"The Art Of" explores creative fields that fall outside the traditional definition of "art." Each week, a new artistic medium is explored through profiles of boundary-pushing artists. Focusing on the celebrated as well as the undiscovered, this series explores the creative process behind each featured art form and uncovers how and why these artists do what they do. From maestros of meditation to dance masters and scupltors who work with light, each week "The Art Of" reveals the passion that keeps these artists motivated and inspired.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Art of - The Art of Seduction - Netflix
The Art of Seduction (2001) is the second book by American author Robert Greene. The book examines social power through the lens of seduction and was an international bestseller.
The Art of - Synopsis - Netflix
The book profiles nine types of seducers (with an additional profile for an “anti-seducer”) and eighteen types of victims. Greene uses examples from historical figures such as Cleopatra, Giacomo Casanova, Duke Ellington and John F. Kennedy to support the psychology behind seduction. The book contains 24 seduction techniques. Greene saw The Art of Seduction as the logical follow-up to The 48 Laws of Power since seduction is “about power and manipulation as much as it is about romance, about how to make someone fall under your spell.”
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