storge


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storge

(ˈstɔːɡɪ)
n
natural or instinctual affection, as of a parent for a child
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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.
Lewis describes four major kinds of love in his book: storge or affection, philia or friendship, eros or romance, and agape or unconditional love.
Like Chesterton, Lewis begins with the family, where the most basic and most animal love grows: storge, or affection, illustrated by the image of a mother nursing a baby.
1998), which measures love styles, including Eros, Ludus, Storge, Pragma, Mania, and Agape.
I replied that I did, "both with storge [familial affection] and philia [friendship].
Best reception was given to the female singers, notably the young Welsh soprano Fflur Wyn who gave the most satisfying performance, returning to the role of Jephtha's daughter Iphis and Diana Montague as his wife Storge.
Simon looks primarily at Lewis' The Four Loves (1960), and she correctly points out that Lewis' taxonomy of love, though seemingly ossified and limited to four categories (agape, phileo, storge, and eros), is actually much more robust since he discusses gift-love, need-love, love for the sub-personal vs.
Emanuele and colleagues (2007) looked for associations between markers in neurotransmitter genes (the serotonin transporter gene, 5-HTT; the serotonin receptor 2A, 5HT2A; the DA D2 receptor gene, DRD2; and the DA D4 receptor gene, DRD4) and the six styles of love (eros, ludus, storge, pragma, mania, and agape).
That was storge (I still can't pronounce it--I think it is stor-gay.
Not storge, that binds parent and child and draws kin together.