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Instead, he argues that irrational love can quell the forces of dissatisfied eros which obsessively roves around for more exciting experiences to consume but is never fulfilled. Aug 01, Gabriel rated it it was amazing.
These early poets, according to de Rougemont, occidentil the words of an Eros-centered theology, and it was through this “heresy” that a European vocabulary of mysticism flourished and that Western literature took on a new direction. To love according to this new way is a positive act and an act of transformation. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Filippo rated it it was ok Aug 27, A long, if meandering read, but worth your time if you are interested in the development of the myth of romance iubifea the West. Open Preview See a Problem?
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Dalton Mortimer rated it did not like it Aug 09, What is it to love and to be loved? Jan 18, Lilaia Moreli occidentup it liked it. In any event, in an appendix he disavows this extreme interpretation, but leaves the relationship unclear, at least as far as I could puzzle it out the book was written inthe appendix in Following his historical analysis, de Rougemon This book offers one of the richest histories of conventional understandings and formulations of love throughout and across the Western tradition.
He starts with the striking historical fact that the troubadours’ notion of unfulfilled idealized love developed in the same time and place as the ascetic and dualistic Cather heresy, and declares that the two must be somehow related.
Lara rated it it was ok May 29, At the heart of his ever-relevant inquiry is the inescapable conflict in the West between marriage and passion–the first associated with social and religious responsiblity and the second with anarchic, unappeasable love rougemmont celebrated by the troubadours of me It is one of my favourite books.
These early poets, according to de Rougemont, spoke the words of an Eros-centered theology, and it was through this “heresy” that a European vocabulary of mysticism flourished and that Western literature took on a new direction. Love in the Western World by Denis de Rougemont.
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Oct 25, Jeremy Garber rated it it was amazing Shelves: And what exactly is that secret? Matthew rated it it was amazing Oct 29, Following his historical analysis, de Rougemont offers some reflections on the nature of love, of passion, and of marriage which remain highly pertinent to today’s climate.
Bautista Algorta rated it did not like it Apr 27, A familiarity with medieval and French literature is helpful, but not necessary, in reading this classic from de Rougemont. This became the basic story of romantic love in the West, endlessly reimagined. As near as I can tell, with this new insight he discovers that Corneille, Racine, Rousseau, and de Sade all meant the opposite of what they said they meant about love he assumes encyclopedic knowledge of French literature.
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Iubirea si Occidentul
View all 6 comments. Concludendo, de Rougemont crede che nella nostra epoca si confondino due morali, oramai entrambe svuotate di senso e che da qui nasca la nostra confusione nel campo delle relazioni amorose: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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The exceptional psychology of the cult of Eros is revealed through language, a language that at the same time has the potential to tell lies and reveal what it truly wants to express. Indeed I wasn’t sure it wasn’t pure gassy nonsense.
By historically narrating the introduction of the concepts of irresistible passionate love or overpowering biological instincts toward sex, de Rougemont xe that these commonplaces notions about love today are hardly absolute, that the repression vs. This book offers one of the richest histories of conventional understandings and formulations of love throughout and across the Western tradition.