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With everyone’s thoughts turning to the concept of love on Valentine’s Day, I thought I share some Jewish thoughts on the theme. Unlike proverbs about stupidity , of which there are millions in both Proverbs and Yiddish, thoughts on love are much less common. In the Tanach most expressions of love are devoted to G-d, but only a few about love for your fellow man. There is of course “Love thy neighbor as yourself” which is very well known, but here are a few you might not have heard:

That last one is typically Yiddish. I’ve placed these sayings on sharable images so you can spread the love today in your own network.

Never judge someone by who they are in love with; judge them by their friends. People fall in love with the most appalling people. Take a cool, appraising glance at their pals.
– Cynthia Heimel

Charm is a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question.
– Albert Camus (1913-1960)

Love doesn’t grow on trees like apples in Eden – it’s something you have to make. And you must use your imagination too.
– Joyce Cary

With everyone’s thoughts turning to the concept of love on Valentine’s Day, I thought I share some Jewish thoughts on the theme. Unlike proverbs about stupidity , of which there are millions in both Proverbs and Yiddish, thoughts on love are much less common. In the Tanach most expressions of love are devoted to G-d, but only a few about love for your fellow man. There is of course “Love thy neighbor as yourself” which is very well known, but here are a few you might not have heard:

That last one is typically Yiddish. I’ve placed these sayings on sharable images so you can spread the love today in your own network.

With everyone’s thoughts turning to the concept of love on Valentine’s Day, I thought I share some Jewish thoughts on the theme. Unlike proverbs about stupidity , of which there are millions in both Proverbs and Yiddish, thoughts on love are much less common. In the Tanach most expressions of love are devoted to G-d, but only a few about love for your fellow man. There is of course “Love thy neighbor as yourself” which is very well known, but here are a few you might not have heard:

That last one is typically Yiddish. I’ve placed these sayings on sharable images so you can spread the love today in your own network.

Never judge someone by who they are in love with; judge them by their friends. People fall in love with the most appalling people. Take a cool, appraising glance at their pals.
– Cynthia Heimel

Charm is a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question.
– Albert Camus (1913-1960)

Love doesn’t grow on trees like apples in Eden – it’s something you have to make. And you must use your imagination too.
– Joyce Cary

This article examines the nature of love and some of the ethical and political ramifications. For the philosopher, the question “what is love?” generates a host of issues: love is an abstract noun which means for some it is a word unattached to anything real or sensible, that is all; for others, it is a means by which our being—our self and its world—are irrevocably affected once we are ‘touched by love’; some have sought to analyze it, others have preferred to leave it in the realm of the ineffable.

The philosophical treatment of love transcends a variety of sub-disciplines including epistemology , metaphysics, religion, human nature, politics and ethics . Often statements or arguments concerning love, its nature and role in human life for example connect to one or all the central theories of philosophy, and is often compared with, or examined in the context of, the philosophies of sex and gender as well as body and intentionality. The task of a philosophy of love is to present the appropriate issues in a cogent manner, drawing on relevant theories of human nature, desire, ethics, and so on.

The implication of the Platonic theory of eros is that ideal beauty, which is reflected in the particular images of beauty we find, becomes interchangeable across people and things, ideas, and art: to love is to love the Platonic form of beauty-not a particular individual, but the element they posses of true (Ideal) beauty. Reciprocity is not necessary to Plato's view of love, for the desire is for the object (of Beauty), than for, say, the company of another and shared values and pursuits.

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With everyone’s thoughts turning to the concept of love on Valentine’s Day, I thought I share some Jewish thoughts on the theme. Unlike proverbs about stupidity , of which there are millions in both Proverbs and Yiddish, thoughts on love are much less common. In the Tanach most expressions of love are devoted to G-d, but only a few about love for your fellow man. There is of course “Love thy neighbor as yourself” which is very well known, but here are a few you might not have heard:

That last one is typically Yiddish. I’ve placed these sayings on sharable images so you can spread the love today in your own network.

