The Red Lamp of Incest

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Dutton, 1980 - Social Science - 271 pages
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Refutes the widely accepted notion that the taboos against mother-son and father-daughter sexual relations are universal, arguing that our anxiety about the issue is an illuminating indication of our past history and current condition

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Review: The Red Lamp of Incest: An Enquiry Into the Origins of Mind and Society

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An outstanding multidisciplinary exercise in speculative anthropology. I hope to have time to elaborate at some length on this fascinating book. Read full review


ONE The Lighting of the Lamp
TWO Between Brother and Sister
FOUR The Monkey Puzzle

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