TITLE

Chapter Thirteen: MASTURBATION AND ETHICS

PUB. DATE
January 1999
SOURCE
Politically Incorrect Dialogues;1999, Vol. 82, p53
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter Thirteen of the book "Politically Incorrect Dialogues," by Howard Kainz is presented. It discusses the argument of philosopher Immanuel Kant that masturbation reveals the lack of respect for one's own person. It highlights psychologist Sigmund Freud who believed that if sexual energy was not led towards reproductive or productive purposes, it would be diverted into indiscriminate and destructive explosions.
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76450911

 

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