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Love Relations

Author : Otto F. Kernberg
ISBN : 0300074352
Genre : Psychology
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Internationally renowned psychoanalytic theorist and clinician Dr. Otto Kernberg here examines the success and failure of sexual love in couples, from adolescence to old age. Dr. Kernberg considers both "normal" and pathological relationships, including the role of narcissism, masochism, and aggression in each. The result expands the boundaries of our current understanding of love relations.
Category: Psychology

The Courage To Love Principles And Practices Of Self Relations Psychotherapy

Author : Stephen Gilligan
ISBN : 9780393709230
Genre : Psychology
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This is a book about how psychotherapy may be used to cultivate the courage and freedom to love. In a time when love seems to be fading and hatred and despair rising, it presents love as a skill and force that can heal and invigorate, reconnect and guide, calm and encourage. In Gilligan's self-relations approach, psychotherapy is a conversation about competing differences. When these differences are treated violently or indifferently, problems arise; solutions develop when the skills of love are practiced. Those practical skills are described here, with an emphasis on postconventional ethics, Buddhist and aikido principles, and ideas of human sponsorship.
Category: Psychology

Love And Intimate Relationships

Author : Norman M. Brown
ISBN : 9781135062132
Genre : Psychology
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Using a style that draws students into the ongoing inquiry into how intimate relationships work, Love and Intimate Relationships investigates the life cycle of relationships influences that affect them, theories behind them, and ways to improve them. Dozens of stories from students themselves, case examples and over 150 tables, figure, and the cartoons of Don Edwing of Mad Magazine help bring the material alive. The book is also unique in exploring aspects of human relationships not covered in other textbooks on the subject. Love and Intimate Relationships helps bring the complex issues surrounding intimate relationships into focus for students from diverse backgrounds. The multidisciplinary perspective of the textbook makes it ideal for introductory courses in psychology, marriage counseling, human relations, and sexuality, and interpersonal relationships
Category: Psychology

Love In Motion

Author : Reidar Due
ISBN : 9780231850513
Genre : Performing Arts
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This is a book about how film encountered love in the course of its history. It is also a book about the philosophy of love. Since Plato, erotic love has been praised for leading the soul to knowledge. The vast tradition of poetry devoted to love has emphasized that love is a feeling. Love in Motion presents a new metaphysics and ontology of love as a reciprocal erotic relationship. The book argues that film has been particularly well suited for depicting love in this way, in virtue of its special narrative language. This is a language of expression that has developed in the course of film history. The book spans this history from early silent directors such as Joseph von Sternberg to contemporary filmmakers like Sophia Coppola. At the centre of this study is a comparison between Classical French and American love films of the forties and a series of modernist films by Luis Buñuel, François Truffaut and Wong Kar Wai.
Category: Performing Arts

Love Signs And You

Author : Skye Alexander
ISBN : 0743476492
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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An analysis of the astrology of romance features elaborate illustrations and coverage of such areas as the celestial and historical influences on sex appeal, how to find an ideal astrological match, the planetary profiles for more than ninety famous couples, and the astrological influences that were at play for each of the sun signs during the past century.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Gender Relations In Global Perspective

Author : Nancy Cook
ISBN : 9781551303284
Genre : Social Science
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Faced with an increasingly diverse student population, an expanding field of gender scholarship, and an academic emphasis on multidisciplinarity, social science professors often struggle to address and integrate such a broad array of gender issues in their courses. This book addresses that challenge by increasing students' understandings of gender relations in multiple social fields across time and space. Gender Relations in Global Perspective is truly multidisciplinary. It is partially drawn from the work of sociologists, but articles written by gender scholars from the disciplines of cultural studies, history, political science, geography, and literary theory are also included. The readings examine historically persistent, cross-culturally relevant, and empirically grounded concerns such as men's position in the family and women's relationship to work, media, and the global economy, as well as the gendered problems of violence, sexuality and reproduction, and racism. This book presents an engaging range of comparative and cross-cultural gender analyses from various world regions, including the Middle East, South Asia, South East Asia, Europe, the Americas, and Africa. As the articles are dialogically situated in this text, readers will be able to analyse gender similarities and differences around the globe and learn about the diversity of gender experiences across cultures and regions. This range of analyses demonstrates how a global perspective enriches feminist analyses. Students will quickly learn that to investigate gender dynamics adequately, attention must be paid simultaneously to the processes of racialization, class, colonialism and imperalism, and sexuality that interweave with gender to produce complex forms of oppression.
Category: Social Science

