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Love Code Nor For Beginners. Erotic Education

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A Love Code not for Beginners. Differences of Love Behaviour in Man and Woman. An erotic education is necessary to understand ourselves and the others...

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A Love Code not for Beginners. Differences of Love Behaviour in Man and Woman. An erotic education is necessary to understand ourselves and the others. The term erotic should be understood in the philosophical, Platonic meaning. Erotic or love knowledge is the knowledge of our deep nature. Men and women are characterized by a radical difference. Love behaviour concerns our entire existence when we are exposed to the other. This video presents a few points from the book "A Love Code not for Beginners. Differences of Love Behaviour in Man and Woman" by Paolo Euron, Ph.

D.Paolo Euron studied philosophy in Turin (Italy), in Stuttgart (Germany) and in London and got a Ph.D. in Aesthetics at the University of Bologna. He taught philosophy at the University of Turin (2001-2011) and then at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok (2011-2019), where he received the qualification as an Assistant Professor of Italian. He has received the qualification as an Associate Professor of Aesthetics and Theory of Languages from the Italian Ministry of University and Research. He has published books and articles on aesthetics, philosophy, Italian literature and art, including the essays “Beauty and Aesthetic Experience in Theravada Buddhism” in «Contemporary Buddhism» (Routledge, 2017), “The History of Italian and Western Ideas in the Teaching of Culture, Art and Literature” in «Strumenti Critici» (Il Mulino, 2017), “Half-Naked Bodies in Anime and Western Culture Industry: Intercultural Remarks on the Aesthetics of Transgression” in «Popular Enquires. The Journal of Kitsch, Camp and Mass Culture» (Aalto University, Finland, 2020) and the book Aesthetics, Theory and Interpretation of the Literary Work (Brill, Leiden/Boston 2019). His works propose an intercultural and interdisciplinary perspective which encompasses intercultural and social studies, psychology, literary and critical theory.
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