Never judge someone by who they are in love with; judge them by their friends. People fall in love with the most appalling people. Take a cool, appraising glance at their pals.
– Cynthia Heimel

Charm is a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question.
– Albert Camus (1913-1960)

Love doesn’t grow on trees like apples in Eden – it’s something you have to make. And you must use your imagination too.
– Joyce Cary

This article examines the nature of love and some of the ethical and political ramifications. For the philosopher, the question “what is love?” generates a host of issues: love is an abstract noun which means for some it is a word unattached to anything real or sensible, that is all; for others, it is a means by which our being—our self and its world—are irrevocably affected once we are ‘touched by love’; some have sought to analyze it, others have preferred to leave it in the realm of the ineffable.

The philosophical treatment of love transcends a variety of sub-disciplines including epistemology , metaphysics, religion, human nature, politics and ethics . Often statements or arguments concerning love, its nature and role in human life for example connect to one or all the central theories of philosophy, and is often compared with, or examined in the context of, the philosophies of sex and gender as well as body and intentionality. The task of a philosophy of love is to present the appropriate issues in a cogent manner, drawing on relevant theories of human nature, desire, ethics, and so on.

The implication of the Platonic theory of eros is that ideal beauty, which is reflected in the particular images of beauty we find, becomes interchangeable across people and things, ideas, and art: to love is to love the Platonic form of beauty-not a particular individual, but the element they posses of true (Ideal) beauty. Reciprocity is not necessary to Plato's view of love, for the desire is for the object (of Beauty), than for, say, the company of another and shared values and pursuits.

Вероятно, серверы Твиттера перегружены или в их работе произошел кратковременный сбой. Повторите попытку или посетите страницу Статус Твиттера , чтобы узнать более подробную информацию.

Эта настройка позволяет добавлять в твиты информацию о местоположении, например название города и точные координаты, на веб-сайте и в сторонних приложениях. Вы можете удалить сведения о местоположении из своих твитов в любое время. Подробнее

With everyone’s thoughts turning to the concept of love on Valentine’s Day, I thought I share some Jewish thoughts on the theme. Unlike proverbs about stupidity , of which there are millions in both Proverbs and Yiddish, thoughts on love are much less common. In the Tanach most expressions of love are devoted to G-d, but only a few about love for your fellow man. There is of course “Love thy neighbor as yourself” which is very well known, but here are a few you might not have heard:

That last one is typically Yiddish. I’ve placed these sayings on sharable images so you can spread the love today in your own network.

Never judge someone by who they are in love with; judge them by their friends. People fall in love with the most appalling people. Take a cool, appraising glance at their pals.
– Cynthia Heimel

Charm is a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question.
– Albert Camus (1913-1960)

Love doesn’t grow on trees like apples in Eden – it’s something you have to make. And you must use your imagination too.
– Joyce Cary

This article examines the nature of love and some of the ethical and political ramifications. For the philosopher, the question “what is love?” generates a host of issues: love is an abstract noun which means for some it is a word unattached to anything real or sensible, that is all; for others, it is a means by which our being—our self and its world—are irrevocably affected once we are ‘touched by love’; some have sought to analyze it, others have preferred to leave it in the realm of the ineffable.

The philosophical treatment of love transcends a variety of sub-disciplines including epistemology , metaphysics, religion, human nature, politics and ethics . Often statements or arguments concerning love, its nature and role in human life for example connect to one or all the central theories of philosophy, and is often compared with, or examined in the context of, the philosophies of sex and gender as well as body and intentionality. The task of a philosophy of love is to present the appropriate issues in a cogent manner, drawing on relevant theories of human nature, desire, ethics, and so on.

The implication of the Platonic theory of eros is that ideal beauty, which is reflected in the particular images of beauty we find, becomes interchangeable across people and things, ideas, and art: to love is to love the Platonic form of beauty-not a particular individual, but the element they posses of true (Ideal) beauty. Reciprocity is not necessary to Plato's view of love, for the desire is for the object (of Beauty), than for, say, the company of another and shared values and pursuits.



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