The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - Chapter 3, Love (Senility) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Love (Senility) Summary and Analysis

Andy believes that love is too complicated and involves more work than most people are willing or able to commit to. According to Andy, elementary school children need to be taught courses in beauty, love, and sex with the most emphasis on love. If children understand early how insignificant sex is, they will not be so obsessed with it. However, adults will never take this position with their children because beauty, love, and sex constitute big business.

Conversely, Andy feels that being in the dark about love and sex can be a good situation because knowledge kills all anticipation and excitement, which are the major attributes of making love anyway. Andy equates this anticipation with the first time he, as an adult, sees the movie Snow White, which he thoroughly enjoys. Andy believes that people should not...

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