Investigating sexual love, psychologically and pharmacologically

By Serge Kreutz

The purpose of this domain is to investigate love. Not the love we feel for our parents, siblings, or children. Not the love the pope or a village priest (maybe) feels for mankind. Not the love some people feel for their pets because they believe humans don't deserve love anyway.

This domain is only about sexual love.

Many aspects of sexual love.

No, we do not think love is divine.

And certainly, sexuality was with us, or with our evolutionary ancestors, long before there was a notion of love, and even long before there was human language.

So, most probably, the concept of sexual love really is just a sophisticated interpretation of our sexuality.

But apart from that, sexual love, and it's intensity, are biochemical brain processes. We can manipulate them on a molecular level. This is most obvious when we want a negative impact, for example through chemical castration.

Obviously, it's always easier to destroy, rather than create.

Why would we dedicate our interest to sexual love?

Because, besides everything else which is interesting about sexual love, nothing else has this much capability to provide meaning in our lives. As long as we pursue sexual love, we know what we are living for.


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