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  • Author:
    Juha Sihvola,Martha C. Nussbaum
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    University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (July 1, 2002)
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    457 pages
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Sex is beyond reason, and yet we constantly reason about it. So, too, did the peoples of ancient Greece and Rome. But until recently there has been little discussion of their views on erotic experience and sexual ethics. The Sleep of Reason brings together an international group of philosophers, philologists, literary critics, and historians to consider two questions normally kept separate: how is erotic experience understood in classical texts of various kinds, and what ethical judgments and philosophical arguments are made about sex?

The Sleep of Reason book.

The Sleep of Reason book. The Sleep of Reason brings together an international group of philosophers, philologists, literary critics, and historians to consider two questions Sex is beyond reason, and yet we constantly reason about it.

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So, too, did the peoples of ancient Greece and Rome. But until recently there has been little discussion of their views on erotic experience and sexual ethics

So, too, did the peoples of ancient Greece and Rome.

erotic experience and sexual ethics.

But until recently there has been little discussion of their views on erotic experience and sexual ethics. What desires do you mean? Those that are awakened in sleep, when the rest of the soul-the rational, gentle, and ruling part-slumbers. Then the beastly and savage part, full of food and drink, casts off sleep and seeks to find a way to gratify itself.

Similar books and articles. Erotic Ethics G. V. Nussbaum, J. Sihvola (Ed. : The Sleep of Reason. Greek and Roman Art Giovanni Becatti: The Art of Ancient Greece and Rome From the Rise of Greece to the Fall of Rome. Pp. 441; 385 Text Figs. London: Thames & Hudson, 1968. Erotic Experience and Sexual Ethics in Ancient Greece and Rome. VIII + 457. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2002. Isbn: 0-226-60915-4 (0-226-60914-6 Hbk).

Nussbaum, Martha; Sihvola, Juha (2002). The sleep of reason: erotic experience and sexual ethics in ancient Greece and Rome. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Nussbaum, Martha; Basu, Amriyta; Tambiah, Yasmin; Jayal, Naraja Gopal (2003). Essays on gender and governance (PDF). India: Macmillan for the United Nations Development Programme.

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The Sleep of Reason: Erotic Experience and Sexual Ethics in Ancient Greece and Rome (with Juha Sihvola), Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002. On "Nineteen Eighty-Four" : Orwell and Our Future (with Abbott Gleason and Jack Goldsmith), Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005. 55. (with Hilary Putnam) Changing Aristotle’s Mind, in Nussbaum and Rorty, Essays On Aristotle’s De Anima, 27-56.

Sex is beyond reason, and yet we constantly reason about it. So, too, did the peoples of ancient Greece and Rome. But until recently there has been little discussion of their views on erotic experience and sexual ethics.The Sleep of Reason brings together an international group of philosophers, philologists, literary critics, and historians to consider two questions normally kept separate: how is erotic experience understood in classical texts of various kinds, and what ethical judgments and philosophical arguments are made about sex? From same-sex desire to conjugal love, and from Plato and Aristotle to the Roman Stoic Musonius Rufus, the contributors demonstrate the complexity and diversity of classical sexuality. They also show that the ethics of eros, in both Greece and Rome, shared a number of commonalities: a focus not only on self-mastery, but also on reciprocity; a concern among men not just for penetration and display of their power, but also for being gentle and kind, and for being loved for themselves; and that women and even younger men felt not only gratitude and acceptance, but also joy and sexual desire.Contributors:* Eva Cantarella* Kenneth Dover* Chris Faraone* Simon Goldhill* Stephen Halliwell* David M. Halperin* J. Samuel Houser* Maarit Kaimio* David Konstan* David Leitao* Martha C. Nussbaum* A. W. Price* Juha Sihvola

Cordanius
The moral understanding of the Greek and Roman world has a real application in our time. It is not that we should emulate their beliefs, it is that we need to understand their beliefs. Much of the New Testament is written to Greek and Roman people. When Paul, or others, use generic words such as indecent, unclean, immoral, or such, most people think of the meaning of the word in today's culture. Until we truly begin to understand the culture, especially the moral culture, of the first century; we cannot begin to understand the message as it would have been understood in that cultural setting. The book, The Sleep of Reason" provides this understanding. This is a well written and thought provoking book.
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