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Matt the cat
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Lol i recon you have been watching Donny Darco... this has always confused me, i think it should be Love and hate
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(Original post by Matt the cat)
Lol i recon you have been watching Donny Darco... this has always confused me, i think it should be Love and hate
hmmm... I thought that but decided against it because love and hate are too similar. You need to love before you can hate I think.
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(Original post by rIcHrD)
Love or Fear?

definatley love
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Love is merely an exstension of horniness in our primeval brain whereas fear is something that is caused by pre-cognitive instincts.
Notice animals they get scared but they don't seem to "love"
But what about the 'love' of a family member....that is hardly horniness!
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There are many cases of animals - and not just the domesticated veriety in human company - showing commitment and affection to us and one another, and while this may ultimately be behaviour that mearly fits a physicaly pre-ordaned extention of their more basic survival patterns, you could say the same about us, as nothing we do is beyond the ability of our brain, else we would not be able to do it!

I therefore suggest that, as the principals of love, affection and fear are build on the same pysical foundations of the more complex life forms to reproduce, stay safe and protect the young or vunerable in their community, some animals do indeed 'love.'
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Sorry, Richard, I did mean to reply. That was a poor example I gave - perhaps something better would be something less dramatic that doesn't involve any empethetical fear but I should be studying for this damn essay and so the thinking-time has to be directed elswhere.. :0(
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(Original post by diggergig)
Sorry, Richard, I did mean to reply. That was a poor example I gave - perhaps something better would be something less dramatic that doesn't involve any empethetical fear but I should be studying for this damn essay and so the thinking-time has to be directed elswhere.. :0(
hehe - good luck with the essay. No need to be sorry .
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