|From:||taliesin the storyteller <taliesin@...>|
|Date:||Monday, December 2, 2002, 9:50|
I've lost track of the threading here...
* Roger Mills said on 2002-12-01 08:26:19 +0100
> Muke Tever wrote:
> (With snips)
> From: "Roger Mills" <romilly@...>
> > > éeme love for one neither liked nor respected
> > > Yes
> > Could someone give an example? Surely love must include either likeing or
> > respect.
> > Beh ? Since when?
> > Easiest example I can think of is love for family.
> I stand by my statement-- if one does not like or respect someone, including
> one's family members, then IMO you can't call it love, it's something else.
> Indifference? Bemused tolerance, maybe?
It is perfectly possible to love (as in 'being in love', not 'falling in
love', now that's something that needs better words in English!) someone
and hate them at the same time, or be disgusted by them, or disrespect them.
Might lead to the 'lover' being ashamed of his/her/its feelings though.
I think (being in) love is an emotion that can be combined with just about
any other emotion, except the Global Emotional Exception: apathy.
t., and ambivalence is the name of the game