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Are love and sexual attraction completely unrelated?

philosophically speaking are they related at all? If yes, what is the best argument to prove it? A boring "think about it" answer. You should ask yourself what you mean by "...
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Are love and sexual attraction completely unrelated?

Eros is not a feeling, nor an emotion — so calling them “different feelings” is misleading. The two are clearly connected, but the explanation is illusive. Some examples, “Of course I love you, but ...
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Ethical evaluation of outcomes vs actions

The terms normative ethics and meta-ethics can be slippery at times. However, in general both 1 and 2 that you have listed would fall more into the normative ethics side of things. To answer your ...
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Ethical evaluation of outcomes vs actions

Roughly speaking, you describe the demarcation line between deontological and consequentialist ethics. Deontological ethics roughly evaluate an action by the primary reason the person had to do it ...
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Ethical evaluation of outcomes vs actions

No what is right and wrong in a UNIVERSAL sense is what MORALITY is about --NOT Ethics. So you are confusing the terminology as most common folk do. Ethics as a practical field always has a committee ...
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Is Utilitarianism a theory of normative ethics or meta-ethics?

Utilitarianism is a normative ethical theory since it is theory about how we ought to act morally speaking. The simplest version says roughly: the morally optimal action is the action which maximizes ...
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