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Le sexe [2003]

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  • AcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Whose Sexual Revolution?1. A Thousand Modes of Venery: Coital Positions as Actions and Communications2. Voluptuary Architecture: Organizing3. Sodomy and Reason: Making Sense of the Libertine Preference4. "the obscene organ of brute pleasure": Social Functions of the Clitoris5. The Fury of Her Kindness: What Should a Libertine Know About Orgasm?6. Color and Caprice: The Politics and Aesthetics of Interracial Relations7. Canonizing Sade: Eros, Democracy, and DifferentiationNotesIndex.
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What would happen if pleasure were made the organizing principle for social relations and sexual pleasure ruled over all? Radical French libertines experimented clandestinely with this idea during the Enlightenment. In explicit novels, dialogues, poems, and engravings, they wrenched pleasure free from religion and morality, from politics, aesthetics, anatomy, and finally reason itself, and imagined how such a world would be desirable, legitimate, rapturous-and potentially horrific. Laying out the logic and willful illogic of radical libertinage, this book ties the Enlightenment engagement with sexual license to the expansion of print, empiricism, the revival of skepticism, the fashionable arts and lifestyles of the Ancien R gime, and the rise and decline of absolutism. It examines the consequences of imagining sexual pleasure as sovereign power and a law unto itself across a range of topics, including sodomy, the science of sexual difference, political philosophy, aesthetics, and race. It also analyzes the roots of radical claims for pleasure in earlier licentious satire and their echoes in appeals for sexual liberation in the 1960s and beyond.
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  • t. 1. La face cachée du nazisme.
  • Au commencement était Éros -- Éros et les racines germaniques de l'amour masculin -- Des confréries guerrières au premier Reich -- Bleu de Prusse : les amitiés particulières de Frédéric le Grand -- Éros et les héros : du romantisme à Richard Wagner et Louis II -- Un poète de l'amour masculin : Stefan George -- De Nietzsche à Thomas Mann : Zarathoustra, Freud et la libido -- L'Allemagne homoérotique avant Hitler -- Scandales dans l'Empire de Guillaume II : de l'affaire Krupp au procès Eulenburg -- Éros et Mars : l'"omerta" de la Grande Guerre (1914-1918) -- Une révolution homophile : les mouvements de jeunesse -- Sodome-sur-Sprée : Berlin et l'Allemagne des "Années Folles" de Weimar -- L'idéal nazi païen du corps -- Les "fondamentaux" : antimodernisme et culte de la Grèce antique -- Les Jeux olympiques ou "Les Dieux du stade" -- Une égérie de Hitler : Leni Riefensthal, icone nazie -- Arno Breker, un sculpteur viril ambigu -- Bibliographie sélective.
"L'Érotique nazie qui est le sujet de ce livre ne peut être abordée et comprise sans explication sur ses origines. Outre les questions que se pose l'historien sur la personnalité de Hitler et ses orientations sexuelles encore mal élucidées les sources idéologiques du national-socialisme et les liens qui, sous la bannière à croix gammée, relient l'éthique de l'Allemagne hitlérienne à l'Éros au sens le plus vaste, méritent que l'on s'y arrête avant d'aller plus loin et d'entrer dans le vif du sujet. Il est en effet aujourd'hui évident, à la lumière des avancées de la psychanalyse et de la "psychologie des profondeurs" que l'inconscient joue, tant au niveau individuel que collectif, un rôle déterminant dans la formation de la psyché. À cet égard, c'est la pulsion érotique, souvent associée à la pulsion de mort (Éros et Thanatos) qui détermine les comportements les moins rationnels et les plus instinctifs. L'exemple du IIIe Reich est emblématique. Dans le nazisme, ce qui est frappant, c'est qu'il se déroule comme un drame marqué par l'irrationnel, plus proche du phénomène religieux que politique et correspond, sous cet aspect, à l'âme allemande qui se perd volontiers dans le rêve, mais un rêve qui se veut "agissant", inscrit dans l'histoire comme révélation aux hommes de leur "éternel devenir". C'est sous cet angle que ce premier tome de Éros en chemise brune détaille les antécédents des confréries guerrières au Reich hitlérien. Le second est consacré à la figure du prédateur Hitler."--P. [4] of cover.
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Testimonies from the survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation form the basis of this study of memory and trauma in relation to women's experiences and sexual behavior during Hitler's reign of terror.Testimonies from the survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation form the basis of this study of memory and trauma in relation to women's experiences and sexual behavior during Hitler's reign of terror.
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361 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction 1 CHAPTER ONE: Sex and the Third Reich 10 CHAPTER TWO: The Fragility of Heterosexuality 64 CHAPTER THREE: Desperately Seeking Normality 101 CHAPTER FOUR: The Morality of Pleasure 141 CHAPTER FIVE: The Romance of Socialism 184 CHAPTER SIX: Antifascist Bodies 220 Conclusion 259 Notes 267 Acknowledgments 349 Index 353.
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What is the relationship between sexual and other kinds of politics? Few societies have posed this puzzle as urgently, or as disturbingly, as Nazi Germany. What exactly were Nazism's sexual politics? Were they repressive for everyone, or were some individuals and groups given sexual license while others were persecuted, tormented, and killed? How do we make sense of the evolution of postwar interpretations of Nazism's sexual politics? What do we make of the fact that scholars from the 1960s to the present have routinely asserted that the Third Reich was 'sex-hostile'? In response to these and other questions, "Sex after Fascism" fundamentally reconceives central topics in twentieth-century German history. Among other things, it changes the way we understand the immense popular appeal of the Nazi regime and the nature of antisemitism, the role of Christianity in the consolidation of postfascist conservatism in the West, the countercultural rebellions of the 1960s-1970s, as well as the negotiations between government and citizenry under East German communism. Beginning with a new interpretation of the Third Reich's sexual politics and ending with the revisions of Germany's past facilitated by communism's collapse, "Sex after Fascism" examines the intimately intertwined histories of capitalism and communism, pleasure and state policies, religious renewal and secularizing trends. A history of sexual attitudes and practices in twentieth-century Germany, investigating such issues as contraception, pornography, and theories of sexual orientation, "Sex after Fascism" also demonstrates how Germans made sexuality a key site for managing the memory and legacies of Nazism and the Holocaust.
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