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How does bell hooks re-define the concept of love? What are the two central takeaways she wants readers to glean about love?

Students should be able to summarize hooks' definition of love as the nurturing of one's own or another's spiritual growth. The second takeaway that they should mention is that hooks redefines love as an action rather than an emotion.

hooks believes that love and spirituality are inherently connected. Explain how these two themes are linked to one another. Include a citation from the book in your answer.

Students should be able to explore and discuss hooks' believe that God is love and that therefore all awakening to love is spiritual awakening and vise versa. They should draw on material from Chapters 5 and 13 in particular in their answers.

According to All About Love, power and dominance are antithetical to love. What are some ways that power and dominance can be subverted both in interpersonal relationships and in society as a whole to foster a love ethic?

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