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Why Make-Up and Breakup Sex Are So Good

In the wake of having had a bitter fight, why is everything forgotten for amazingly enjoyable sex?

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The following is adapted from a post that first appeared on  Psychology Today.

 

Aaron Ben-Zeév, Ph.D., is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Haifa and former President of the University (2004 - 2012).

His research focuses on theoretical issues concerning the emotions, as well as the study of particular emotions. His major books are The Subtlety of Emotions(MIT, 2000), Love Online: Emotions on the Internet (Cambridge UP, 2004), In The Name of Love: Romantic ideology and its victims (With R. Goussinsky, Oxford UP, 2008); The Perceptual System (Peter Lang, 1993); and Die Logik der Gefühle: Kritik der emotionalen Intelligenz (Suhrkamp, 2009)

 

 

Aaron Ben-Zeév, Ph.D., is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Haifa and former President of the University (2004-2012). His research focuses on theoretical issues concerning the emotions, as well as the study of particular emotions. His major books include "The Subtlety of Emotions (MIT, 2000)," "Love Online: Emotions on the Internet (Cambridge UP, 2004)" and "In The Name of Love: Romantic ideology and its victims (With R. Goussinsky, Oxford UP, 2008)."

Professor Ben-Ze'ev is the President of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions.