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  • evils. Chapter 1, . Sexual Ethics in Islam and in the Western World. Baztab News (2007/08/10). Retrieved on 2007-08-19. . Sexual Ethics in Islam and in the
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  • fraught with evils. Morteza Motahhari Sexual Ethics in Islam and in the Western World [Chapter 1, . Sexual Ethics in Islam and in the Western World. Baztab
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  • a free soul — and break that evil code. But faced with a problem in sexual ethics new to you, you tested it against that same Judeo-Christian code ..
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  • demands on us and must also correct us "Cardinal Ratzinger on Laicism and Sexual Ethics," Zenit.org, Nov. 19, 2004 In the hour of its greatest success, Europe
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  • they lose confidence in them, and feel justified in lying to them. Our Sexual Ethics (1936) It is only when we think abstractly that we have such a high
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  • immensely increased emphasis on indoctrination. In due course, puritanical sexual ethics were restored to favour. (pg. 53) If the gist of the controversy were
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  • Evil (category Ethics)
    quote Ratzinger, “that i am guilty of a moral evil” simply by fulfilling my sexual destiny as I see it. It’s…it’s hard for me to be told, to be told that I’m
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  • in someone else in a sexual relationship is also capable of enjoying as pleasure any pain which he may himself derive from sexual relations. A sadist is
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  • He propounded a philosophy of extreme licentiousness, unrestrained by ethics, religion or law, with the egotistical pursuit of personal pleasure being
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  • most optimistic ethics have all begun by emphasizing the element of failure involved in the condition of man; without failure, no ethics; for a being who
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  • is also a matter of psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics, law, ethics, theology, literature, history, philosophy, and most of the remaining humanities
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  • 1947) is an American author, scholar and critic, most notable for writing Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson, a monumental
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  • 16, 2005). "'Think of the Children!': An Ethics Fallacy". Ethics Scoreboard (Alexandria, Virginia: ProEthics, Ltd.). Retrieved on November 1, 2014. 
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  • When Socrates and his two great disciples composed a system of rational ethics they were hardly proposing practical legislation for mankind...They were
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  • loved you, O Beauty ever ancient and ever new! So late I loved you! The Ethics of Modernism: Moral Ideas in Yeats, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf, and Beckett‎ (2007)
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  • requirements of heterosexuality, which institutionalizes male sexual dominance and female sexual submission. p. 533 ”Perhaps the wrong of rape has proven
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  • acceptance of sexual orientation and gender identity minorities within the existing sexual conventions. Indeed, it repudiated the prevailing sexual morality
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  • doing temperate acts, brave by doing brave acts. Aristotle in Nichomachean Ethics (ca. 325 BC) Book II. Justice and equity are neither absolutely identical
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  • Pedophilia is defined as a sexual interest in prepubescent children. Arranged alphabetically by author [Pedophiles must be] excluded from any possibility
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  • exercises, which, from now on, were relegated to Christian mysticism and ethics. Reduced to the rank of a “handmaid of theology,” philosophy’s role was
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