In the Name of Love

A philosopher looks at our deepest emotions

The Impatient Versus Patient Heart

Does romantic love involve patience or impatience? There are good indications that it involves both; certain romantic circumstances require patience while there are others that require impatience. Let us consider which circumstances demand which response. Read More

Im not waiting around. Youd

Im not waiting around.

Youd have me screwing around till the end of time.

Tuff break.

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Aaron Ben-Zeév, Ph.D., former President of the University of Haifa, is Professor of Philosophy. His books include: In the Name of Love: Romantic Ideology and its Victims.


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