to be storgic or pragmatic. Another study conducted in two American introductory psychology classes of over 250...