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Sex, Morality and Law | SpringerLink
Sex has received little attention in the history of western philosophy, and what it did receive was not good: Plato denigrated it, arguing that it should lead to something higher or better Phaedrus , Symposium , Aristotle barely mentioned it, and Christian philosophers condemned it: Augustine argued that its pleasures are dangerous in mastering us, and allowed sex only for procreation City of God , bk 14; On Marriage and Concupiscence , while Aquinas confined its permissibility to conjugal, procreative acts Summa contra gentiles III. III, ch. The Marquis de Sade a philosopher of sorts went to the opposite extreme, celebrating all types of sexual acts, including rape ; ; Only during contemporary times do philosophers, beginning with Bertrand Russell and including Sigmund Freud , think of sex as generally good see Soble b and ch. Sex raises fascinating issues. Rooted in our biology, pervaded by our intentionality, and normally directed at other human beings, sexual desire is complex and not confined to specific mating seasons.
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Philosophy of Sexuality
Tolerance : Experiments with Freedom in the Netherlands pp Cite as. This chapter focuses on sexual legal morality and sexual ethics. In the erotic domain, Dutch practice provides an ideal testing ground for liberal theory. Since the Sexual Revolution of the s, the Netherlands has been in the vanguard of sexual emancipation, providing a unique opportunity to observe the liberal model in action. The chapter analyses Dutch legal history in this field in the light of the current philosophical debate concerning the harm principle.
There is no such thing as sexual morality per se. Put less dramatically, there is no morality special to sex: no act is wrong simply because of its sexual nature. Sexual morality consists in moral considerations that are relevant elsewhere as well being applied to sexual activity or relations.