LOVE is perfect: from Philomena to Etienne

6 04 2014
The concept of “perfection” (according to its oldest definition) goes back to Aristotle. In his book, Delta of the Metaphysics, Aristotle makes three distinctions in the meaning of the term. What is perfect is that:

1. which is complete — which contains all the requisite parts;
2. which is so good that nothing of the kind could be better;
3. which has attained its purpose.

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