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Studies in sexual inversion : embodying A study in Greek ethics and A study in modern ethics

Author: John Addington Symonds
Publisher: New York : Medical Press of New York, 1964.
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Symonds, John Addington, 1840-1893.
Studies in sexual inversion.
New York : Medical Press of New York, 1964
(OCoLC)613193687
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Addington Symonds
OCLC Number: 2623472
Description: 191 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Part One --
a problem in Greek ethics. Introduction: method of treating the subject --
Homer had no knowledge of paiderastia --
Achilles --
treatment of Homer by the later Greeks --
The romance of Achilles and Patroclus --
The heroic ideal of masculine love --
Vulgar paiderastia --
how introduced into Hellas --
Crete --
Laius --
the myth of Ganymede --
Discrimination of two loves, heroic and vulgar. The mixed sort is the paiderastia defined as Greek love in this essay. --
The intensity of paiderastia as an emotion, and its quality --
Myths of paiderastia --
Semi-legendary tales of love --
Harmodius and Aristogeiton --
Dorian customs --
Sparta and Crete --
conditions of Dorian life --
moral quality of Dorian love --
its final degeneracy --
Paiderastia in poetry of the lyric age --
Paiderastia upon the Attic stage --
Recapitulation of points --
Distinctions drawn by Attic law and custom --
chrestoi pornoi --
presents and money --
atimia of freemen who had sold their bodies --
Platonic doctrine on Greek love --
Greek liberty and Greek love extinguished at Chæronea --
The deep root struck by paiderastia in Greece --
position of women --
Relation of paiderastia to the fine arts --
Homosexuality among Greek women --
Greek love did not exist at Rome --
Part two --
a problem in modern ethics. Christian opinion from the age of Justinian --
Vulgar errors --
Literature: pornographic and descriptive --
Carlier, Les deux Prostitutions --
Literature: medico-forensic --
Tardieu --
Literature: medical-psychological --
Moreau, Tarnowski, Krafft-Ebing, Lombroso --
Literature: historical and anthropological --
Meier, "A problem in Greek Ethics:; Rosenbaum, Bastian, Herbert Spencer, Sir Richard Burton, Mantegazza --
Literature: Polemical --
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs --
Literature: Idealistic --
Walt Whitman.
Responsibility: by John Addington Symonds.

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