||Columbia themes in philosophy, social criticism, and the arts
||Acknowledgments -- Introduction: whose sexual revolution? -- A thousand modes of venery : coital positions as actions and communications -- Voluptuary architecture : organizing, policing, and producing pleasure -- Sodomy and reason : making sense of the libertine preference -- "The obscene organ of brute pleasure" : social functions of the clitoris -- The fury of her kindness : what should a libertine know about orgasm? -- Color and caprice: the politics and aesthetics of interracial relations -- Canonizing Sade : eros, democracy, and differentiation -- Notes -- Index.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-376) and index.|
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