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Helm (2008) develops an account of shared activity and shared valuingat least partly with an eye to understanding friendship. He arguesthat the sense in which friends share activity is not the sort ofshared intention and plural subjecthood discussed in literature onshared intention within social philosophy (on which, see Tuomela 1995,2007; Gilbert 1996, 2000, 2006; Searle 1990; and Bratman 1999), forsuch sharing of intentions does not involve the requisite intimacy offriendship. Rather, the intimacy of friendship should be understoodpartly in terms of the friends forming a “plural agent”: agroup of people who have joint cares—a joint evaluativeperspective—which he analyzes primarily in terms of a pattern ofinterpersonally connected emotions, desires, judgments, and (shared)actions. Friendships emerge, Helm claims, when the friends form aplural agent that cares positively about their relationship, and thevariety of kinds of friendships there can be, including friendships ofpleasure, utility, and virtue, are to be understood in terms of theparticular way in which they jointly understand their relationship tobe something they care about—as tennis buddies or as lifepartners, for example.

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(For further discussion of this problem of fungibility as it arises inthe context of love, as well as discussion of a related problemconcerning whether the object (rather than the grounds) of love is aparticular person or a type of person, see Section 6 of the entry on .)

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Friendship, as understood here, is a distinctively personalrelationship that is grounded in a concern on the part of each friendfor the welfare of the other, for the other’s sake, and thatinvolves some degree of intimacy. As such, friendship is undoubtedlycentral to our lives, in part because the special concern we have forour friends must have a place within a broader set of concerns,including moral concerns, and in part because our friends can helpshape who we are as persons. Given this centrality, importantquestions arise concerning the justification of friendship and, inthis context, whether it is permissible to “trade up” whensomeone new comes along, as well as concerning the possibility ofreconciling the demands of friendship with the demands of morality incases in which the two seem to conflict.

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During the torture that follows, O'Brien becomes a sort of protector in Winston's mind. He hears O'Brien's voice in his sleep, "'Don't worry, Winston; you are in my keeping. For seven years I have watched over you" (201). Even though he knows that O'Brien is the reason that he was arrested in the first place and that he is the one who is responsible for continuing his torture, Winston still feels affection towards him. This affection is not broken even after weeks of torture: "The peculiar reverence for O'Brien, which nothing seemed able to destroy, flooded Winston's heart again" (225) in the midst of another torture session. While Winston should be full of hatred towards O'Brien, his torturer, he is full of love instead. Even when O'Brien exposes Winston to rats, the thing he fears most, in Room 101, Winston keeps loving him. Instead of hating O'Brien, Winston begins to hate Julia. The void of normal love in Oceania is filled with this strange love between the tortured and his torturer.