Philosophy of Sexuality
This text offers a broad range of topics relating to the philosophy of sexuality. These include: morality; adultery; sex and gender differences; romantic love; gender-based speech; marriage; family and parenthood; feminism; and others.
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Page 15 - To be mistaken in the fundamental problem of " man and woman," to deny here the profoundest antagonism and the necessity for an eternally hostile tension, to dream here perhaps of equal rights, equal training, equal claims and obligations : that is a typical sign of shallow-mindedness ; and a thinker...