According to "Hesiod's "Theogony, she represented sexual and social intercourse. Her siblings are said to be, among others, "Apate (Deceit) and "Nemesis (Indignation).  She was described by "Empedocles as one of the driving forces behind creation, being paired together with "Neikea (Feuds); Philotes being the force behind good things and Neikea being the force of bad things. He also identifies her with "Kypris and mentions that Philotes feels hurt and offended by life-destroying offerings and demands the abstention from animal sacrifices.
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