Don Quixote – Huxley, Dumas – Gabin, Hugo – Hamlet, Robespierre – Maxim
Zhukov – Napoleone, Esenin – Balzac, Jack – Shtirlitz, Dreiser – Dostoevsky
As Igor Kalinauskas writes, the social sense of these relations is to understand why one must be respectful or lacking respect in front of partner. These are productive relations in cases when both kindred show mutual respect, but they are totally disgusting in case of mutual disregard. When these relations lack respect virtually all activities and claims end into NOTHING. It may happen that kindred partner imposes respect, then the partner is forced to adjust to his or her wishes. Sometimes there may occur long-lasting explanations who had more merits, who had more achieved, who deserves more or less. The compromises come hardly. In these relations each partner may easily take decision about ending conjugal life, if there are too many issues for settling disputes.
These relations develops as between distant relatives. The most lovely moments are the ones you meet together. They involve in conversations only of important things, observe norms of politeness, but they fail to go deeper and seize the individual life and state of partner. Both share common perception of the world, however, understanding of the world is dissimilar. More intelligent the partners are, more these relations are tolerant, useful, interesting. Otherwise one easily hurts vulnerability of other. Distance is kept between partners, although they feel sympathies and usefulness. The transformation of person fails to take place in these relations, as partner will disagree and express opposition on this. Although there are little and frequent disputes, they turn to be unpleasant, the renewal of relations doesn’t come naturally. These relations may be useful when doing common business.