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- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter I
- applied to the actions of human beings. Modern science loves these
- Love, pity, and patriotism are springs of action which cannot be
- head. Love is no exception. Whenever it is not merely the expression
- the loved one. And the more idealistic these representations are,
- just so much the more blessed is our love. Here, too, thought is the
- father of feeling. It is said that love makes us blind to the
- failings of the loved one. But the opposite view can be taken,
- namely, that it is precisely for the good points that love opens the
- perceives them, and just because he does, love awakens in his soul.
- what hundreds have failed to see? Love is not theirs, because they
- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter II
- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VIII
- activity of thinking itself which is the power of love —
- spiritual love. There is no room here for the objection that thus to
- perceive love in the activity of thinking is to project into thinking
- a feeling, viz., love. This objection is, in truth, a confirmation of
- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IX
- love, and duty. [A complete
- so far as it lives in me intuitively; it is united with my love for
- love for the object, that it is I, myself, who act. At this level of
- my action, viz., my love of the action. I do not examine with my
- am in love with it. My action is “good” when my
- intuition, immersed in love, inserts itself in the right way into the
- current among men, no moral norm is my immediate guide, but my love
- well when I do it from pure love of it, than when I perform it only
- in love of action and to let live in understanding of the other's
- loves. I do not doubt this. Only a blind man could do that. But away
- morally most beloved, all that my manhood most prizes, and which
- waitest what my moral love itself will recognize as law, because it
- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIII
- freedom, sufficient income, love (sexual satisfaction), pity,
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