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The pleasure principle

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Where does your appreciation of Pollock or Constable or Banksy, or indeed your enjoyment of other pleasurable sight, come from? Paul Bloom, a psychology professor at Yale University, has written a book called How Pleasure Works. He outlines the experiment upon which his thinking is based.


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