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The Four Loves

Our everyday concerns organize our lives. Now and then, however, we find ourselves jolted out of our complacency in something vastly more important than our immediate desires and interests, something not of this world. From Plato to Kant, “philosophers have tried to capture the particular way that beauty dawns on us” (Scruton 2011). In fact, beauty shines on us in the ordinary things, like a sudden ray of sunlight or a surge of love. In fact, love is the beauty that we speak about. It is found in a sudden burst of sunlight which dawns our appreciation for it. A surge of erotic love that we have for our beloved. The solace found in the agreement between friends. The awe of kind intention that

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