Troy Jollimore reviews Love Drugs: The Chemical Future of Relationships, by Brian D. Earp and Julian Savulescu.
philosophy of love
Q&A with Jennifer Frey
By Carla Nappi and Carrie Jenkins.
Mark Vernon is a writer and psychotherapist. His latest book is The Idler Guide to Ancient Philosophy (Idler Books). This essay is adapted from his book Love: All That Matters (Hodder Education).
Simon May argues that love has taken on the role of a new god in Western thought.
Jeremy Stangroom asks, is it really better to have loved and lost?
Berit Brogaard asks, does the idea of irrational love make sense?
Jean Kazez takes up the connection between parental love and self-love.
Philosophers have been going on about love almost since the beginning. The pre-Socratics had odd things to say about love as a force binding the basic elements of matter to one another, but of course it’s Plato’s Symposium that really started us thinking about love, though it hasn’t just been the Greeks. Philosophers as varied […]
Tony Milligan on what it means to be loved for who you are.
Jean Kazez on love, friendship and gender.
Tony Milligan appreciates some answers, even if it’s not all new.