Amo, ergo cogito: a philosopher on love as a way of seeing
Phenomenology could uncover the truth of love. It is widely believed that ‘love is blind’, but philosophers would argue that it is actually a radical insight that lets us receive things as they are. Professor of philosophy Chad Engelland explores the philosophical realm of phenomenology, which investigates the experience of experience. In this profound examination of the concept of love, he explains its vital role in our lines of thought and reveals why it frees us to understand the truth in the world.
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