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Intermediate Types Among. Primitive Folk: A Study in Social Evolution
作者:Edward Carpenter  译者(编者):
ISBN:  语言:英文
出版日期:1914年  出版社:NEW YORK:MITCHELL KENNERLEY
In this ground-breaking study of homosexuality, Edward Carpenter reviews an extensive body of literature, including accounts of Shamans and Bedarches (transgenders) in tribal society, and same-sex unions in ancient Greece and feudal Japan. This book includes much that has a direct bearing on issues of gay spirituality, including a discussion of the Kedushim, the priests of the ancient Near Eastern Goddess religion, and target of the Levitical anti-sodomy and anti-cross-dressing regulations. There is also a mention of the sanctioned Christian male same-sex unions in the Balkans, which gives a new dimension to recent controveries. The chapter on same-sex unions in feudal Japan is also of particular interest, as it deals with a topic very rarely dealt with by western writers.

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  •   Introduction
  • Introduction

  •   Part I. The Intermediate in the Service of Religion
  • CHAPTER I.As Prophet or Priest
  • CHAPTER II.As Wizard or Witch
  • CHAPTER III.As Inventors of the Arts and Crafts
  • CHAPTER IV.Hermaphrodism among Gods and Mortals

  •   Part II. The Intermediate as Warrior
  • CHAPTER V.Military Comradeship among the Dorian Greeks
  • CHAPTER VI.The Dorian Comradeship in Relation to the Status of Woman
  • CHAPTER VII.Relation to Civic Life and Religion
  • CHAPTER VIII.The Samurai of Japan: and their Ideal

  •   Conclusion
  • Conclusion


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