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" On the other hand, the abandonment of the reproductive function is the common feature of all perversions. We actually describe a sexual activity as perverse if it has given up the aim of reproduction and pursues the attainment of pleasure as an aim independent... "
Yes Means Yes: Getting Explicit about Heterosex - Page 43
by Kath Albury - 2002 - 204 pages
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Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis

Sigmund Freud - Psychology - 1977 - 500 pages
...other hand, the abandonment of the reproductive function is the common feature of all perversions. We actually describe a sexual activity as perverse...attainment of pleasure as an aim independent of it. So, as you will see, the breach and turning-point in the development of sexual life lies in its becoming...
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Sexual Dissidence: Augustine to Wilde, Freud to Foucault

Jonathan Dollimore - Design - 1991 - 388 pages
...1905. He says: 'the abandonment of the reproductive function is the common feature of all perversions. We actually describe a sexual activity as perverse...attainment of pleasure as an aim independent of it' (i. 358). On this account, especially since the arrival of the post-modern, we are presumably all perverts...
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The Cambridge Companion to Freud

Jerome Neu - Philosophy - 1991 - 356 pages
...other hand, the abandonment of the reproductive function is the common feature of all perversions. We actually describe a sexual activity as perverse...attainment of pleasure as an aim independent of it. So ... the breach and turning-point in the development of sexual life lies in its becoming subordinate...
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The Trials of Masculinity: Policing Sexual Boundaries, 1870-1930

Angus McLaren - Social Science - 2008 - 316 pages
...in defending "normal intercourse" that he was later to write in his Introductory Lectures, "We . . . describe a sexual activity as perverse if it has given...the attainment of pleasure as an aim independent of it."48 Turn-of-the-century doctors did not, of course, speak with one voice on the subject of sexuality....
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The Question of God: C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex, and ...

Armand Nicholi - Philosophy - 2002 - 304 pages
...satisfactory contraceptive existed. They also point to a lecture he gave in 1916 in which he stated: "We . . . describe a sexual activity as perverse if it has given...attainment of pleasure as an aim independent of it." (Sometimes it is hard to fathom how Freud became an international symbol of sexual freedom.) Other...
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Theology of the Body Explained: A Commentary on John Paul II's "Gospel of ...

Christopher West - Body, Human - 2003 - 530 pages
...the common feature of all perversions. We actually describe a sexual activity as perverse," he wrote, "if it has given up the aim of reproduction and pursues...attainment of pleasure as an aim independent of it" (p. 392). B The Need for a Personalist Ethic One thing is certain about the complex ecclesial crisis...
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