3 edition of The nature of love found in the catalog.
by Philosophical Lib.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PS3513.I25 N3 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||115|
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.
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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.
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Written toward the end of his career, The Nature of Love absolutely reflects the insights of a brilliant and articulate philosopher, after a culmination of a life of love. Dietrich von Hildebrand must have been an unspeakably great husband; this work is unlike any I've come across in my two years of by: 6.
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The Nature of Love: Vol. 1 Plato to Luther (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press,) pages The Greek, Roman, and Christian periods in the history of love: Plato, Aristotle, Ovid, Lucretius, Medieval thinkers, and Luther. This is more a history of philosophy as recorded in books3/5(1).
Irving Singer's trilogy The Nature of Love has been called "majestic" (New York Times Book Review), "monumental" (Boston Globe), "one of the major works of philosophy in our century" (Noûs), "wise and magisterial" (Times Literary Supplement), and a "masterpiece of critical thinking [that] is a timely, eloquent, and scrupulous account of/5.
His books in the s on man and woman broke new ground and stirred up fruitful controversy. Toward the end of his life he wrote a foundational book on love, The Nature of Love. He had in fact been preparing all his life to write this work; he was so drawn to Early on Dietrich von Hildebrand distinguished himself as a thinker with an unusual understanding of human love/5(1).
He was the author of the trilogies The Nature of Love and Meaning in Life, Philosophy of Love: A Partial Summing-Up, Mozart and Beethoven: The Concept of Love in Their Operas, all published by the MIT Press, and many other by: Classic article in the history of psychology, that showes beyond any doubt, that not food is the primary stimulus to cause a child to get attached to its mother (traditional psychoanalytic view), but instead tactile stimuli 5/5.
Voyage to the Heart: The Nature of Love (Unified Love Book 1) by Cameron Macdonald is a fascinating book that talks about love. It is the first time I read a /5(10).
In this article, we will be dealing with several aspects of the nature of love. These are more or less universal principles about what it is and how it grows and works. You provide the context for this, as love is a central element in so many aspects of life: marriage, family, dating friendship, work and church, for example.
In This Article. Harry Harlow was one of the first psychologists to scientifically investigate the nature of human love and affection. Through a series of controversial experiments, Harlow was able to demonstrate the importance of early attachments, affection, and emotional bonds on the course of healthy development.
The Nature of Love: How Harry Harlow’s Seminal Research Shaped the Science of Affection and Changed Modern Parenting “Love is a wondrous state, deep, tender, and rewarding But the little we know about love does not transcend simple observation, and the little we write about it has been written better by poets and novelists.”.
THE NATURE OF LOVE. HARRY F. HARLOW. University o/Wisconsin. Love is a wondrous state, deep, tender, and re warding.,Because of its intimate and personal na tU!'e it is regarded by some as an improper topic lor experimental research.
But, whatever our. Irving Singer's trilogy The Nature of Love has been called "majestic" (New York Times Book Review), "monumental" (Boston Globe), "one of the major works of philosophy in our century" (Nous), "wise and magisterial" (Times Literary Supplement), and a "masterpiece of critical thinking [that] is a timely, eloquent, and scrupulous account of what, after all, still makes the world go round" (Christian Science.
The Delicate Nature of Love is the first book in a series of three short novels. Grief, loss and mental illness are heavy issues, yet Ms. Miller writes an emotional story that never feels heavy handed, and I loved the romantic elements/5.
An essay on cruelty and an epic poem on love and forgiveness. A story about two young, ordinary people, that their fear of rejection and and past torment, the sins of their parents actually, blinded them and almost led them to a life of emptiness.
Cowards in front of feelings and crippled by a /5. The Four Loves is a book by C. Lewis which explores the nature of love from a Christian and philosophical perspective through thought experiments. The book was based on a set of radio talks from which had been criticised in the U.S.
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No eBook available The Nature of Love, Volume 1. Irving Singer. University of Chicago Press, - Love - pages. The Nature of Love, Volume 2. An examination of ideas and ideals of medieval courtly love and the transition into later Romantic love, analyzing the work of Dante, Shakespeare, and Schopenhauer, among many others.
Orion Magazine is raising funds for The Nature of Love on Kickstarter. A new book of love stories and poems compiled from Orion magazine's 37+ years of environmental writing. Irving Singer began his three-volume study, The Nature of Love, more than twenty years ago. Its primary focus is the history of ideas in the Western world (and thus, inevitably, of written texts.
What is the nature of love and friendship in Oceania? Describe and evaluate the relationships evident within the text, including but not limited to Winston and Julia, Winston and his mother, or the Parsons family.
What do these relationships say about the. words essay.Reforesting Faith is the rare book that connects those who love the Creator with creation, and those who love creation with the Creator. Join Dr. Matthew Sleeth as he explores the Bible’s trail of trees and reveals the wonders of the nature of God and his love for us.The Art of Loving is a book by psychoanalyst and social philosopher Erich Fromm, which was published as part of the World Perspectives Series edited by Ruth Nanda this work, Fromm develops his perspective on human nature, from his earlier work, Escape from Freedom and Man for Himself – principles which he revisits in many of his other major : Erich Fromm.