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Friendship

Author : John W. Crossin, O.S.F.S.
ISBN : 9781616438432
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Friendship

Author : Daniel J. Hruschka
ISBN : 9780520265462
Genre : Psychology
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"Hruschka's integrative approach provides a robust, and accessible, view of the complexities of making, having, and being friends. This kind of inquiry is at the forefront of modern biocultural anthropology."--Agustin Fuentes, author of Evolution of Human Behavior "Despite its importance to human happiness and well-being, friendship has long been a puzzle--largely a neglected one--for evolutionary scholars. Daniel Hruschka's book is a long overdue remedy to this situation. Through a deft combination of rigorous analysis and fine writing, Hruschka provides a thorough examination of friendship across the full range of human societies, past and present. His book will be an essential starting point for future work on this important topic."--Lee Cronk, author of That Complex Whole: Culture and the Evolution of Human Behavior "With Friendship, Dan Hruschka uses evolutionary science to breathe new life into a topic that is vastly important and woefully misunderstood. Remarkable for its scope, insightfulness, and clarity, this book will change how we think about friendship for years to come."--Michael McCullough, author of Beyond Revenge: The Evolution of the Forgiveness Instinct

Friendship

Author : Joseph Epstein
ISBN : 054752711X
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The amusing and erudite anatomy of modern friendship, from the New York Times–bestselling author of Snobbery. Is it possible to have too many friends? Is your spouse supposed to be your best friend? How far should you go to help a friend in need? And how do you end a friendship that has run its course? In a “smart, delightfully literate, and sophisticated” anatomy of friendship in all its contemporary guises, Joseph Epstein uncovers the rich and surprising truths about our favored companions (Los Angeles Times). Friendship illuminates those complex, wonderful relationships without which we’d all be lost. “Reading [Epstein] is like spending an evening being flatteringly entertained by the most interesting guy at the party.” —The Seattle Times “A brilliant and outspoken commentator . . . Epstein’s graceful style and irrepressible wit provide unalloyed pleasure.” —Chicago Tribune “Brisk and delightful.” —The Wall Street Journal

New Moon

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ISBN : 0517885816
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses friendships and how they affect our lives. Includes practical advice, activities, and suggestions for meeting people.

Friendship In The Classical World

Author : David Konstan
ISBN : 0521459982
Genre : History
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An examination of the nature of friendship in Greece and Rome from Homer to the Christian Roman Empire of fourth century AD.

Friendship

Author : Harold H. Dawley
ISBN : 0961720255
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"Now, based on his experience with his patients and clients, the author has written this set of guidelines that can help most people increase their ability to gain friends and improve their social relationships in general. These procedures have been found useful for all types of people from individuals who have absolutely no friends to those simply wish to improve their existing relationships. Inside, you'll find useful information concerning friendship and how you can use it to improve and encrich your life."--Back cover.

Friendship

Author : Herb Galewitz
ISBN : 0486408922
Genre : Literary Collections
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Over 400 timeless observations, including "A true friend is one soul in two bodies" (Aristotle), "Friendship is like money, easier made than kept," (Samuel Butler), many more. Great browsing, reference book.

Friendship

Author : James O. Grunebaum
ISBN : 9780791486870
Genre : FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
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Addresses the question of whether special preference for friends is morally justified.

On Friendship Or Laelius

Author : Marcus Tullius Cicero
ISBN : 9781425004644
Genre : Philosophy
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Cicero introduces the Roman concept of friendship through a dialogue between Laelius and his two sons-in-law, one of them being Cicero's teacher who later recounted the dialogue to him. Laelius, bereaved by the recent death of his close friend Scipio, describes various aspects of friendship. Cicero has captured the emotions and actualities brilliantly. Touching and thought-provoking!

Friendship

Author : Neera Kapur Badhwar
ISBN : 0801480973
Genre : Psychology
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There has been a marked revival of interest among philosophers in the topic of friendship. This collection of fifteen essays presents an admirable range of the diverse contemporary approaches to friendship within philosophy. The book is divided into three sections. The first centers on the nature of friendship, the difference between friendship and other personal loves, and the importance of friendship in the individual's life. The second section discusses the moral significance of friendship and the response of various ethical theories and theorists (Aristotelian, Christian, Kantian, and consequentialist) to the phenomenon of friendship. The last section deals with the importance of personal and civic friendship in a good society. Badhwar's introduction is a comprehensive critical discussion of the issues raised by the essays: it relates them to each other, as well as to historical and contemporary discussions not included in the anthology, thus providing the reader with an integrated overview of the essays and their place in the larger philosophical picture. Contributors: Robert M. Adams; Julia Annas; Neera Kapur Badhwar; Marcia Baron; Lawrence Blum; Nathaniel Branden; John M. Cooper; Marilyn Friedman; C. S. Lewis; H. J. Paton; Peter Railton; Amelie O. Rorty; Mary Lyndon Shanley; Nancy Sherman; Michael Stocker; Laurence Thomas

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