Homosexuality: A Philosophical Inquiry

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Blackwell, 1990 - Social Science - 299 pages
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Following discussion of homosexuality and its variously suggested explanations, the author moves towards the side of philosophy more concerned with questions of value. Referring to work both of the past and of the present, he asks whether, in any proper sense at all, homosexuality can be said to be a morally or otherwise pernicious form of sexual orientation and behavior. He raises and analyzes the question of whether homosexuality can be said to be a sickness or a disease.

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