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Yet, an inescapable truth would seem to be that parental love serves as the backdrop for that choice; for when parental love is as it should be, that child comes to have a deep sense of worth that is entirely independent of merely fulfilling the wishes of another, namely the parents in this case. If I may invoke and extend the use of Kantian language, when parental love is as it should be, the child profoundly experiences being valued as an end and not as a means. The child is emotionally configured in that way when parental love is as it should be.
However, that is another matter entirely. Understandably, Leslie is simply furious with Adrian and has doubts about whether their friendship can continue precisely because Adrian’s action has a level of intentionality to it that is entirely at odds with his respect for Leslie. Indeed, Adrian’s action has all the air of utter indifference or callousness to it. Needless to say, Leslie’s reaction is not at all unlike the kind of reaction that a person has when it is discovered that her or his romantic partner has been intentionally unfaithful.
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