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Lee reflects on the proposition made by Plato who, in the year 380 BC, in his work 'The Symposium," proposed three forms of love: Eros, Storge
, and Ludus (Garcia et al.
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.
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).
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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.