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The concept of romantic love as the proper basis of marriage has gained greater acceptance in North America than anywhere else in the world. Yet the divorce rate in this country is also higher than anywhere else in the world — and is continuing to rise at an accelerating pace. This has led some psychologists and marriage counselors to question the validity of romantic love as a basis for an enduring marital relationship. Nathaniel Branden challenges these critics and presents a new and original theory of the nature and meaning of romantic love in human life, the relation of love and sex, the nature of masculinity and femininity — and the psychological conditions necessary for the achievement of emotional and sexual fulfillment. Learn More
This recording was made available by The Nathaniel Branden Institute. A lecture given and recorded at Stanford University on January 21, 1966. Mr. Branden discusses the questions: What is the problem of alienation? What is personal identity? What is the significance of the attacks on capi... Learn More
History: Prepared by Nathaniel Branden in the late fifties and with the endorsement of Ayn Rand, these lectures were developed and devoted to a presentation of Ayn Rand's philosophy, including aspects that had not yet been covered in her written works. Additionally, Mr. Branden's... Learn More