Marriage and Morals

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1970 - 316 pagini
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Russell's approach to sex and love is based on the realities of need and desire, rather than on ancient tribal and religious taboos. Marriage and Morals is a clear, unbiased look at morality, a morality that is simply one aspect of Russell's lifelong opposition to restrictive dogma and an affirmation of his unshakeable faith in the adequacy of man and the power of human intellect.

"Sufficient dynamite to blast a carload of ordinary sex popularizers from the face of the earth . . . deals most competently and completely with practically every ramification of sex and sex life and occurs in modern sociology and psychology." —New York Post

"Fundamental and clear, unbiased and persuasive. Russell writes as a humanist, defending the happiness of man against many moral prejudices, advocates his changes lucidly and wittily." —Time

 

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WHY A SEXUAL ETHIC IS NECESSARY
3
WHERE FATHERHOOD IS UNKNOWN
14
THE DOMINION OF THE FATHER
25
PHALLIC WORSHIP ASCETICISM AND SIN
33
CHRISTIAN ETHICS
44
ROMANTIC LOVE
63
THE LIBERATION OF WOMEN
78
THE TABOO ON SEX KNOWLEDGE
93
THE PLACE OF LOVE IN HUMAN LIFE
118
MARRIAGE
130
PROSTITUTION
145
TRIAL MARRIAGE
156
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Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) was born in England and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. His long career established him as one of the most influential philosophers, mathematicians, and social reformers of the twentieth century.

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