Freedom Rights And Pornography

Author : Bruce Russell
ISBN : 9789401133340
Genre : Philosophy
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In the essays that follow, Fred Berger argues for freedom of expression, civil disobedience, affirmative action and what he calls liberal judicial activism and against sex-role stereotyping, paternalism and the censorship of pornography. Underlying his liberalism is a unified theory. That theory consists of a conception of rights, a theory of value and a theory of government. The conception of a right that Berger defends derives from J ohn Stuart Mill and is captured by what he calls "the rights formula": to have a right is to have important interests that society ought to protect as a matter of general rule (pp. 2, 7, 17-18, 19, 95). Since rights are to be protected by general rule, case-by-case consideration of consequences is ruled out (pp. 3, 18, 96) and neither modest increases in the general welfare, nor majority opinion, can justify the violation of a right (pp. 14-15; 17-18). Berger combines this view of the nature of a right with an objective theory of value according to which the important interests that ought to be protected are ones that people have "whether they know them or not, whether they desire that in which they have an interest or not" (p.
Category: Philosophy

I Love You Madly Workbook

Author : Robert M. Gordon
ISBN : 9780977961610
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This workbook can teach readers to have insights for more satisfying love relations. How is this workbook different from others? It is based on time-tested treatment and the latest theoretical and scientific findings. It goes into areas of unconscious personality dynamics that are often the reasons behind problems with intimacy. Readers will learn about healthy and disturbed love relations and what can be done about them.
Category: Family & Relationships

Psychology Of Friendship And Enmity The

Author : Rom Harré
ISBN : 9781440803758
Genre : PSYCHOLOGY
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This two-volume exploration of what might be termed "interpersonal war and peace" reveals why individuals and groups coalesce or collide, and how more positive relationships can be achieved.
Category: PSYCHOLOGY

Paradigms Of Justice

Author : Denise Celentano
ISBN : 9781000206272
Genre : Philosophy
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This book explores the relation between redistribution and recognition, two key paradigms in the contemporary discourse on justice. Combining insights from the traditions of critical social theory and analytical political philosophy, the volume offers a multifaceted exploration of this incredibly inspiring conceptual couple from a plurality of perspectives. The chapters engage with concepts such as universal basic income, property-owning democracy, poverty, equality, self-respect, pluralism, care, and work, all of which have an impact on individuals’ recognition as well as on distributive policies. An important contribution to the field of political and social philosophy, the volume will be useful to scholars and researchers of politics, law, human rights, economics, social justice, as well as policymakers.
Category: Philosophy

Turning A Relations It Into A Relationship

Author : Paolo Zeppetelli
ISBN : 9781445712116
Genre : Self-Help
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Most guide books to relationships are designed to help men attract and make relationships work with women. With a lot of the material inspired by my readings of the books of Neale Donald Walsch and Deepak Chopra; this book does the opposite and focuses to help women attract men and make the relationship work, rather than fail.
Category: Self-Help

Relations Without Relationships

Author : Aesio Williams
ISBN : 1534854622
Genre :
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Relations Without Relationships; sometimes can mean not getting to really know someone before you decide to let them into your world. They may have some hidden secrets that can harm you or they may be just the right person for you at the right time at the right season. But just remember"you can't mix those seasonal people up with the one you're suppose to spend a life time with" (quote by Tyler Perry)
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Love Sex And Long Term Relationships

Author : Sarah Hendrickx
ISBN : 9781843106050
Genre : Psychology
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"This accessible book is an invaluable source of information and support for couples in which one or both partners has Asperger Syndrome, as well as counsellors and health and social care professionals."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Psychology

