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The construct of passion evolved from ancient Greece to the current day. Initially, passion was a philosophical term used to refer to a number of affective constructs (emotions, feelings, sentiments, etc.). Passion was seen as maladaptive by Greek philosophers, such as Plato. This was because ...

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