Name Instructor Course Date Philosophy: Love Thoughts Expository Love is an emotion that human beings experiences. It also means a feeling tenderness passion kindness or pleasure towards someone or something else. In human beings love is a powerful emotion that drives them crazy and out of their minds. The feeling of love for oneself is always different compared to the feeling of love towards your partner and also different from parental love. The emotion of love comes differently to people depending on their environmental circumstances. According to Plato’s explanatory of love love exists in different ways. By looking at an example of a friendship-love two people in that relationship experiences emotions toward each other. If the amatory love can be changed to friendship then this may lead up to an enjoyable life which is well understood and characterized by passion and desire in a kind of reasonable way of and have a feeling for each other then that is merely a true love. In conclusion as a human being in life one can experience love with his or her children lover or any other person you always live with. Many people experience true love in their first love because they are not afraid to let a person in their heart. In other words while in love you can experience pain and challenges according to your lover’s upsets though many get annoyed and frustrated. Some make sacrifices just for the happiness and joy of the other. Lovers should try their best not to hurt each other either emotionally or physically. Love at some point is jealousy and of pride many suffer while engaging in it. Works Cited Kosman Louis A. Plato and Aristotle: The Genesis of Western Thought. Recorded Books 2010. Samuel Irene. Plato and Milton. Cornell UP 1947. [...]
Divided in two parts: expository= 60% and crtical=40%. Expository:explain the why of everything, why of the platos thoughts about love. Why is philosophically important this topic. Neutral explanatory. Critical: opinion, explain an objection and a response. must have a tittle 5 pages long, double spaced. 12 font, times new roman. it must have two academic sources and a work cited page.