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What is Love analysis and summary

Read the essay by Paul Gray "What is Love?"
â?¢ In his article, Gray claims: "Like the universe, the more we learn about love, the more preposterous and mysterious it is likely to appear" (3).
â?¢ He also states: "Romance is real. It is not merely a conceit; it is bred into our biology" (1).
â?¢ After reading the article, decide if you agree with his thesis and other main points in the article. Next, write a thesis statement regarding studying love scientifically. Do you agree love can be a subject of scientific study? Why or why not? Do you believe love is biologically ingrained or culturally maintained?
â?¢ Next, defend your position. Add evidence, quotes and paraphrases from Gray's article, to support your thesis. Cite the page numbers of the quotes according to MLA format as in my examples.

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The assignment instructions include: After reading the article, decide if you agree with his thesis and other main points in the article. Next, write a thesis statement regarding studying love scientifically. Do you agree love can be a subject of scientific study? Why or why not? Do you believe love is biologically ingrained or culturally maintained?

Next, write support sentences for your paragraph to defend your position. Add evidence, quotes and paraphrases from Gray's article, to support your thesis. Cite the page numbers of the quotes according to MLA format as in my examples.

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After having read the article, one thing that would help clarify this assignment is to actually list what the themes (or major points) are that the author makes. One such main idea is that love and marriage do not go together in many cultures, as marriage is still considered a financial and/or political alliance. ...

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Discussion of hints, tips and suggestions for how to approach solving this assignment. Quotes are pulled, and examples are provided for each of the assignment requirements.

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