Loving Is Why with Sam Keen

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The Beatles used to say their “most philosophical” song was the brief and simple “Love Me Do.” They weren’t joking: everybody’s looking for love, and many find it a complete mystery. Noted author and philosopher Sam Keen goes a long way toward unraveling that mystery, pointing out signposts we may have missed on the road to becoming a lover - which, he says, is “the essential human vocation.” Put on your walking shoes and come take a moonlit stroll, as we find new wrinkles in the words (again from the Beatles) “And in the end/the love you take/is equal to the love you make.” (hosted by Michael Toms) 


Sam Keen is an American author, professor, and philosopher who is best known for his exploration of questions regarding love, life, wonder, religion, and being a male in contemporary society. He co-produced Faces of the Enemy, an award-winning PBS documentary, was the subject of a Bill Moyers television special in the early 1990s, and for 20 years served as a contributing editor at Psychology Today magazine. He is also featured in the 2003 documentary Flight from Death

Sam Keen is the author of many books, including: 

To learn more about the work of Sam Keen go to www.samkeen.com.

Host: Michael Toms                        Interview Date: 8/3/1983            Program Number: 1805