A Problem in Modern Ethics
by John Addington Symonds
Number of pages: 135
In this work, Symonds argues against Krafft-Ebings' belief that homosexuality is acquired. The volumes contents include an historical survey of homosexuality, various modern theories as to its cause, and a concluding section dealing with suggested amendments in legislation. Considered a major classic in field.
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