Pascal vs. Callwood

If Callwood and Pascal had been pre-socratics, all would be either hate or love (respectively)

June Callwood: Hate is the underlying emotion of most men. In greater or lesser quantities, people hate all their lives.

Blaise Pascal: Who can doubt that we exist only to love? Disguise it, in fact, as we will, we love without intermission.

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Some philosophical kisses

The Heidegger kiss: all your kisses are okay, but never as good as before the latinization of Greece.

A friend sent me a link to some definitions of kisses as they might be defined according to certain philosophers. E.g., and Aristotelian kiss: a kiss performed using techniques gained solely from theoretical speculation untainted by any experiential data by one who feels that the latter is irrelevant anyway.

I came up with a few others.

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