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|24 Similarly, Aristotle makes “partnership” (joimym ̧a) definitive of friendship: “|
partnership (joimym ̧a) is the essence of friendship”;25 “all friendship involves
partnership (joimym ̧a)”;26 “friendship is essentially a partnership” (joimym ̧a ...
|The Manufacturer as a Partner Many Intangible Factors, Especially the Capacity |
for Personal Friendship, Aid in the ... For business is essentially a series of
partnerships — the partnership of the consumer and merchant; of merchant and ...
James Harris, Linda Roussel - 2010 - 318 pages
|The development of partnerships between educators, clinicians, and |
communities is an essential element to the successful implementation of the CNL
... Their work established attributes forpartnership “Friendship is essentially a
|Among friendships of pleasure, Aristotle classes attachments of erotic love. ... |
grounds that they always consist somehow in the attraction of opposites, whereas
he says the best friendships involve partners ... thing, especially on the man's
side, and wholly inferior to the mature and essentially unerotic partnership it ends
|Friendship is a relationship colored in terms of both partners, not just one. |
Sometimes it might favor one over the other, but fundamentally and ever it is
about both. I sense that friendship is essentially a reciprocal proposition, not an
|Although some relational contract partners might displayemotional susceptibility,|
allfriendships must display this ... are clear differences between friendships
andparties torelational contracts as a general matter: friendships are essentially ...
|Brenda's relationship with Marge and Harry is essentially a fun friendship. Almost |
everyone in our study, ... Harriet is single, though she has recently met someone
whom she hopes will become a long-term partner. Friendship is very important ...
Clyde Hendrick, Susan S. Hendrick - 2000 - 476 pages
|or between dyads), but separation of actor and partner effects can occur only with |
mixed predictor variables. ... by his or her role in the family (e.g., mother, father),
whereas in friendship networks, individuals are essentially nondistinguishable.
Hugh Carrie Foot, Anthony J. Chapman, Jean R. Smith - 1995 - 396 pages
|Essentially, the sequence begins with contextual information (such as |
socioeconomic status, dress, physical appearance) that casts little direct light
upon a partner's personality but is useful background. The sequence ends—
much later— with ...
|In fact, from her very prescribed function as his housekeeper, his permitted |
sexual partner, and the mother of his ... friendship was essentially a league
between trustworthy members of their own sex for mutual support and
furtherance of their ...