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Kyle P. Hubbard
Saint Anselm College
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    Augustine on Human Love for God.Kyle P. Hubbard - 2012 - American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 86 (2):203-222.
    Augustine believes that loving God is the proper end of human life. But what does it mean to love God? Following Anders Nygren’s influential critique, the common interpretation is that the central thrust of Augustine’s account of love for God is Platonic eros. However, I will argue that the main element of human love for God is not eros but philia, the desire for friendship with the beloved. Understanding Platonic eros as one element among others of human love for God (...)
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    Idolatrous Friendship in Augustine’s Confessions in Advance.Kyle Hubbard - forthcoming - Philosophy and Theology.
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    The Unity of Eros and Agape: On Jean-Luc Marion's Erotic Phenomenon.Kyle Hubbard - 2011 - Essays in Philosophy 12 (1):9.
    This essay evaluates Jean-Luc Marion’s claim in The Erotic Phenomenon that eros and agape are “two names selected among an infinity of others in order to think and to say the one love” . I will defend his attempt to unite agape and eros against Jacques Derrida’s claim that we must love without any desire for reciprocity. Additionally, I will indicate what implications Marion’s account of love has for a discussion of love and its reasons. Marion correctly identifies the paradox (...)
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