Carrie Jenkins

author, “What Love Is: And What It Could Be”

Guest

Author, “What Love Is: And What It Could Be;” professor of philosophy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.

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On this Valentine’s Day, we explore romantic love with a philosopher who has a polyamorous relationship.

Are we too closed-minded about what love is?

On this Valentine’s Day, we explore romantic love with a philosopher who has a polyamorous relationship.

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