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Paul and love patriarchalism: Problems and prospects  [cached]
K. Syreeni
In die Skriflig , 2003, DOI: 10.4102/ids.v37i3.475
Abstract: The term “love patriarchalism” (Liebespatriarchalismus) was coined in the 1970s by Gerd Theissen in his seminal sociological studies on Paul and the Corinthian community. The idea of “love patriarchalism” itself goes back to Ernst Troeltsch, who in his publication, Die Soziallehren der christlichen Kirchen und Gruppen (1912), described the social relations of early Christian, in particular in Pauline communities, as representing a “Typus des christlichen Patriarchalismus”. Troeltsch stressed the conservative basic outlook of this strand of Christianity, and noted that this "religi se Patriarchalismus" was marked by the ideal of love, a hierarchic church structure, and a certain view of family relations. The Troeltsch-Theissen concept has been criticised by feminist and liberation-theological scholars for its political conservatism. While this criticism is understandable, but in itself no less politically conditioned, the exegetical problems rather lie in the generalising nature of the concept. However, it depicts one extremely influential post-Pauline stream of tradition, and raises vital questions concerning Paul’s contribution to this development.
KE EC -Z DE ZZET MOLL AND HIS GARDEN OF LOVE / KE EC -Z DE ZZET MOLL VE GüLSEN- ASK’I
Bar?s KARACASU
Turkish Studies , 2009,
Abstract: Ke eci-zade zzet Molla is regarded as one of thelast representatives of the Ottoman court poetry. And hiswork Gülsen-i Ask [Garden of Love] is a relatively shortmystic mathnawi. The critics of zzet Molla are mainlyfocusing on three issues in connection with his Gülsen-iAsk: Firstly, they claim that the most importantcharacteristic of the mathnawi is zzet Molla’s being themain character of the story. Secondly, the Gülsen-i Ask was composed under heavy influence of Mawlawiyya andtraces of Mawlawiyya can be followed through the text.Lastly, the mathnawi was written to resemble Hüsn ü Ask[Beauty and Love] of Seyh Galip or at least Hüsn ü Askinfluenced zzet in writing his own poem. Besides sharingthe transcribed text of Gülsen-i Ask this article also aimsto summarise the preceding comments on the mathnawi.
Summary and Outlook  [PDF]
G. Veneziano
Physics , 1997,
Abstract: This will be more of an outlook than a summary ...
“Love” Phenomenon and Neurobiology of Love Relations  [PDF]
Ali Evren Tufan,?rem Yalu?
Psikiyatride Guncel Yaklasimlar , 2010,
Abstract: The biology; especially the neurobiological features of the “love” phenomenon has recently started to attract attention. Love relations and attachment, which is closely related with them, are known to be important in health and disease. Love and love relations are found to be complex neurobiological phenomena based on activation of the limbic system of the brain. Those processes involve oxytocin, vasopressin, dopamine and serotonergic functions. Additionally, endorphine and endogenous opiate systems as well as nitrous oxide play role in those processes. The stages of love and love relations may demonstrate different neurochemical and neurophysiological features and may partially overlap with m aternal, romantic and sexual love and attachments. The aim of this article is to evaluate the common neurobiological pathways underlying the “love” phenomenon as well as their importance in medicine and health.
