Teaching Fellow, University of Birmingham
Luke Brunning is a philosopher and teaching fellow at the University of Birmingham. He researches romantic relationships, the philosophy of emotion and topics in ethics. His writing has appeared in the Journal of Applied Philosophy and The Times Literary Supplement, among others. He lives in Bristol, UK.
Imagine there’s no jealousy
Why we should understand jealousy as nothing more than a vice that ought to be replaced by the new virtue of compersion
Sex and sexuality
What is it like to feel love and share physical intimacy yet feel no sexual attraction to the person you are with?
Natasha McKeever & Luke Brunning