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From the dynamic power of lust to the daily frustrations of living with your lover, from selfless devotion to selfish gratification, from the anatomical to the metaphysical, romantic love is a labyrinth in which the most illustrious of thinkers have often lost their way.
Sharon M. Kaye is Professor of Philosophy at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio. She is the author of several books, including The Onion and Philosophy (Open Court), Critical Thinking (Oneworld Press, 2009), Medieval Philosophy (Oneworld Press, 2008), and Black Market Truth (Parmenides Publishing, 2008), co-author of several books, including Philosophy for Teens (Prufrock Press, 2006) and More Philosophy for Teens (Prufrock Press, 2007),and editor of Lost and Philosophy (Blackwell, 2007).
Table of Contents
|The Secret of Lust||p. 3|
|Riding the Magic Carpet with Twilight||p. 13|
|Kant and Kinky Sex||p. 25|
|Pussy and Other Important Ps||p. 37|
|Role Playing||p. 47|
|Hips Don't Lie||p. 49|
|Porn Lovers||p. 55|
|Machiavelli at the Bar||p. 67|
|Platonic Lovers||p. 81|
|Wilde Expectations||p. 95|
|How to Find Yourself a Dirtbag||p. 105|
|The Unexamined Love||p. 115|
|Love in the Time of Self-Gratification||p. 125|
|It's All about Me||p. 133|
|Who Do You Love, Simone de Beauvoir?||p. 155|
|The I Who Says "We"||p. 165|
|Friendly Lovers||p. 179|
|Up all Night with Socrates||p. 189|
|Socrates the Seducer||p. 199|
|The Gift||p. 207|
|Winnie the Pooh in Love||p. 215|
|A Single Soul in Two Bodies||p. 225|
|Under the Boardwalk||p. 233|
|Blueberry Hill||p. 239|
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