Philosophy is a reflective, higher-level field: it seeks to answer questions about other fields and human practices. Moral philosophy, for example, raises questions about ethical human conduct, seeking to find out what are right and wrong actions, good and bad people, and good and bad policies and institutions. Like other fields in philosophy, the issues involved in philosophizing about love, sex, and marriage fall into two groups: conceptual and evaluative. The first are concerned with defining and clarifying concepts, the second with assessing whether particular actions and practices are good or bad, in the moral sense, but also in other senses. Romantic love has an important place in human life. The feeling of being in love is delicious, euphoric, and powerful. Being with the beloved provides the lover with the most wonderful and pleasurable moments in life.