Appeared in Vol. XI, No. 1, 2

In the western philosophical tradition, eros and agape have been seen as two types of love which oppose one another. In this article, Dr. Wilhelmsen gives an analysis of the act of loving and examines the roles played by these two loves. Applying the principles of Thomistic metaphysics, he attempts to unite the two in a “transcendental Unity.”

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