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!!> PDF ⚣ Love and Friendship  ✈ Author Allan Bloom – Pcusati.info EPUB Love And Friendship By Allan Bloom Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Author Of The National Bestseller The Closing Of The American Mind Offers A Provocative Indictment Of The Devaluing Of Love And Intimacy In Today S Culture Allan Bloom Explores The Language Of Love From The Bible To Freud, Shedding Penetrating Light On The True Nature Of Our Most Basic Human Connections A Rich Mine Of A Book New York Daily News.


10 thoughts on “Love and Friendship

  1. George Jensen George Jensen says:

    Based on the lives and writings of the ancient authors who influenced our modern times You can get it as a used book from half.com.Page 30 Bloom sums up his greater need to write on such a themeBut nowhere is this aurgent task than in matters of eros, the first and best hope of human connectedness in a world where all connectedness has become problematic Page 29I suggest that we need a generation or two not of theory but of an attempt to discover the


  2. John Warner John Warner says:

    Allan Bloom, with his characteristic combination of brilliance and bombast, laments the death of Eros in the modern world The culprits are the familiar Straussian bugaboos a reductionist and materialistic modern science, a relativistic moral climate, and a repulsive consumer culture combine to narrow contemporary man s erotic horizons, and leave him unable to come to grips with the hopes and fears of true intimacy.Bloom seeks to restore his reader to ero


  3. DoctorM DoctorM says:

    A series of essays on the meaning of Love and to a lesser degree Friendship, with Bloom arguing in favour of an Eros that leads lovers and friends to aspire to things higher than themselves and outside themselves The bridging between individual essays doesn t always work, and the essay on Shakespeare could probably have been left out altogether Nonetheless Bloom s writing is elegant and gently provocative, and the essays on Austen and Plato s Symposium are w


  4. Brian Brian says:

    Bloom sure read a lot, and he sure put a lot of thought into what he read This book is extremely dense, not with theory but with observation, context, cross reference, personal interpretation, and projection He has strong opinions and, maybe a little bit forced, finds support in the great books I don t mark up my books much any, but this one is full of notes, underlines, paraphrase notes and questions, as well as points of reference to my own life and ideas The


  5. Daniel Daniel says:

    A fascinating look at the idea of Eros in the classic writings of Renee Descartes, William Shalespeare, and others Beautiful book.


  6. Bekah Puddington Bekah Puddington says:

    Confession note This ended up being another one of those books that I didn t read all the way in fact, I ended up not reading much of it at all, other than the Introduction The Fall of Eros , which just as fittingly could ve been titled A Reason for Books Those parts elaborating on the good reasons to read literature I found quite compelling enough so to send me back to the actual story books themselves, and to leave this hefty tome to other readersscholarly and ambitio


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