By now most of us know that we are the product of evolution, both in our physical and non-physical beings. The fittest of our characteristics have survived. It is evident that – for example – the human eye is more sophisticated than a dog’s eye and so, presumably, are our dreams.
What about the way we procreate? No doubt zoologists can demonstrate with the greatest ease how the mechanics of human reproduction evolved from that of our predecessors. But which academic discipline has studied the invention of EROS?
Is that also the result of evolution? What an amazing invention – to connect the biology of human reproduction with the romantic idea of beauty, pleasure and poetry, and everything that makes life worth living! How did that come about? What a jump from the vulgar primates!
Who has studied it?