PROPORTIONATE LOVE AND LITERATURE: THE REVENGE OF THE ***

Heythrop Journal, Vol. 51, p. 84-86.

 ByPatrick Madigan

The article reports that the conviction that love is likely to be proportionate to its object was basic to Greek ethics and culture. As reported, Aristotle precipitated this conviction into a principle and analyzed moral virtue as the ability to discern a subjective mean between too much and too little in every area of conduct. It is further reported that the historical books of the Old Testament are replete with perverted relationships having devastating consequences for the community.

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(Something interesting I found)Posted: Thursday, January 7, 2010 by cait
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