Greek Loves Test
The Ancient Greeks recognized different types of love: Bestowal, duty, union, and ascent. Though we all have different hopes and desires, wishes and dreams that we hope to experience through love, modern culture nevertheless tends to speak of love as if it were just one thing. Hence, a paradox of the modern age is that while our culture may at times seem to concern itself with little besides love, the way that it depicts love is nevertheless profoundly one-sided. To this end, it might be helpful to go back to the Greeks in order to clarify one's preferences and personal dispositions in love.
Question 1 of 48
Love is about "something for something" and tit for tat.
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Though several authors and philosophers have proposed their own typologies of Greek Loves, our test follows the work of Irving Singer, professor of philosophy at MIT, and his masterpiece 'The Nature of Love: Plato to Luther' (Random House 1966). As argued in our articles on the Greek Loves, Singer's conception of the Greek Loves is closer to that of Greeks like Plato and Aristotle than the ones espoused by C.S. Lewis, Erich Fromm, and the like.
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