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4. Love, sex, gender, and philosophy

4. Love, sex, gender, and philosophy  

Julia Annas

in Plato: A Very Short Introduction

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Feb 2003
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Sep 2013
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9780191775505
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10.1093/actrade/9780192802163.003.0004
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9780192802163
4. Love, sex, gender, and philosophy
1. What is anxiety?

1. What is anxiety?  

Daniel Freeman and Jason Freeman

in Anxiety: A Very Short Introduction

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May 2012
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Sep 2013
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9780191777486
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10.1093/actrade/9780199567157.003.0001
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1. What is anxiety?
5. Science

5. Science  

Ronald de Sousa

in Love: A Very Short Introduction

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Jan 2015
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Jan 2015
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9780191781353
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10.1093/actrade/9780199663842.003.0005
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5. Science The kiss … is held in high sexual esteem among many nations in spite of the fact that the parts of the body involved do not form part of the sexual apparatus but constitute the entrance to the digestive tract. Poetry, art, music, and literature attempt to convey—or at least to evoke, for those who can recognize it—the thrill and the anguish of love. They do it with extravagant metaphors: ‘I’ve got you under my skin’, ‘You are part of me’, ‘We two are one’, ‘My heart lives in thy breast, as thine in me’. The scientist looks
7. Conclusion

7. Conclusion  

Julian Baggini

in Atheism: A Very Short Introduction

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Jun 2003
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Sep 2013
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9780191775925
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10.1093/actrade/9780192804242.003.0007
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7. Conclusion
5. Character, sex, and the unconscious

5. Character, sex, and the unconscious  

Christopher Janaway

in Schopenhauer: A Very Short Introduction

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Feb 2002
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Sep 2013
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9780191775666
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10.1093/actrade/9780192802590.003.0005
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5. Character, sex, and the unconscious Will and intellect
7. Internalizing disorders and adolescent mental health

7. Internalizing disorders and adolescent mental health  

Peter K. Smith

in Adolescence: A Very Short Introduction

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May 2016
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May 2016
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9780191785245
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10.1093/actrade/9780199665563.003.0007
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7. Internalizing disorders and adolescent mental health
10. Genius and us

10. Genius and us  

Andrew Robinson

in Genius: A Very Short Introduction

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Feb 2011
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Sep 2013
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9780191778056
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10.1093/actrade/9780199594405.003.0010
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10. Genius and us
The Devil: A Very Short Introduction

The Devil: A Very Short Introduction  

Darren Oldridge

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May 2012
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Sep 2013
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9780191777776
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10.1093/actrade/9780199580996.001.0001
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A Very Short Introduction
1. Introduction

1. Introduction  

Darren Oldridge

in The Devil: A Very Short Introduction

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May 2012
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Sep 2013
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1. Introduction
2. How psychoanalysis began

2. How psychoanalysis began  

Daniel Pick

in Psychoanalysis: A Very Short Introduction

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Jul 2015
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Jul 2015
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9780191782404
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10.1093/actrade/9780199226818.003.0002
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2. How psychoanalysis began Psychoanalysis emerged between the 1880s and 1900s. Its origins can be traced to many sources; above all, to Freud’s work on hysteria and dreams, his studies of everyday ‘mistakes’ (such as slips of the tongue or bungled actions), and inquiries into sexuality. The phrase ‘talking cure’, often used interchangeably with ‘psychoanalysis’, was coined before Freud’s most important ideas had seen the light of day. A patient, Bertha Pappenheim (later to become a champion of women’s education and rights), offered this description of her experience of treatment by Freud’s colleague, Josef Breuer, in the early 1880s. Although

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