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- Title: PoSA: Chapter I: The Conscious Human Deed
- of action of human beings. Modern natural science loves such analogies. When
- animal desires, our motives are always permeated by thoughts. Love, pity and
- The way to the heart is through the head. Love is no exception.
- it depends on the representation we form of the loved one. And the more
- love. Here too, thought is the father of feeling. It is said: Love makes us
- blind to the failings of the loved one. But this also holds good the other
- way round, and it can be said: Love opens the eyes just for the good
- qualities of the loved one. Many pass by these good qualities without
- noticing them. One, however, sees them, and just because he does, love
- something, of which hundreds have none. They have no love because they lack
- Title: PoSA: Chapter II: The Fundamental Urge For Knowledge
- With clutching organs, in love's sturdy lust;
- Title: PoSA: Chapter VIII: The Factors of Life
- itself, the power of spiritual love. The objection should not be made that
- to see love in active thinking is to transfer into thinking a feeling,
- namely love. This objection is in truth a confirmation of what is said here.
- Title: PoSA: Chapter IX: The Idea of Freedom
- love and duty.
- principle is united with my love for what I want to accomplish by my
- the progress of culture. Only when I follow my love for the object is it I
- source of my conduct within myself, namely, my love for the deed. I do not
- love for it. My action will be “good” if my intuition, immersed in
- love, exists in the right way within the relationship between things; this
- love for this deed. I feel no compulsion — neither the compulsion of
- when it is done out of love, than when I do it solely for the reason that I
- To live in love of the action and to let live, having
- nothing beloved or endearing, but you demand submission,” you “lay down a
- beloved, all that is most worthy of my humanity, you make me no one's
- servant, you do not merely lay down a law, but wait for what my moral love
- Title: PoSA: Chapter XIII: The Value of Life
- income, love (sexual enjoyment), pity, friendship and family life, honor,
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