Derivation of Romantic

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Romantic love emerged in Southern France around A.D. 1100 as part of early medieval humanism. Today, it entirely dominates the popular cultural conversation as it continues to evolve.

Derivation of Romantic

Romantic love seeks to ennoble intimate union, aesthetically and morally, while idealizing a form of love reserved only for one unique individual to the exclusion of all others. It often sublimates sexual union (a form of the most ancient type of love) to release the imagination.

We may also romantically sublimate the passions found in other forms of the most ancient type of love in similar ways; we believe the romance of knowledge, our love of learning, is one of these. In part, romantic love was a transgress reaction against the hypocrisy of the medieval church’s economic and political contrivances, and it has never lost its tendency toward rebellion. It seeks to preserve a realm of personal intimacy outside the bounds of institutional purposes and regulations. Romanticism has many other properties, but we will concentrate on its sense of insurgence.

Sex Education

Significantly, institutional norms neuter teachers, students, and curriculum in an effort to regulate sexual and other impulses. Yet, as any teacher in middle school or beyond knows, schools are highly sexualized and impulsive places where contemporary versions of romantic love play themselves out constantly. Ironically, the students, all of whom engage in some sort of libidinal practice, must turn to popular media to receive instruction in “proper” participation.

If there is “sex education”, it is curiously cognitive, disembodied, and dispassionate; there is nowhere in the curriculum where one might learn anything about how to experience loving intimacy in mutually caring, self-understanding, and devoted ways. Under such conditions, the ideal of sublimating primordial passions to release artistic creativity and moral responsibility is impossible.

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author avatar Colekdikit
15th Oct 2014 (#)

good the good

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15th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you. :)

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author avatar Mutimut
15th Oct 2014 (#)

nice and informative article.

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16th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you for your visit here... Mutimut. :)

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
16th Oct 2014 (#)

Awesome post viewgreen

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16th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you Fern for your stopping here.. :)

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