A Philosophical History of Love

A Philosophical History of Love

"[A] sprawling study of love in all its forms . . . recalling Plato, Christ, Dante, Marquis de Sade, and other key figures whose ideas and teachings have shaped its development in Western thought. . . . The book’s essential message: ‘the ‘ism’ and ‘ist’ ideologies of modernity . . . are all serving the same dead end if they do not make the world and the practitioners more lovable." —Publishers Weekly A Philosophical History of Love explores the importance… (more)

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Publisher: Transaction Publishers (August 14, 2012)

Parent ISBN: 9781412846264

Page count: 175 pages

File size: 748 KB

Language: English


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