Love founded in God: The fruits of love in Kierkegaard’s ‘Works of love’  [cached]
Jos Huls
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v67i3.1117
Abstract: This article discussed the use of the Bible in ‘Love’s hidden life and its recognizability by its fruits’, which is the first reflection of S ren Kierkegaard’s book, Works of love. Firstly, this article discussed Kierkegaard’s lack of clarity about the fruits of love, even though he stresses their divine origin. Secondly, it reflected on his argument that, even though deeds are more important than words, words remain necessary because of the need to express love to others. In a following section he points out that neither specific words nor particular works of love can demonstrate that love exists. One needs to distinguish between works of love and the attitude with which works are done. Thirdly, it pointed out how Kierkegaard argues that the inability to demonstrate love unconditionally does not negate that love is to be known by its fruits. It is rather a personal incitement to love for the sake of love itself. Noting that there is no direct relationship between the fruits of love and the actual effects our love has on others, he points to the fact that the result of love is in the hands of God. He then argues that though fruits of love may be invisible, they become apparent in the strength of our love. The only responsibility we have is to follow love as the divine movement of our heart. In the final part of his reflection, Kierkegaard notes that there is no other way to enter into the reality of love than to believe in it. This implies that one should be careful of making demands on someone in a loving relationship. What is needed is to become rooted in love as the divine source of the heart so that one will understand that this unseen reality is the foundation of existence in which one is known by the Other, whose essence is love. How to cite this article: Huls, J., 2011, ‘Love founded in God: The fruits of love in Kierkegaard’s “Works of love”’, HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 67(3), Art. #1117, 10 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/hts.v67i3.1117
Love Is Not an Emotion  [PDF]
Enrique Burunat
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.714173
Abstract: Romantic love—referred to as love—, is a physiological drive, but society has come to understand it as an emotion. Nevertheless, many researchers, mainly psychologists, have established its impulsive and motivational characteristics, which are even similar to those of addictive drug abuse. However, many professionals in the field of psychology and psychiatry still consider love to be a complex emotion or feeling. This article describes some of the causes and consequences of the extensive confusion between love and emotion. Some reasons to consider love as a physiological motivation, like hunger, thirst, sleep and sexuality are also summarized. A Love Withdrawal Syndrome is proposed. It concludes by highlighting the urgency to eliminate love from the catalogue of emotions in psychology, as an item or cluster in psychological tests, and also as an emotional mental function, by contributing to its dramatic consequences, mainly divorces, suicides and femicides.
The Intellectual life of Shah Ismail 1 and his Care, Love, Respect Towards his Mother Tongue (Turkish) (907-930A.H/1487-1524)
Mohammad Karim Yousefjamali,Azar Gholizadeh Sarabi
Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Turkmens and the back-bone of the king s power and army, showed a great respect and concerns towards the Turkish language and Its related literature.Along with the progress of Turkificalion of the Safavid court and army in the beginning, the Turkish language, because of the strength behind it gained prestige and influence ewer the Persian language.Besides, at the same period the acute influence of Turkish language on Persian society reached such a level that countless Persian literary men left the country and for the better life went to India and the Ottoman Empire. For this reasons and so on the contemporary historians believe that the Persian language arid literature had its high decline and “at any rate no doubt that during the Safavid period literature and poetry in Persia had sunk to a very low ebb and that not one single poet; of the first rank on be rekond as representing this epoch.”In this paper the writer has in mind to shed light on Shah Ismail s care love, respect and poetical works and show his ability in composing works as Gazal, Qasideh and quatrains.
The Republic against Impossible Love  [cached]
?. Hakan D?nmez
Fe Dergi : Feminist Ele?tiri , 2010,
Abstract: In this study, “Hüküm Gecesi”, “Ankara” and “Hep O ark ” named novels of Karaosmano lu were analyzed referring to his other novels. Karaosmano lu is one of the enlightened people that shares republic idea, worked in his all novels except in “Ankara”, the critics of tradition and past with parallel to “impossible love” fiction. But, he only studied about “possible love” in his “Ankara” novel. Traditional and patriarchal concepts of Karaosmano lu also formed relations with political power, expressed by metaphor of “impossible love” coated with man pride and woman pudicity. Karaosmano lu idealized the sample of modern concept depended on science and logic in “Ankara” novel by the fiction of “possible love”. In 1956, the reasons of his turning back to fiction of “impossible love” in his last novel “Hüküm Gecesi” are considered according to political and social appearance in his period.
The Concept of Love in Lithuanian Folklore and Mythology  [cached]
Doc dr. Daiva ?e?kauskait?
