Breaking Up

  • Anne Muxel
Part of the Europe in Transition: The Nyu European Studies Series book series (EIT)


Georg Simmel identifies two different types of non-conciliation in conflict that have different consequences for the future of a relationship and therefore for the bonds of love.


Extreme Left Political Extreme Partisan Commitment Filial Duty Palestinian Conflict 
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