Love Emotional State

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A Love Emotional State is a emotional state that represents a love relationship (where a person includes a loved one in their personal concern).



  1. Oxford Illustrated American Dictionary (1998) + Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary (2000)
  2. Merriam Webster Dictionary
  3. Fromm, Erich; The Art of Loving, Harper Perennial (1956), Original English Version, ISBN 978-0-06-095828-2
  4. C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves, 1960.
  5. Stendhal, in his book On Love (Paris, 1822), distinguished carnal love, passionate love, a kind of uncommitted love that he called "taste-love", and love of vanity. Denis de Rougemont in his book Love in the Western World traced the story of passionate love (l'amour-passion) from its courtly to its romantic forms. Benjamin Péret, in the introduction to his Anthology of Sublime Love (Paris, 1956), further distinguished "sublime love", a state of realized idealisation perhaps equatable with the romantic form of passionate love.
  6. (J. Mascaró, translator)
  7. Helen Fisher. Why we love: the nature and chemistry of romantic love. 2004.