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Title: The Ismenodora of Plutarch's Eroticus. (Has Western Culture "sexualized" -i. e. "masculinized"- Ethics?)
Author: Gilabert Barberà, Pau
Keywords: Plutarc. Amatorius
Filosofia grega
Estudis de gènere
Misogínia grega
Plutarch. Amatorius
Greek philosophy
Gender studies
Greek misogyni
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: The aim of this article is to show, by means of an accurate philological analysis of Plautarch's Eroticus, how Western Ethics has been clearly sexualized. Indeed, the specific features of masculine bodies become the suitable ones to define what is really ethical, while the specific features of feminine bodies become in their turn the suitable ones to define what is by no means ethical.
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It is part of: Anuari de Filologia,XXII secció D (2003), núm. 10, pp. 35-50
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