Are you ready to challenge everything you think you know about Love? In this episode, we navigate through the maze of common myths and misunderstandings surrounding the concept of Love. Join us as we discuss what happens when we look at Love through the lens of reasoned thought and knowledge.
Sources and notes: Episode 2
*The Technology of Love, (TOL) Charles E. Hansen, 2004, p. 82-84 The Human Main Menu
*TOL, p.231, “Love is a learned phenomenon.” Leo Buscaglia
*The Technology of Love, Charles E. Hansen, ©2004 Chapter 1, page 19-30 Love: Can We Define It?
*A small sample of referenced pioneers who have influenced the history and study of love: Confucius, Buddha, Jesus of Nazareth, Adam Smith, Pitirim A. Sorokin, Charles S. Pierce, Albert Schweitzer, Immanuel Kant, Sigmund Freud, Mahatma Gandhi, Bernie S. Siegel, M. Scott Peck, Erich Fromm, Emmanuel Berl, Leo Buscaglia, Irving Singer, Alan Soble, Anthony Walsh,
*Justice: “The crucial role of Justice, properly understood, then, is not to encumber the domain of Love or primarily to ‘punish’’ offenders, but to protect Love’s domain from infringement. (…Love has no problem with appropriate punishment; if Justice used none, society would soon collapse much as [Adam] Smith held.)” TOL, page 424