THE METAPHYSICS OF LOVE by

THE METAPHYSICS OF LOVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

To the philosophically the title of this book will suggest a theme of per Wo that simply could be ind to stay with the author's artistic that they profit fro the benefits to be obtained from the scholarship and analysis this key area of human interest as it applics to the basic concept of being by a of the subject. In the course of the book -- unfortunately weighed town with ""philosopher"" -- Mr. Wi does touch on the real meanking of what means ""to be in love"". His definition would come an a definite surprise to those who associate this state with the image projected by Hollywood and modern day advertising. But the poi treatment cancer there. Su his book into the areas of Tragedy, the author develops his conclusion that the authentic human experience of love is the only source for achievement of the real being of man. In the courze of his exposition, the author challenges the protestant views of the existence of being champi by the philosopher, Paul Tillich, which gives primacy to ""power"" Metaphysi of Love is a thoughtful meditation on the nature of man with emphasis on love as the key to his being.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1962
Publisher: Sheed & Ward