Philia

Philia (ə or ə; φιλία), often translated `brotherly love`, is one of the four ancient Greek words for love: philia, storge, agape and eros. In Aristotle`s Nicomachean Ethics, philia is usually translated as `friendship` or affection. == Aristotle`s view == As Gerard Hughes points out, in Books VIII and IX Aristotle gives examples of p...
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Philia

[Greco-Roman magic] Out of all of the forms of love magic that existed in the Greco-Roman world, the two most common were eros and philia. Unlike eros, which was more commonly used by men, philia magic was utilized by women and others who were considered to be social inferiors. Since there was an emphasis on service to the state in Greco-Ro...
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