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Selfish? Are there duties of love? What do the sciences neuroscience evolutionary and social psychology and anthropology tell us about love? Many of the answers we give to such uestions are determined not so much by the facts of human nature as by the ideology of love Ronald de Sousa considers some of the many paradoxes raised by love looking at the different kinds of love affections affiliation philia storage agape but focusses on eros or romantic love He considers whether our conventional beliefs about l I saw some other reviews posted here and felt the n

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Love A Very Short IntroductionAlthough there are many kinds of love erotic love has been celebrated in art and poetry as life's most rewarding and exalting experience worth living and dying for and bringing out the best in ourselves And yet it has excused and even been thought to justify the most reprehensible crimes Why should this be? This Very Short Introduction explores this and other puzzling uestions Do we love someone for their virtue their beauty or their moral or other ualities? Are love's characteristic desires altruistic or Some valuable insights mixed with some oversimplifi