On Love

Author : Caleb Gattegno
ISBN : 9780878252459
Genre :
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What can be learned about love if one considers it as an energy that is the result of self-awareness? In his essay On Love, Caleb Gattegno applies this question to various aspects of love, examining topics such as Love-Attachment, Romantic Love, Friendship, Universal Love and Outgrowing Egocentricity. On Love was written by Gattegno as a personal exploration and as a means of creating a space for reflection and discussion with his readers.
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Compatible And Incompatible Relationships

Author : W. Ickes
ISBN : 9781461250449
Genre : Psychology
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Several years ago, two of my colleagues and I had the opportunity to interview Fritz Heider-perhaps the most influential theorist in the field of social psychology (Harvey, Ickes, & Kidd, 1976). During our interview, Heider affirmed a belief that had guided his career since the 1920s, the belief that the study of human relationships is the most important task in which social scientists can engage. Although many social scientists would profess to share this belief, it is nonetheless true that the study of human relationships has been one of the most neglected tasks in the history of the social sciences-including psychology. What Heider found in the 1920s-that most psychologists acknowledged the importance of studying human relationships but at the same time tended to focus their own research on more "tractable" topics such as memory and cognition-is still very much evident in the 1980s. Even within the more specific domain of social psychology, a majority of researchers still choose to address those hybrid topics ("social cognition," "social categorization and stereotyping," "person memory," etc. ) that relate most directly to traditional areas of psychological research. Still other researchers, while choosing to study such important interpersonal phenomena as altruism, aggression, conflict, and interpersonal attraction, tend to focus so exclusively on these isolated and abstracted phenomena that they fail to provide a more inclusive view of the relationships in which these phenomena occur.
Category: Psychology

Romantic Love

Author : Yolanda van Ede
ISBN : 3825800431
Genre : Social Science
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Category: Social Science

Eminent Rhetoric

Author : Elizabeth A. Fay
ISBN : 0897893093
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Examines the unacknowledged political uses of language in modern culture that cause power imbalances among speakers and listeners, especially women.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Love Human And Divine

Author : Edward Collins Vacek, SJ
ISBN : 158901362X
Genre : Religion
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Although the two great commandments to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves are central to Christianity, few theologians or spiritual writers have undertaken an extensive account of the meaning and forms of these loves. Most accounts, in fact, make love of God and love of self either impossible or immoral. Integrating these two commandments, Edward Vacek, SJ, develops an original account of love as the theological foundation for Christian ethics. Vacek criticizes common understandings of agape, eros, and philia, examining the arguments of Aquinas, Nygren, Outka, Rahner, Scheler, and other theologians and philosophers. He defines love as an emotional, affirmative participation in the beloved's real and ideal goodness, and he extends this definition to the love between God and self. Vacek proposes that the heart of Christian moral life is loving cooperation with God in a mutually perfecting friendship.
Category: Religion

The Masks Of Dionysos

Author : Daniel E. Anderson
ISBN : 0791413152
Genre : Philosophy
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The metaphysical center of Plato's work has traditionally been taken to be his Doctrine of Forms; the epistemological center, the Doctrine of Recollection. The Symposium has been viewed as one of the clearest explanations of the first and Meno as one of the clearest explanations of the other. The Masks of Dionysos challenges these traditional interpretations.
Category: Philosophy

Recovering Intimacy In Love Relationships

Author : Jon Carlson
ISBN : 9781136976469
Genre : Psychology
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The loss of intimacy is one of the most difficult—but also one of the most common—factors in the destruction of any relationship. Recovering Intimacy in Love Relationships lays out practical, evidence-based guidelines on which clinicians can depend as they wade through the intense emotions and fragile bonds of couples in crisis. With care and sensitivity, the book's authors analyze the increasingly complex context in which the cycle of intimacy develops, wanes, and recovers. The chapters delve into diverse populations' attitudes toward intimacy and provide an entire section on cultural, gender and religious issues. Clinicians looking for a research-based, practical take on the many facets of intimacy in the twenty-first century need look no further than this book.
Category: Psychology