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Written in 1956 by Jewish German psychologist. Bit of a mind bender....Interesting concepts introduced....more idealistic than real, but still interesting.Published 1 day ago by Eric Rant
This book is perhaps the basis of purpose in life, why we are, what we are.
It provides a Secular analysis on love and analyzes it's many forms in Theology as well. Read more
Tis book is a bit dated, although it does include some good ideas. I enjoyed reading the first two sections. By the last two it had become boring and repetitive. Read morePublished 24 days ago by P. Carle
Not quite what I expected. It is more of a philosophical piece that discusses how our society has a skewed perception of what love is and how that is damaging to an individual's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bernadette Quinn
If you can keep your brain (or your heart) from shutting down with some of the assumptions he communicates and are needed to get thru to his point, there's ugly and beautiful ideas... Read morePublished 1 month ago by RK