Amo, luego existo: Los filósofos y el amor by Manuel Cruz

By Manuel Cruz

A todo el mundo le gusta estar enamorado, el amor alimenta los angeles fantasía de poder ser otro sin dejar de ser el mismo. Devolvemos a l. a. personality amada l. a. imagen exagerada de sus cualidades amplificadas. Sin embargo, nuestra sociedad jalea de puertas para afuera a los enamorados y desconfía de ellos puertas para adentro.
Como el resto de humanos, los grandes pensadores vivieron intensamente, para bien o para mal, el amor. Sin embargo, ellos nos han dejado el legado de todas las principles que tuvieron sobre este sentimiento. ¿Quién no ha sentido amor platónico? ¿Quién no se ha dejado arrastrar por el deseo? ¿Quién no se ha obsesionado con el amado? ¿Cuántas veces nos hemos enamorado de l. a. imagen que nos hacemos de alguien en lugar de l. a. personality genuine?

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If a realization of T is an n-tuple of properties that satisfy this open sentence, the Ramsey sentence of T says in effect that there is a realization for T. Now, Lewis argues that there is more than one possible realization of T. Suppose that in fact the properties that realize T are the ordered triple . There might, in an alternative possible world, be a distinct triple < F*, G*, H*> that realizes it. T will be true relative to this alternative possible world just as it is true at the actual world; it is simply that the realization of the theory is different.

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