The Physiology of Sex and its Social Implications

By: Walker, Kenneth

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Clean text, name inside, cover has age browning. ; Pelican A71. The main theme of this book is an analysis of ther interaction of the physical sexual urge and the moral principle, with the conclusion that nothng that is truly natural can be really immoral. Various forms of sexual activity are discussed, as well as a few case histories. 158 pages

Title: The Physiology of Sex and its Social Implications

Author Name: Walker, Kenneth

Categories: Social Sciences, Psychology,

Publisher: Penguin ( A Pelican Book): 1952

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 5191

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