In forty-three brief essays from the life of a philosopher, Charles Taliaferro guides us toward the heart of human being in all of its absurdity and joy. Electrocuted by his coffee maker during class, battling dragons on his rooftop, and accompanying his father to the border between life and death, Taliaferro recommends to us a life vulnerable to silliness, pain, and the depths of love they create in us. Hilarious and sobering, Love, Love, Love investigates what we need most to live humanely, humorously, faithfully, and well.And Other Essays Charles Taliaferro. a#39; would diea#39;soon, and yet he looked to a- God who Would aid and loVe him from the standpoint of eternity. ... Our loves should not be defined by time and fleeta ing moods or temporary passion. ... Rougea#39;monta#39;sLove in the Western World, which argues that most of our Western literary celebraa tions of romantic passion a#39;end in death; Rougemont begins his study withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Love, Love, Love|
|Publisher||:||Cowley Publications - 2006-04-25|