Such sallow youth are best left to Platonic love, it's more proper, and to them, quite as entertaining.
She shows her Platonic love of enlightenment in strange ways.
The phrase "Platonic love" is on the lips of many, but, as a rule, something very different from Plato's own doctrine is meant.
Would that the six months of our Platonic love had been prolonged into a lifetime, instead of yielding place to sensuality!
"All the same, I would like to take the liberty of adding a little anecdote to the chapter of Platonic love," said Heinrich.
That Platonic love does exist is true, as it has in the past and will in the future.
Call it, if you will, Platonic love, and define it to be an exalted friendship.
It was, in short, I said, of the true platonic kind; or I had no notion of what Platonic love was.'
Platonic love and the ton galant were the texts for innumerable follies which finally reacted upon the Samedis.
Platonic love then concerns only the soul, and the union of lover and beloved is simply a union of their souls.