I didn't know which one to continue so I'm making a new topic.
I'm too young to have felt "love" in a way others on this forum may have but I've felt a lot of other things and I do know that our experience of the world is biological, chemical, electrical, in its base nature. You can read stuff I've written in both of those topics, I still agree with it.
However my point now, to focus on, for those that recognize the electrochemical nature of our consciousness, do you think love in humans is different from love in animals? Why or why not?
And if you don't fall in the above camp (due to religious dogma most likely) then how is your definition of love different from mine and do you think it's an infinite thing?
In other words I want to know if you're a 'love cynic' or a 'love believer' and why And remember that your brain can fool you. If you take MDMA and fall in love with a painting on the wall does that count as love in its special way? lol
Edited by unreality, 24 August 2010 - 02:06 AM.