storge


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storge

(ˈstɔːɡɪ)
n
natural or instinctual affection, as of a parent for a child
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Jesus y Concha's love letters offer a glimpse into the evolution of a love story which is also political and reveals the continuum of the Greek categories of love: agape, phileo, storge and eros taking shape over time.
Agape, storge and even philia require dedication while eros simply needs a new object.
Lewis writes: 'The Greeks called this love storge (two syllables and the g is 'hard').
The original has 42 items, making up 6 different subscales (each with 7 items) that represent 6 different love styles EROS (passionate love) LUDUS (game-playing love) STORGE (friendship love) PRAGMA (practical love) MANIA (possessive, dependent love) AGAPE (altruistic love).
Eugene Tower Associates, 800 Willamette St, Floor 6, Remodel Existing Office Space - Add (2) Secure Storge Areas, Remodel Reception Area, Add New Conference Room, New Carpet And Paint, $140,000.
There follows one chapter on each of the four Greek words often translated into English as "love": storge, or familial affection; philia, or friendship; eras, or erotic love; and agape, or divine, benevolent love.
In the past year, Adnoc and Masdar set up a joint venture to focus on the exploration of commercial scale projects for carbon capture, usage and storge, he added.
And Lee (1973) proposed six forms of love that may combine in various ways: eros (passionate, physical), ludus (playful, unattached), storge (affectionate, friendly), pragma (sensible, compatible), mania (obsessive, feverish), and agape (selfless, compassionate).
Lewis describes four major kinds of love in his book: storge or affection, philia or friendship, eros or romance, and agape or unconditional love.
O individuo que possui um estilo de amor predominante em Ludus interage dentro do relacionamento de maneira mais descomprometida, faz da interacao conjugal um "jogo"; c) Storge, caracterizado por um estilo de relacionamento mais amigavel e companheiro.