El amor y sus efectos en la música pop y en la filosofía clásica
The present work is a dialogue about the notion of love, and about its essential characteristics and its effects, between what popular music says about this subject, and what classical philosophy and theology affirm on the matter. The lyrics of more than a hundred love songs are analyzed here. In the first part of the work (chapters 1 and 2) it deals with the notion of love and its main characteristics. In the second part (Chapter 3) about the proximate, mediate, and subsequent effects caused in the person who loves.
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