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  • An interpretation of love and how it is defined in greek mythology


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Published: 04.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
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<Tab/>"Love as a whole has very great power, indeed, he is omnipotent, ... he is the one that has the greatest power, provides us with every happiness, and enables us to associate with one another and to be friends with the gods..."(Plato 28). Throughout history, love has governed much of what has happened. There have been reasons to love and reasons not to love. Romance, religion, and social class have all influenced people's reasoning from ancient Greece to medieval Europe and even into present times.
<Tab/>At the time of Socrates and Plato, Love was…

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