Historien du sensible
Dans ce livre d'entretiens, l'historien Alain Corbin revient sur sa jeunesse normande sous les bombardements, sa guerre d'Algérie, son professorat à Limoges, son parcours universitaire atypique, la genèse de ses découvertes. Un regard sans œillères sur le XIX e et le XX e siècle. (Cette édition numérique reprend, à l'identique, l'édition originale de 2000.) Alain Corbin est l'un des historiens les plus originaux et talentueux de sa génération. Ses recherches l'ont conduit à étudier des thèmes qui, jusque-là, étaient restés méconnus ou ignorés : la misère sexuelle et la prostitution au XIXe siècle, l'odorat et l'imaginaire social aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles, le désir du rivage, le paysage sonore et la culture sensible dans les campagne du XIXe siècle, le déchaînement de violence survenu à Hautefaye en 1870, l'avènement des loisirs entre 1850 et 1960, ou encore le " monde retrouvé " de Louis-Fernand Pinagot, biographie d'un sabotier normand du XIXe siècle choisi au hasard dans les archives. Tous ces livres, qui ont connu un grand succès, placent Alain Corbin comme le chef de file d'une histoire qui revient sur ses préjugés et qui restitue à l'imaginaire et au sensible l'importance, pour comprendre les sociétés passées, que leur avait refusée l'histoire politique, sociale ou économique traditionnelle. Dans ce livre d'entretiens, Alain Corbin revient sur sa jeunesse normande sous les bombardements, sa guerre d'Algérie, son professorat à Limoges, son parcours universitaire atypique, la genèse de ses découvertes. Il formule tous les questionnements qui traversent la recherche historique et pose, sur le XIXe et le XXe siècle, un regard sans œillères autorisant toutes les lectures. Cet historien du sensible, qui connaît un grand rayonnement à l'étranger, prend plaisir à restituer tout ce qui constitue l'humain et à s'affranchir des grands systèmes.
“All of us are called to keep striving towards something greater than ourselves and our families, and every family must feel this constant impulse. Let us make this journey as families, let us keep walking together.” Pope Francis, Amoris Laetitia In his groundbreaking work on modern family life, Amoris Laetitia: On Love in the Family, Pope Francis continues to guide and lead the Church, calling us to be a sign of mercy and encouragement for families of all shapes and sizes. The Our Sunday Visitor edition includes exclusive reflection and discussion questions, to help Catholics grow in our understanding of this call, and act upon it. In Amoris Laetitia: On Love in the Family the Holy Father expands on the topics and considerations of the two Synods on the family, and adds his own considerations to help us provide pastoral guidance to support and strengthen today’s families. On Love in the Family guides us through: Scripture – what we can learn from Biblical families and relationships with God and each other Reality – the experiences and challenges we face in today’s world Tradition – essential aspects of Church teaching on marriage and families Love – what it means for all our relationships Ministry – Pope Francis offers pastoral perspectives for helping build strong families Spirituality – the expression of the Gospel message in our relationships
Stepchildren of Nature
Psychiatrist Richard von Krafft-Ebing (1840-1902) played a key role in the construction of the modern concept of sexuality. As the author of the famous Psychopathia sexualis, he named and classified virtually all nonprocreative sexualities, synthesizing knowledge on sadism, masochism, fetishism, homosexuality, and exhibitionism. His influence on the study of sexuality cannot be overstated, but it is often misunderstood. In the wake of Michel Foucault's influential sexual histories, Krafft-Ebing is often maligned as a contributor to the repressed Victorian construction of sexual deviancy. But in this powerful new cultural history Harry Oosterhuis invites us to reconsider the quality and extent of Krafft-Ebing's influence. Revisiting the case studies on which Krafft-Ebing based his findings, and thus drawing on the voices of his patients and informants, Oosterhuis finds that Krafft-Ebing was not the harsh judge of perversions that we think he was. He argues that Krafft-Ebing had a deep appreciation of the psyche, and that his work reveals an attempt to separate sexual deviancies from ideas of immorality. In the tradition of Freud, then, Krafft-Ebing should stand not as a villain, but as a contributor to more modern notions of sexual identity.
Presents an English translation of Jacques Lacan's most famous work, with translations of all the papers featured in the original French edition.
The acclaimed author of One Hundred Years of Homosexuality offers an uncompromising and impassioned defense of the late French philosopher and historian Michel Foucault as a galvanizing thinker whose career as a theorist and activist will continue to serve as a model for other gay intellectuals, activists, and scholars. Illustrations.
History of sex in the West from the ancients to the moderns by describing the developments in reproductive anatomy and physiology.
Making Sexual History
Jeffrey Weeks has established an international reputation as one of the most original and influential writers on the social history of sexuality.
The Letters Of Rosa Luxemburg
The most comprehensive collection of letters by Rosa Luxemburg ever published in English, this book includes 190 letters written to leading figures in the European and international labor and socialist movements––Leo Jogiches, Karl Kautsky, Clara Zetkin and Karl Liebknecht––who were among her closest friends, lovers and colleagues. Much of this correspondence appears for the first time in English translation; all of it helps to illuminate the inner life of this iconic revolutionary, who was at once an economic and social theorist, a political activist and a lyrical stylist. Her political concerns are revealed alongside her personal struggles within a socialist movement that was often hostile to independently minded women. This collection will provide readers with a newer and deeper appreciation of Luxemburg as a writer and historical figure. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Human Sexual Response
This is the Bible of the Sex Revolution of the 1960s, to such an extent that one cannot say whether this book caused the Sex Revolution or the Sex Revolution led to the creation of this book. This book asked and answered questions that had rarely been addressed and had never been answered before. What happens to the woman during the sexual process? Prior to this book, nobody knew the answer. It can be observed that when a woman becomes sexually aroused, her vagina becomes lubricated through vaginal fluids. Where does this arousal take place? Does it happen just in the clitoris or does it also take place deep within the walls of the vagina? These are questions that Masters and Johnson penetrated.
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