Although I would contest the “only”, as there are other contexts where they general or abstract terms can exist, depending on what one considers valid evidence.

Although I would contest the “only”, as there are other contexts where they general or abstract terms can exist, depending on what one considers valid evidence.

“Does Love Exist?” – looks up concept, finds analogy that ties concept to something tangible. The something tangible might be behavioral, societal, a statue of Love, Laws of Love, etc… all of which can lead someone right back to Platonism if they’re not careful, because it can be said, “Love exists” in _some_ rough shapes that seem to correspond to the perfected forms, therefore the perfected forms must exist somewhere… and… of course, they do…

..as written in the place you read about the concept.

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