Re: Is it possible to...
I don't find this to be a very practical question. It is indeed quite akin to philosophy or rather to speculation.
First of all, you'd have to define what love is.
Does anyone know what love is exactly? Or has love a different definition for each different person?
Anyway, I will try to answer the question in terms of a stable relationship of a couple, which seems to be the most frequent and weighty manifestation of love.
Then I'd say: No, it is impossible to love someone whom you don't know. In order to build a stable relationship with someone, you have got to know them pretty well.
But on the other hand you shouldn't try to know them perfectly well, to know everything about them. Because in this case, the other person will lose some of his or her fascination. You are going to be bored by your total knowledge of them.
Moreover, when you think you know someone completely, you may consider yourself to be their owner, and of course this will corrode your relationship and render you unwarrantedly prepotent.
Fortunately, it is usually impossible to know everything about someone else. That is what gives love its charm.
Hope this helps you.