Marriage: why? from philosophy in pubs
Marriage as an institution is well embedded in all cultures across the world. You could say that it is core to most societies and has been for several centuries, even millennia. However, like many other institutions in this modern era it is being scrutinised, examined and questioned. Individuals may marry for several reasons, including those relating to property; legal and heirdom; social; libidinal ; emotional; financial; spiritual and religious purposes.
How relevant is it in these modern times? What does it mean?
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