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The Nature of Love

by Emmanuel Berl

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Novelty

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFred Rothwell (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9404563M
    ISBN 101417902086
    ISBN 109781417902088

      The Nature of Love is a collection of short stories about real people. Their lives and experiences reflect the many paths we have all walked. By journeying down these roads once more, many of our memories will be re-experienced. The Nature of Love reinforces the importance of what the author has always believed—giving love to someone is special, sharing love with someone is pure . The first is to see love as a form of selfishness, that the beloved is a mere means to the lover’s own happiness or self-actualization. The second is to think that love must be entirely altruistic, and that any desire for a requital of love and for union with the beloved is a sort of selfish corruption of love’s true nature.

    The Nature of God's Love. K likes. For a POWERFUL NEW book about the radical and extravagant nature of God's LOVE called "The Nature of His Love" Followers: K.   Toni Morrison explores the nature of love. As we move through the book, we learn about the love that is the root of their enmity: They were childhood best friends, two berries on a .   The 10 best nature books He met a marvellous woman too and the antidepressant drugs helped but his book sings with love and wonder as much as it .

    Love is scripted, with predictable acts, scenes, and lines. Travel. Love is a journey. War. Love is a series of battles in a devastating but continuing war. Student-teacher. Love is a relationship between a student and a teacher. Key References. Sternberg, R. J., & Grajek, S. (). The nature of love. For anyone who is in love, has ever been in love, or wants to love, Helen Fisher’s Why We Love is a fascinating and eye-opening examination of the forces behind passion, attraction, lust and romance. From the chemical reactions of love at first sight to the adrenaline rush of forbidden lust to the warm and comfy-cozy feelings of finding The One, this book presents the reader with a. The best conception of love, Marcus Nordlund contends, and hence the best framework for its literary analysis, must be a fusion of evolutionary, cultural, and historical explanation. It is within just such a bio cultural nexus that Nordlund explores Shakespeare’s treatment of different forms of by:


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