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Studies in the Psychology of Sex Volume 4

By Havelock Ellis, 1927

“Love springs up as a response to a number of stimuli to tumescence, the object that most adequately arouses tumescence being that which evokes love; the question of ├Žsthetic beauty, although it develops on this basis, is not itself fundamental and need not even be consciously present at all. — Some ask us why we would republish a series that might be outdated. Why? Earlier writings on this subject were not purely sterile and medicinal in content, but included a spiritual aspect that modern psychology and medicine overlook. These include a view of romanticism lacking in most modern books on these subjects. “, Amazon

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