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Love and society : special social forms and the master emotion

Love and society : special social forms and the master emotion (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Seebach, Swen.
Title Statement
Love and society : special social forms and the master emotion / Swen Seebach.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London :   Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
ix, 214 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Sociology of emotions series ;1
ISBN
9781138803688 (hardcover) 1138803685 (hardcover) 9781315753560 (ebook) 1315753561 (ebook)
Content Notes
Introduction -- part I. An idea of love -- On love: between a social bond and an emotion -- Love as a second-order form -- part II. A myth of love -- Why and how could love become the predominant form of the second order? -- How did love become the predominant form of the second order? -- part III. An experience of love -- On rituals of the second order, second-order myths and love rituals as a special version -- Love : enchanting master emotion and durability-providing form -- Conclusion.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-212) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Love --Social aspects.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Acknowledgement * Introduction * I. 1655 * II. 1894 * III. 2013 * Part I ? AN IDEA OF LOVE * 1. On Love - Between a Social Bond and an Emotion * 1.1 Framing love? * 1.2. The Whys and Why-nots of critical theory and feminist analysis in order to define and work with love * 1.3 Love in our words * 1.4. The Triangular Theory of Love * 1.5. Niklas Luhmann on Love and Intimacy * 1.6. Would Luhmann Consider Love as an Emotion? * 1.7. Beck/Beck-Gernsheim * 1.8. Pulling different strings together ? Eva Illouz * 1.9. A Brief Review ? A First Balance * 2. Love as a Second Order Form * 2.1. Introduction * 2.2. Love as an Emotion and as a Social Bond * 2.3. On Second Order Forms. What is a second order form? * 2.4. Could Love be a Form of the Second Order? * 2.5. From Love as an Emotion to Love as a Second Order Form * 2.6. The Conditions for Love as a Second Order Form. On the Changing Nature of Society and its Forms and Apriorities * 2.7. A Brief Review ? a Second Balance * Part II ? A MYTH OF LOVE * 3. Why and how could love become the predominant form of the second order? * 3.1. Introduction * What is Modernity? * 3.2. From the crisis before to the crisis after First Modernity ? Why could love become a second order form? * The Third Apriority ? Social Space and Social Place in First Modern Society * The First Apriority ? Building Wholes Out of Fragments * The Second Apriority ? Limits of the Social * 3.3. The Changes of the Three Apriorities during the Next Modernity Crisis. * The First Apriority ? The Fragments become Wholes * The Second Apriority ? The Return of the Oppressed ? Body, Emotions, Desire * The Third Apriority ? A New Place in the Self, a new Place in Love * A Brief Summary * 3.3. On Gratitude and Faithfulness * On Gratitude * On Faithfulness * 3.4 Western Trajectory to Modernity and Second Order Forms * 3.5. A Brief Review ? A Third Balance * 4. How did love become the predominant form of the second order? * 4.1. Introduction * 4.2 From Faithfulness to Love and Back ? First Steps in a History of Love * 4.3. Towards the Time of Love * 4.4. Becoming a Second Order Form. Love in Modernity * 4.5. A Brief Review ? An Fourth Balance * Part III ? AN EXPERIENCE OF LOVE * 5. On Rituals of the Second Order, Second Order Myths, and Love Rituals as a special version * 5.1. What are Rituals? * 5.2. From Rituals of Gratitude to Rituals of Faithfulness and Beyond * 5.3. From Rituals of Faithfulness to Rituals of Authenticity and Rituals of Love * 5.4. Closing the Circle: On Myths, Forms of the Second Order ? and Back to Ritual * 5.5. Late Modern Myths of the Forms of the Second Order ? Myths of Love * 5.6. Rituals of Matchmaking vs. Rituals of Love * 5.7. A Brief Review ? An Fifth Balance * 6. Love ? Enchanting Master Emotion and Durability Spending Form * 6.1. Love, Love Rituals and its different phases * Getting Undressed Together. On Rituals of Disclosure * Putting on New Clothes. On Rituals of Disguise * Getting Closer Together. On Rituals of Enchantment * Peeling the clothes of - From Rituals of Intimacy to Rituals of Authenticity and back * Love is a cycle * 6.2. We feel love therefore we are committed * Love is a (we-)story * 6.3. Love Rituals, Love Myths * 6.4. Towards a morality of love * 6.5. A Brief Review ? A Sixth Balance * Conclusion * Bibliography *  


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