Philosophers, religions, and spiritualities throughout the world and throughout history have theorized and practiced love in many forms.
From family, to friendship, to enemies - love remains a focus of the humanities and Love for All works with and draws from the wells of our philosophical and spiritual traditions to expand love and wisdom in the world.
Love, compassion, kindness, and altruism have been studied by sociologists, psychologists, evolutionary biologists, neuroscientists, and within many other fields of the applied, life, and social sciences.
Love for All produces new discipline-specific and interdisciplinary knowledge through original research and publication in peer reviewed journals and books, and seeks to disseminate the best that science has to offer regarding the nature of love.
Musicians, poets, writers, filmmakers, painters and all manner of artists have reflected on love.
Not simply romantic love, but the love that can extend to all and is expressed through compassion, kindness, and generosity. The love that extends to death, through suffering, and beyond.
We at Love for All create art reflecting on the many facets and nuances of love, and we share and curate the art of others.