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The Evolution of Love

Author : Ada Lampert
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Lampert presents the story of love: when, why, and how love became a central experience of humans. She sheds new insights as to who we fall in love with, why our sexual life is so full of contradictions, and from where the behavioral repertoire of lovers came. Based upon the most current scientific information, this book is written for every educated person.

The Evolution of Love

Author : Elison
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The Evolution of Love follows the human heart through the intense highs and lows of First Love, the frustrating but instructive path of Middle Love, and the battle-tested yet eternal light of Final Love. From a first crush to the death of a spouse and beyond, these poems and stories capture what connects us all: the search for true and unimpeachable love.

The Evolution of Love

Author : Emil Lucka
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The Evolution of Love

Author : Emil Lucka
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THE FIRST STAGE: THE SEXUAL INSTINCT THE SECOND STAGE: LOVE CHAPTER I THE BIRTH OF EUROPE CHAPTER II THE DEIFICATION OF WOMAN (THE FIRST FORM OF METAPHYSICAL EROTICISM) FOOTNOTES: CHAPTER III PERVERSIONS OF METAPHYSICAL EROTICISM THE THIRD STAGE (The Unity of Sexual Impulse and Love) CHAPTER I. THE LONGING FOR THE SYNTHESIS. CHAPTER II THE LOVE-DEATH (THE SECOND FORM OF METAPHYSICAL EROTICISM) CHAPTER III THE CONFLICT BETWEEN SEXUALITY AND LOVE The Seeker of Love and The Slave of Love CHAPTER IV THE REVENGE OF SEXUALITY The Demoniacal and the Obscene CONCLUSION THE PSYCHOGENETIC LAW The Individual as an Epitome of the Human Race

The Evolution of Love

Author : Diana George
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The Evolution of Love

Author : Ellen Key
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Love and Logic

Author : Stephen D. Cox
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A fresh and readable explanation of Blake's major work that explores the relationship between love and logic in his writing

The Evolution of Love

Author : Emil Lucka
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The Evolution of Love

Love life in Nature

Author : Wilhelm Bölsche
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The Evolution of Love

Author : Sydney L. W. Mellen
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Love Life in Nature

Author : Wilhelm Bolsche
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This is a new release of the original 1926 edition.

The Evolution of Love Translated by Ellis Schleussner

Author : Emil Lucka
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The Evolution of Love

Author : Douglas A. Mcwilliams
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The Evolution of Love makes the argument that we've been mislead about what it means to love, which has lead to heartbreak, confusion, and ultimately to fear love. By incorporating science, philosophy, and psychology Mr. McWilliams has upended the entire paradigm that love is about marriage and commitment.

When Love Gives You Wings

Author : Gwen Editin
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You may not recognize love at first, which is why you must treasure it, whenever you find it.To see properly, one looks for qualities of "humility" and "understanding." They are related to "kindness" and "equity." While "anticipation" and "determination" are required, you must also distinguish between "wanting" and "needing." Acknowledging the role of "patience" and "understanding," love will be as reliable and enduring as memory allows.This book was written in memory of those who have made us love them, yet at the same time - recognizing the ambivalence that remembering can bring.

The Evolution of Altruism and the Ordering of Love

Author : Stephen J. Pope
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In this book, Stephen J. Pope argues that contemporary scientifically-based theories of the evolution of altruism provide important insights into one of the fundamental moral problems of Christian ethics, the natural basis of love and its ordering. He explores the contributions evolutionary theory makes to our understanding of the biological foundations of kin preference and reciprocal care, the limits of love, and the need for an ordering of love—issues relevant to any ethic that accords a central role to the deeply natural affections found in friendship, marriage, and the family. He proposes that understanding human nature in its broader evolutionary context brings to ethics a needed balance between the personal and biological dimensions of human nature. In the context of Catholic ethics, Pope points out functional similarities between Thomas Aquinas's use of then-available scientific theories in his interpretation of the natural basis of primary relationships and Pope's own efforts to avoid the deficiencies that characterize contemporary Catholic interpretations of love based on personalism and existentialism. He concludes with a call for a multidimensional interpretation of love, one that incorporates scientifically-based theories about human nature together with an appreciation of the significance of motives, intentions, and freedom, for the ordering of human affections and moral responsibility. This book will be of interest to moral theologians, especially those concerned with the topics of love, justice, and natural law ethics.

Love and Sex with Robots

Author : David Levy
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Draws on cutting-edge research, as well as examples from cultural history and psychology, to explore what the author believes will be inevitable physical relationships between people and machines.

Shakespeare and the Nature of Love

Author : Marcus Nordlund
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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 love. His approach leads to a valuable new perspective on Shakespearean love and, more broadly, on the interaction between our common humanity and our historical contingency as they are reflected, recast, transformed, or even suppressed in literary works. After addressing critical issues about love, biology, and culture raised by his method, Nordlund considers four specific forms of love in seven of Shakespeare’s plays. Examining the vicissitudes of parental love in Titus Andronicus and Coriolanus, he argues that Shakespeare makes a sustained inquiry into the impact of culture and society upon the natural human affections. King Lear offers insight into the conflicted relationship between love and duty. In two problem plays about romantic love, Troilus and Cressida and All’s Well that Ends Well, the tension between individual idiosyncrasies and social consensus becomes especially salient. And finally, in Othello and The Winter’s Tale, Nordlund asks what Shakespeare can tell us about the dark avatar of jealousy.

What s Love Got to Do with it The Evolution of Monogamy

Author : Alexander G. Ophir
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The Evolution of Love

Author : H. Jerome Alexander
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The Evolution of a Girl

Author : L. E. Bowman
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The Evolution of a Girl is a collection of poetry and prose taking the reader from girl to woman; from heartbreak and anger to transformation and rebirth. It speaks of the strength we find when learning to accept ourselves and the unbreakable softness that comes from unyielding self-love. The Evolution of a Girl is a book for those who are hurting, for those who are healing, and for those who are ready to try again.