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Toward desire

Linda Lee Harper

Toward desire

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Published by Word Works in Washington, DC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLinda Lee Harper.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3558.A6247935 T69 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p. ;
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL817451M
ISBN 100915380331
LC Control Number95062219

O'Hear credited Scruton with usefully illustrating his thesis that human sexual relations in general, and sexual arousal and desire in particular, Toward desire book characterised by intentionality with reference to Joseph and His Brothers, and with using the thesis to convincingly criticise Freud and Kinsey. Scruton is critical of Kinsey's ideas about sexual arousal and behaviour. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life. Brownin Life Against Deathhave illegitimately drawn moral conclusions from the theory of the libido. Although Blanche has told Stella about Stanley's assault, Stella cannot bring herself to believe her sister's story. Reader response to this candor has varied over the centuries.

Toward desire book was the consequence of their sin. He will make it very difficult for her to submit to him. He questioned whether the concept of intentionality was useful for "a practical morality of sexual desire", and argued that if all significant human acts, whether voluntary or involuntary, were evidence of intentionality, then the concept itself became "empty" and was not necessarily more useful than an emphasis on "will-power". He believed that Scruton misunderstood the work of Freud and Kinsey, falsely attributing to them a "depersonalization of sexual experience", presented an oversimplified view of the British political tradition, offered arguments that were unlikely to convince those not already in agreement with him, and presented "a highly personal profession of faith in traditional heterosexuality. Surely, he could experience a Season of indulgence before squeezing himself the rest of the way down duty's narrow crevasse?

Nonetheless, it is Augustine's negative views about sexuality that predominate. Stanley overhears the conversation but keeps silent. Blanche is in her thirties and, with no money, has nowhere else to go. A wife struggles to submit to her husband. From that point on, she dreamed of creating fictional worlds with richness, intrigue, and passion.


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Toward desire by Linda Lee Harper Download PDF Ebook

She was wealthy, poised, and utterly uninterested in a long-term arrangement. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying.

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Despite its shocking scenes and gritty dialogue, the audience applauded the debut performance. He criticised Scruton for attempting to "view the metaphysically sanitised conception Toward desire book sexual desire from a specific political perspective.

Cite this Literature Note Critical Essays Augustine's View of Sexuality One of the most notable features of the Confessions, and one Toward desire book has fascinated — or perhaps titillated — readers through the centuries is Augustine's honesty about his sexual career.

And his younger sister, Julia — vexing though she could be — had been introduced to the ton last Season and subsequently crowned a diamond of the first water. She cocked a delicately arched black brow as if to say — even I did not think you could sink so low.

O'Hear credited Scruton with usefully illustrating his thesis that human sexual relations in general, and sexual arousal and desire in particular, are characterised by intentionality with reference to Joseph and His Brothers, and with using the thesis to convincingly criticise Freud and Kinsey.

He frowned.

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Scruton writes that Spinoza created an impersonal metaphysics in which "the 'self' and all its mysteries" vanish, and argues that Leibniz, by trying to understand the world based on an idea of individual existence that has the self Toward desire book its model, made Toward desire book impossible to recognise the "objective order into which individuals may enter as component parts.

He endorsed Scruton's view that sexual desire is both "intentional and interpersonal" and that it arises "within the mores and institutions also constructed through human intention", and praised Scruton discussions of "the smile and the caress, shame and jealousy" and the moral relevance of gender, but criticised his treatment of homosexuality.

Edna Pontellier's story takes place in s Louisiana, within the upper-class Creole society. Over her head he grins through the curtains at Blanche. According to Scruton, perversion involves deviations from "the unity of animal and interpersonal relation" that normally characterises sexual desire and detaches the sexual urge from its interpersonal intentionality.

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He refers to this dilemma as "Plato's question". Augustine's sexual impulses were clearly a source of intense emotional pain for him, and this fact alone may account for the emphasis he places on his sexual sins. He accepts that sociobiological explanations of phenomena such as monogamy may possibly be correct, albeit in his view they remain insensitive to important distinctions and cannot lead to full understanding of human behaviour because in human life phenomena that must be understood in terms of reasons rather than causes are common.

He Toward desire book Kinsey and his co-authors the "most-simple minded" proponents of this view, writing that they unacceptably see orgasm as the aim of desire and "the presence of Toward desire book other person as its occasion.

Julia remained by the refreshment table, thoroughly occupied with her friend, Lady Horatia. He consults Dr. However, he is unconvinced by the argument, put forward by the philosophers Karl Popper and Ernest Nagelthat Freudian theory implies no testable observation and therefore does not have genuine predictive power, maintaining that it has Toward desire book "theoretical terms" and "empirical content.

He argues that obscenity Toward desire book the attempt to divorce the sexual act from its interpersonal intentionality", or the directedness of sexual arousal.

All Augustine's self-contained misery welled up, and he moved off to a bench to weep. Unexpectedly, Robert and Edna become intensely infatuated with each other by summer's end.

Silks rustled, candlelight flickered, and laughter harmonized with strains of violin music, tempting those inclined to dance.

Hearing this as a divine command to open his Bible, Augustine did so and read an injunction against "indecencies," a command to "put on the Lord Jesus Christ and make no provision for the flesh in its lusts.

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