The Meaning of Love

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Inner Traditions, 1985 - Love - 118 pages
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Beautiful. Love the idea of szygic relations with the earth and the idea of loving things different than us making it possible to join with the universal.
Yes a product of his time, but very, very translatable into our own.
Plus it's super short!

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A short but complex book. I probably spent far too little time reflecting on Solovyov's thought, but this was still a rewarding read and would make a great book for group discussion. Read full review


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Vladimir Solovyov (1853b"1900), one of Russiabs leading intellectuals, taught philosophy for a time at Moscow University. Among his other books is Lecturers on Divine Humanity and Three Conversations concerning War, Progress, and the End of History.

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