Journal of Arts and Humanities , 2013,
Abstract: Love is a reserved feeling, meaning amiability and complete internecine understanding. The concept of love has always been important for human world outlook and attitude. Love can have different meaning and expression – for some people it is a nice, warm feeling, a way of action and behaviour, for others it is nothing more than a sexual attraction. As there are different perceptions of love, there also exist few common love manifestations: love can be maternal, childish, juvenile, sexual. Love can also be felt for a home land, own nation, home. Naturally love can be expressed through the particular rituals, symbols and signs. Folk songs introduce four main lover characteristics: beauty, sweetness, kindness and boon. The later feature means that a girl/ boy is supposed to be well-set, to be pleasant and comfortable to touch which is very important when choosing a wife or a husband. Love in folklore is expressed through the common metaphorical and allegorical symbols, it doesn‘t sound as explicit word – more like a metaphor or epithet. Love in folklore can be perceived and felt very differently. Love like an action – love like... special person, essential possession. Prime personal characteristics, such as kindness, tenderness, humility, are the ones to light the love fire as well as beauty, artfulness, eloquence also help. Love is supposed to lead to the sacred sacrament of marriage. Love, if real, is a serious subject. Love is worth dying for. Strong love leads to self-sacrifice. Fairy tales satirize infidelity stressing that love is right only between a wife and a husband while other options are considered as inglorious and wrong. Love, as an incest, is also common in our folklore.
A SUFI POET MAHREMI OF GAZIANTEP WHO LIVED IN GAZIANTEP IN THE 19TH CENTURY AND HIS WORK HIS THOUGHTS ABOUT REAL LOVE AND REAL BELOVED XIX. YüZYIL ANTEPL MUTASAVVIF A R MAHREM VE D VANI’NDA HAK K A K VE HAK K SEVG L TEZAHüRLER  [PDF]
Halil ?brahim YAKAR
Turkish Studies , 2010,
Abstract: A Sufi Poet Mahremi of Gaziantep Who Lived in Gaziantep in The 19th Century And His Work His Thoughts About Real Love And Real BelovedThis work is about the real love and real beloved in the poems published in the divan of a sufi poet Mahremi of Gaziantep who lived in Gaziantep in the 19th century, about whom no research has been done so far. First of all, the life of the poet was touched, then by analyzing the form and the style of his work his thoughts about real love and real beloved were going to determined.Mahrem wrote his poems in the traditional sufi religious literature. He wrote his poems in a plain and understandable poems with the aims of spreading his ideas in which he believed in a sincere way to his environment. He used his poems to explain love of God, love of prophet and Ehl-i Beyt, unity treatment, the philosphy of unity of entities (vahdet-i vücut), the idea of existence, religious treatments, and the struggle of wishes. The emphasis of real love seen almost in his all poems is related to his life and tarikat. It is possible to encounter to his all st lah of sufism system in all his poetry. The couplets he wrote which he transformed sufi senses into the words is convenient to sufi literature and content from the aspect of meaning and harmony. Mahrem didn’t give place to another subjects except sufi senses and ideas. He wrote the proses about sufi path in order that the divine love reaches to its final aim. Every poem of Mahrem is related to Sufism in direct or indirect way. Every word said with the meaning of love is related to divine love. He reflected his emotions to his poems as a religious man. The lyrical aspect of divine love is seen in his all poems. He reflected the sufi ethic and manner to his poems. Bu ara t rma, XIX. yüzy lda Antep’te ya ayan ve bugüne kadar üzerinde bilimsel bir al ma yap lmayan mutasavv f air Mahrem ve Divan ’ndaki hakik a k ve hakik sevgilinin, iirlerine yans mas hakk ndad r. al mada nce airin hayat ortaya konmu , sonra Divan’ n n ekil ve üslup zellikleri incelenerek iirlerindeki hakik a k ve hakik sevgili hakk ndaki dü ünceleri tespit edilmi tir. Mahrem , din -tasavvuf edebiyat gelene i i inde kaleme ald iirlerinde, samimi olarak inand fikirleri evresine yaymak ve i indeki co kun duygular , lirizmle d a vurmak gayesiyle sade ve anla l r iirler s ylemi tir. Allah a k n , peygamber ve Ehl-i Beyt sevgisini, tevhid akidesini, varl k dü üncesini, vahdet-i vücut felsefesini, din akideleri, nefis mücadelesini ifade i in, iiri bir vas ta olarak kullanm t r. Hemen bütün iirler
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