How is "My Love for Philosophy" different from "I Love Philosophy"?
- PLv 74 months agoFavorite Answer
"My love" is owning the subject, "I love" is a subjective association
- username_hiddenLv 74 months ago
In one of those phrases 'love' is a verb, in the other one it is a noun.
- Mike WLv 74 months ago
The former is a sentence fragment while the latter is a complete sentence.
- Anonymous4 months ago
It's not a philosophical matter. Wrong forum. Go to the Education and Reference category please.
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- j153eLv 74 months ago
"My Love" is the objectified topic (presumably under discussion) re subject of Philosophy. Similar to "What I Did on Holiday."
"I Love" is the personal statement toward the subject of Philosophy. Similar to "I Love Holidays."