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Peter
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Post #: 78
Suggestion from jason trinidad on Jan 22, 2010:
Love has been tackled by many philosophers in the past, but it seems to have fallen out of philosophical circles, although there are some notable books from recent philosophers. In the spirit of St. Valentine, or in the more hall-mark tradition, talking about love in a seemingly cynical age, or amongst the political, economical and environmental destruction, might prove to yield some insight into the exotic relations we overlook because of the overload of information. Let's talk love, exotic love, love between two people. We might just find our other significant- half here!
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