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Feb 26, EneNicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: Is there a connection between love, suffering and creativity? What it says to the reader is: How do we invite betrayal? Trivia About Eros and Pathos: What can we learn about ourselves from eroticism, abandonment, solitude?
Eros and Pathos: Shades of Love and Suffering by Aldo Carotenuto
He is able to articulate Jungian concepts in a way that makes sense to the reader on an crotenuto, existential level, and not just an academic one. Here the reader meets his or her most intimate images, some heart warming, some unsettling.
Carotenuto is a Jungian, so I like him. Preview — Eros and Pathos by Aldo Carotenuto. What’s not to love!
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Chiara P rated it liked it Aug 02, It’s there that we can penetrate to the bottom “of something I enjoy that he sees the beauty of fusion, the excitement of it, all that hope. Victoria Weinstein rated it it was amazing Oct 08, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Yvonne rated it really liked it Sep 30, He points out that the strictures of the “collective do real violence to personal uniqueness. Then we know we are alone. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Constantine rated it really liked it Aug 20, Here’s the Amazon review: I felt amazed by Aldo’s way of transmit the way he sees love and suffering. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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This book will blow your mind If you are a starving artist, this book is for you too. No trivia or quizzes yet. From time to time a mirage will surface of some way of life that will free us from the feeling of abandonment; but a mirage is exactly what it will remain.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Carotenuto himself writes with the impact of poetry. To ask other readers questions about Eros and Pathosplease sign up. That is not to say that the book offers solutions or self-help wisdom. His insights into the various stages of love are intuitive and complex.
I picked this book up for research on character development as a writer.
Sapna rated it it was amazing Sep 10, Amy rated it it was amazing Nov 27, Great artists create modes of expression that are uniquely their own: Refresh and try again. For anyone who is in love or has experienced the loss of a love, this book is psthos invaluable resource– something that can be turned to for a sense of stillness.
Sometimes the obstacles we meet tempt us to place our destiny in the hands of another. We can of course live solely within the collective, with the illusion of speaking a common language and of not being alone, but this deception can cost our lives. Stella rated it liked it Aug 01, They invent new ways of writing poetry, of painting and making music.
It is no accident that Carotenuto continually refers to poets such as Rilke in his discourse. Jul 23, Anjali Patel rated it it was amazing. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The essays are short and powerful. Elaina rated it it caritenuto amazing Dec 16,