> how many women do you know that can do auto-oral-genital sex?I have only ever read of one experience posted on the Internet.
And then there is female poet Aphra Behn that I recognize, and
still one other author, whose name I have lost, handling many
web pages as I do, like so many grains of sand through sieves.
> your lengthy thesis only applies to half the population...What is certainly hegemonic is the patricentric religious and
> ...which makes it hegemonic more than universally available.
generally phallogocentric basis of all culture, which is both
unconcious and inauthentic, fostering the un-namable anxiety.
> Falling, explains Heidegger, is a turning-away or fleeing ofHopefully I have put words to it. Come out from pre-concious
> Dasein into its "they-self." This turning-away is grounded
> in anxiety. Anxiety is what makes fear possible. Yet, unlike
> fear, in which that which threatens is other than Dasein,
> anxiety is characterized by the fact that what threatens is
> nowhere and nothing.
existence and examine the basis of society. Put it all right.
By the way, that page is in the midst of many peers, at:
> Mythos & LogosAnd there is a Sartre page there:
> Home page of Brent Dean Robbins
> dedicated to the promotion of existential-phenomenological
> philosophy, psychology and literature, as well as
> psychoanalytic thought, perennial philosophy,
> myth & metaphor
> Glenn: I like reading this even though it was a wee bit dry.I thought I was sweet. Heidegger was dry, expositing the same.
> "Homo curvatus"Wasn't that homo erectus?
I was following Poe's crypto challenge, recently decoded, that
spoke of amorous and sportive zephers, and the only amourous
and sportive that I found was Shakespeares' hunchback, saying
he was not sportive and amourous to mirrors, and of course,
both Poe and Shakespeare knew what I know. The expression to
have a hunch (or I have read), relates to having a hunchback.
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