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A Flaw in Valentine's Day: Our Narrow View of Love

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A Flaw in Valentine's Day: Our Narrow View of Love

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A Flaw in Valentine's Day: Our Narrow View of Love

A Flaw in Valentine's Day: Our Narrow View of Love

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Valentine's Day is essentially a day focused on the exciting beginnings of love. But philosopher Alain de Botton argues that Valentine's Day for grown-ups could be seen as a striving to be more worthy of love.

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