Nothing natural is shameful : sodomy and science in late medieval Europe /
"In his Problemata, Aristotle provided medieval thinkers with the occasion to inquire into the natural causes of the sexual desires of men to act upon or be acted upon by other men, thus bringing human sexuality into the purview of natural philosophers, whose aim it was to explain the causes of...
University of Pennsylvania Press,
|Series:||Middle Ages series.
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