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Running head: THEMES FROM THE HUMANITIES IN EARLY MIDDLE AGES 1 Themes from the Humanities in Early Middle Ages Gustavo Pérez HUM/100 Introduction to Humanities: The Ancient World to Medieval Times April 11, 2015 Hayden Roberts
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THEMES FROM THE HUMANITIES IN EARLY MIDDLE AGES 2 Themes from the Humanities in Early middle Ages Love is a word that is present in everyday conversation. Usually the term is associated with romantic love, a passionate relationship between two people with an important influence on their interpersonal and sexual relations with each other. However, the term also applies to other different, such as platonic love or family love relationships, and also in a broader sense speaks of love for God, nature, humanity as a whole (which is often associated with empathy), and others. In most cases it means a great affection for something that brings pleasure or happiness to who performs the action of love. In humans, love is a real feeling. In the most common cases it is the result of an emotion based on attraction and admiration from one subject to another, which may or may not be reciprocated. This intensifies interpersonal relationships between one person and another who,
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