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Self-pollution, moral reform, and the venereal trade

Michael Stolberg

Self-pollution, moral reform, and the venereal trade

notes on the sources and historical context of "Onania" (1716)

by Michael Stolberg

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
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    Subjects:
  • Masturbation.

  • Edition Notes

    Photocopy of: Journal of the history of sexuality, vol.9, no.1-2, (2000), pp.37-61.

    Other titlesJournal of the history of sexuality., Onania.
    StatementMichael Stolberg.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20868087M

      Moral Pollution 03/10/ pm ET Updated When asked to define pollution, I usual reply "excess," advocating that not all things are polluting in or of themselves, but become so in excessive quantities -- thus natural sugar is a body health requirement, but too much sugar contributes to unhealthy outcomes that accelerate. Excessive claims on sickness benefits and the abnormal burdens falling on unemployment insurance funds have cast doubt upon the soundness of the whole idea of social insurance, both from the economic and the moral standpoint. The international trade slump and our own consequent financial distresses have put out of court in the meantime any.

    Robert Dale Owen- from "Moral Physiology" (, Attitudes on Sex in Antebellum America) Sylvester Graham- On Self-Pollution (, Attitudes on Sex) _____ added to the obsession surrounding _____ which was considered to be the "worst form of venereal indulgence" Sylvester Graham, self-pollution "Views of Slavery", New York.   Taboo and Moral Pollution. While working on the book, I realized that much of the argumentation and rhetoric in this new moral culture relies on taboo and moral pollution. All cultures have taboos. In traditional societies, taboos prohibited certain behaviors, foods, objects, people, places, words, and so on.

    6. Robert Dale Owen, From Moral Physiology, 7. Charles Knowlton, From Fruits of Philosophy, Christian Reform Psychology 8. Sylvester Graham, On the Science of Human Life, The Masturbation Scare 9. Sylvester Graham, On Self-Pollution, Luther V. Bell, M.D., From An Hour's Conference with Fathers and Sons, In fact, it deserves a more careful read than the (rather poor choice of) title would indicate. I'm not even convinced that the title accurately denotes the theme of the book. Firstly, the title implies How to be a C(c)onservative. But the book contains no outline of any particular action. If conservativism is a set of actions, it is a set of.


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Self-pollution, moral reform, and the venereal trade by Michael Stolberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Onania: or, the heinous sin of self-pollution is a pamphlet about are known to have been printed in London in ; its date of first publication is thought to be around – The identity of its author is unknown; it has been variously attributed to the surgeon John Marten, and to Self-pollution "Dr.

Bekkers". It was re-printed in Boston inand in many subsequent editions. Self-pollution, Moral Reform, and the Venereal Trade: Notes on the Sources and Historical Context of Onania () MICHAEL STOLBERG Seminarfur Geschichte der Medizin der Technischen Universitdt Miinchen Th e publication of Onania, or the Heinous Sin ofSelf-Pollution in the early eighteenth century was an important landmark in the history of.

Self-Pollution, Moral Reform, and the Venereal Trade: Notes on the Sources and Historical Context of Onania () Michael Stolberg "Strong Animal Passions" in the Gilded Age: Race, Sex, and a Senator on Trial Lynn M. Hudson Bathhouses, Hustlers, and a Sex Club: The Reception of Mikhail Kuzmin's Wings John E.

Malmstad. L'Onanisme is now regarded to have been substantially influenced by the anonymous pamphlet Onania: or, the heinous sin of self-pollution.

[4] Tissot's most famous work in his lifetime was Avis au peuple sur sa santé (), arguably the greatest medical best-seller of the eighteenth : 20 MarchGrancy. (See Michael Stolberg, 'Self-pollution, moral reform, and the venereal trade: notes on the sources and historical context of Onania ()', Journal of the History of Sexuality, vol.

9, no. 1/2,pp. ) In later editions a growing number of letters and testimonials are accompanied by advertisements for consultations or treatments; the. An Unmanly Vice: Self-Pollution, Anxiety, and the Body in the Eighteenth Century Article moral reform Social History of Medicine 13(1) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Book. Nov "You Have No Good Blood in Your Body". An Unmanly Vice: Self-Pollution, Anxiety, and the Body in the Eighteenth Century May ; Self-pollution, moral reform, and the.

See also Michael Stolberg, “Self-pollution, Moral Reform and the Venereal Trade: Notes on the Sources and Historical Context of Onania (),” Journal of the History of Sexuality (January–April ) 9, no. 1–– CrossRef Google Scholar. Stolberg, however, argues quite convincingly in "Self-Pollution, Moral Reform, and the Venereal Trade: Notes on the Sources and Historical Context of Onania ()" that other authors have simply overlooked evidence of the text's first publication in Self-pollution, moral reform, and the venereal trade: Notes on the sources and historical context of Onania ().

Journal of the History of Sexuality 9, 37– Google Scholar. 2. Michael Stolberg, "Self-pollution, moral reform and the venereal trade: Notes on the sources and historical context of Onania," Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol.

9 (), pp. ; "An unmanly vice: Self-pollution, anxiety and the body in the eighteenth century," Social History of Medicine, Vol. 13 (), pp. Of Lục Xì’s reform agendas, the education of women on sexual hygiene and venereal disease in the School of Sexual Prophylaxis receive much of his attention.

In his analysis of the spread of venereal disease, Phụng blames general ignorance and a culture of modesty that prohibited open discussions on sex education. LALLEMAND'S DISEASE. For 70 years after the publication of Onanism little was written on the subject of involuntary loss of semen.

In Wichmann, a German, wrote De Pollutione Diurna, 6 which was translated from Latin into French by Saint-Marie in 7 Saint-Marie was from Montpellier, as was the most influential writer on the subject, Claude François Lallemand, who published in Title: Self-Pollution, Moral Reform, and the Venereal Trade: Notes on the Sources and Historical Context of Onania () Created Date: Z.

Stolberg, M (a) Self-pollution, moral reform, and the venereal trade: Notes on the sources and historical context of Onania (). Journal of the History of Sexuality 9 (1–2): 37 – Google Scholar.

The association of prostitution with venereal disease encouraged medical intervention and began a movement away from the religious/moral model and toward the medical model (Bullough & Bullough, ).

Syphilis was the venereal disease regarded as most serious, and a cure for it was the priority of medical intervention. Stolberg, Michael. "Self-Pollution, Moral Reform, and the Venereal Trade: Notes on the Sources and Historical Context of 'Onania' " Journal of the History of Sexuality 9: 37– Stolberg, Michael.

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