Shakespeare and the nature of love

Marcus Nordlund

This is love’s paradox of sameness and difference: that it is universal and yet seems so infinitely variable. As human beings we are biologically disposed to seek love and affection, and to come into the world empty-handed may sentence us to dysfunction, depression, or worse.  But it is equally true that the way we experience and conceptualise this basic need will differ according to culture, historical period, and individual experience.

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Financial Support/Funding:  None disclosed
Recorded at the the 19th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health - Sexual Health & Rights: A Global Challenge Göteborg (Sweden) - June 21 – 25, 2009

 

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Marcus Nordlund

University of Göteborg, Department of Languages and Literatures, Sweden.

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