Why Is The Penis Shaped Like That

Author: Jesse Bering
Publisher: Scientific American / Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1429955104
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In Why Is the Penis Shaped Like That?, the research psychologist and award-winning columnist Jesse Bering features more than thirty of his most popular essays from Scientific American and Slate, as well as two new pieces, that take readers ...

Author: ลีโอ ตอลสตอย (กราฟ)
ISBN: 9786165144629
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Author: Jesse Bering
Publisher: Utet Libri
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Se avremo compreso a fondo questo principio, tentando di capire la nostra psicologia e quella degli altri in tutta la sua multiforme varietà, non esiteremo più ad ammettere che Perv siamo tutti noi.

The Complete Works Of Thomas Dick Ll D

Author: Thomas Dick
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Containing Essay on the Sin and Evils of Covetousness; Celestial Scenery; the
Sidereal Heavens; Practical Astronomer; the Solar System, with Moral and
Religious Reflections; the Atmospheres, and Atmospherical Phenomena Thomas
Dick. by different persons. ... L'Aigle, in Normandy. About one o'clock, the sky
being almost serene, a rolling noise like that of thuniler was heard, and a fiery
globe ... It weighed 51 lib., and had the size and shape of the human head. Its
specific gravity ...

Brother In The Bush

Author: John Slaughter
Publisher: Agate Publishing
ISBN: 1572846046
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To be human was to contain one's animal passions; to accede to them was to
sink to the level of a brute. But as Friedman pointed out in his book, an elegant
study of our various cultural reflections and hang-ups regarding the penis,
Western imagination, shaped in Greece and Rome, was still haunted by pagan
myths that spoke of satyrs, centaurs, and other(s as being) . . . half-man and half-
beast. Implicit in those myths was the idea that to be closer to nature was to be
closer to ...

The Complete Works Of Thomas Dick

Author: Thomas Dick
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Thomas Dick. plied as punishments for difl'erences of opinion in \ like fools and
idiots, as well as like demons, such - clude, that were the li ht of science and of
Chris- 5 doctrine or' power, for it. never can produce the intended effect; it may'
raged ... however distinguished for moral qualifications and intellectual
acquirements, from being eligible as teacher of a parochial school, if he is not
connected with the established church? and in many other ways attempts to
degrade thousands of ...

The Christian Philosopher Or The Connection Of Science And Philosophy With Religion Celestial Scenery Or The Wonders Of The Planetary System Displayed The Sidereal Heavens And Other Subjects Connected With Astronomy The Practical Astronomer The Solar System With Moral And Religious Reflections In Reference To The Wonders Therein Displayed The Atmosphere And Atmospherical Phenomena

Author: Thomas Dick
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Thomas Dick. by different persons. One of these stones, of about two pounds'
weight, fell through the top of the watchman's hut, close to which he was standing
, and buried itself several inches in the floor, which was of consolidated earth.
The form of the ... Some moments after thcro was heard at L'Aigle, and for thirty
leagues round in every direction, a violent explosion, which lasted five or six
minutes ; after which was heard a dreadful rumbling like the beating of a drum. In
the whole ...

The Complete Works Of Thomas Dick Ll D

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The Divine Being," they affirm, " might as easily have made matter to assume the
form of a shell, a fish, a lizarJ, or a water-worn pebble, such as we find In these
rocks, or of any other shape or structure." To all who have bestowed ... there be
any such persons, we must leave them to their own reflections, since they cannot
be influence:! by reason and sound argument ; with them we can sustain no
discussion, for there is no common ground on which we can meet." But why, I
would ask, ...