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Sigmund Freud's works of psychology are greatly disputed. It makes me feel weird when people still listen to him.
and in this case: I'd say that what Aristotle said would most accurately work in the case of the feud in R+J.
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thanks sorry new to this and needed help
as well make sure you close the question when it is answered, as well as thank and choose a best response
"Rene Descartes said hate was the urge to withdraw from something that is thought bad. >>>> He didn't withdraw from anything. Aristotle saw hate as the incurable desire to annihilate an object. >>>> Yep! THIS! He really wanted to destroy them! In psychology, Sigmund Freud defined hate as an ego state that wishes to destroy the source of its unhappiness." >>>> Eh, Shakespeare didn't directly mention any ego envolved.
@dumbsearch2 as well if you use an outside source you need to source it
Read the book. I learned it from the book- but a lot of the movies have a similar plot. The one by Franco Zeffirelli is quite nice :)
i am busy with Gullivers Travels by Johnathan Swift
But here: http://shakespeare.mit.edu/romeo_juliet/full.html
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