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" ... sport," the manifestations of which must be regulated when they become antisocial ? There is probably an element of truth in more than one of these views. Very widely divergent views of sexual inversion are largely justified by the position and attitude... "
Studies in the Psychology of Sex - Sivu 180
tekijä(t) Havelock Ellis - 1906
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Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis, John Addington Symonds - 1897 - 299 sivua
...justified by the position and attitude of the investigator. It is natural that the police official should find that his cases are largely mere examples...are not so very unlike ordinary persons. We have to recognise the influence of professional and personal bias and the influence of environment, one investigator...

Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915 - 391 sivua
...when they become antisocial? There is probably an element of truth in more than one of these views. Very widely divergent views of sexual inversion are...and personal bias and the influence of environment. Freudians), the other seeking to enlarge the sphere of the congenital (represented by Krafft-Ebing,...

Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915 - 391 sivua
...when they become antisocial ? There is probably an element of truth in more than one of these views. Very widely divergent views of sexual inversion are...and personal bias and the influence of environment. Freudians), the other seeking to enlarge the sphere of the congenital (represented by Krafft-Ebing,...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sexual inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915
...police-official should find that his cases are largely mere examples of disgusting vice and erime. It is natural that the asylum superintendent should...and personal bias and the influence of environment. Freudians), the other seeking to enlarge the sphere of the congenital (represented by Krafft-Ebing,...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex ...

Havelock Ellis - 1921
...when they become antisocial? There is probably an element of truth in more than one of these views. Very widely divergent views of sexual inversion are...and personal bias and the influence of environment. Freudians), the other seeking to enlarge the sphere of the congenital (represented by Krafft-Ebing,...

The Bourgeois Experience: The tender passion

Peter Gay - 1984 - 528 sivua
...inversion will reach must vary with his particular angle of vision. "It is natural that the police official should find that his cases are largely mere examples...that we are chiefly dealing with a form of insanity." He added, equably, it was "equally natural that the sexual invert himself should find that he and his...
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Deviance and Medicalization: From Badness to Sickness

Peter Conrad, Joseph W. Schneider - 2010 - 352 sivua
...(1936) concludes insightfully: There is probably an element of truth in more than one of these views. Very widely divergent views of sexual inversion are...and personal bias and the influence of environment. (p. 302) He might have added that physicians are also predisposed to "discover" inversion as a condition...
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