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On Life and Sex: Essays of Love and Virtue discusses the fundamental principles and practical application of love and virtue. This book contains two volume encompassing 16 chapters. The first volume deals first with the role of parents and grandparents in educating the children concerning love, sex, marriage, and virtues. This part also highlights marriage, the roles of husband and wife, and the play-function of sex. The second volume tackles topics such as family, taboos, obscenity, eugenics, and population control.
I Children and Parents
II The Place of the Grandparents
III The Meaning of Purity
IV Marriages not made in Heaven
V The Objects of Marriage
VI Husbands and Wives
VII The Love-Rights of Women
VIII The Play-Function of Sex
IX What is Frustration
X The Individual and the Race
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1948
- 1st January 1948
- eBook ISBN:
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