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Though some of their social analysis is less than fully thought out--surely e-mail isn't a truly unique form of communication, as they suggest--the work as a whole is strong and merits attention. Science, it turns out, does have much to say about our messy feelings and relationships. While much of it could be filed under "common sense," it's nice to know that common sense is replicable. Hard-science types will probably be exasperated with the constant shifts between data and appeals to emotional truths, but the rest of us will see in A General Theory of Love a new synthesis of research and poetry. --Rob Lightner
These 3 psychiatrists have written a very provocative book. It claims that the lymbic brain (and the emotional models in encodes durably in early life) are the critical factors in... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bob
I loved the premise of the book and the message it is trying to convey; that our emotions are a large part of who we are as humans. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Shaune Wallace
Excellent description of the limbic system and its development in mammals. Recounts much of the research and weaves it together very skillfully. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mgidd
Its not the most straight forward read. It seems to me like a graduate student sat down and used a thesaurus and took from it the largest word they could for every word in this... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Timothe W. Conklin
My book came more beat up than advertised, but worst of all, IT STINKS. Has stunk up my entire living space with some horrid perfume/fake scent throughout the book... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Integrity Works
I enjoyed the information in the book. I think there may have been too much effort in trying to impress the reader with intelligence of the writer instead of letting the... Read morePublished 28 days ago by MOM
A great book! I read a few of these types of books or articles and many are just repackaged from one or other seminal study. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SF