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Alain de Botton: On Love

Digital Season | Recorded in the Concert Hall in 2016

On demand from: Sunday, 11th April 8pm AEST
Genre: Talks & Ideas

In his 2016 talk, On Love, philosopher, bestselling author and School of Life cofounder Alain de Botton explores what it actually means to live happily ever after. The warm and witty philosopher of the everyday talks about how romantic myths and misconceptions shape modern relationships, and examines what it might mean to love, to be loved and to stay in love.

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