Pain, Grip, Pleading


Pain is an open grip pleading with the beloved. “Pain, grip, pleading” is triune family-kinship to give birth to existence.

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Wu, K. (2015) Pain, Grip, Pleading. Open Journal of Philosophy, 5, 268-276. doi: 10.4236/ojpp.2015.55034.

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