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Page 190 - STANFORD UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER STANFORD, CALIFORNIA 94305 Ignorance of Library's rules does not exempt
Page 7 - nasci sibi filios, introiens ad uxorem fratris sui, semen fundebat in terram, ne liberi fratris nomine nascerentur. Et idcirco percussit eum Dominus, eo quod rem detestabilem faceret.
Page 139 - FRAUDULENT practices in the conjunction of the sexes often occasion injurious consequences to the family. They induce tastes and habits of debauchery, and hence lead to inconstancy, infidelity, and adultery. Men become inclined to seek the excitement of unexpected or unusual pleasures, rather than to enjoy the natural or easy ones offered in their own families.
Page 4 - simplicity of manners attributed to primitive society, when the pater familias was proud of exhibiting his numerous offspring. Such, however, is not the case, and I shall show that those who have an unlimited confidence in the patriarchal habits of our
Page 4 - frauds. It might naturally be supposed that these odious calculations of egotism, these shameful refinements of debauchery, are met with almost entirely in large cities, and among the luxurious classes; and that small towns and country places yet preserve
Page 4 - In this respect, as in many others, moral injunctions are in perfect harmony with the laws of nature, the teachings of physiology, and the rules of hygiene.
Page 139 - husbands abandon beautiful, accomplished, and prepossessing wives, to attach themselves to debased concubines, or to disgrace themselves in the filth of bagnios.
The preventive obstacle or conjugal onanism.