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    Online books Women's Secrets A Translation of Pseudo Albertus Magnus's De Secretis Mulierum With Commentaries S U N Y Series in Medieval Studies AUTHOR Helen Rodnite Lemay – westlandshouse.co.uk Composed in the late 13th or early 14th century by a disciple of theologian scientist Albertus Magnus the book is intended as a scholarly study on female sexuality and obstetrics partly philosophical partly medical Woman's purpose is

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    Online books Women's Secrets A Translation of Pseudo Albertus Magnus's De Secretis Mulierum With Commentaries S U N Y Series in Medieval Studies AUTHOR Helen Rodnite Lemay – westlandshouse.co.uk SUMMARY ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Helen Rodnite Lemay What I learned from this bookA uestion arises as to whether a man who has had his testicles cut off can father childrenI say that the man will remain fertile if he was fertile beforehand because he can emit spermatic material althou

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    Online books Women's Secrets A Translation of Pseudo Albertus Magnus's De Secretis Mulierum With Commentaries S U N Y Series in Medieval Studies AUTHOR Helen Rodnite Lemay – westlandshouse.co.uk This is a difficult book to review and it was even difficult to rate It was an excellent translation with an informative in

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Elisabeth Shue 135 Success Facts - Everything You Need to Know about Elisabeth Shue heating When the body is dried up and itsumidity extracted its life is weakened and as a conseuence its powers are weakened and death takes place This is the reason why those meaning men who The Man Without a Face have a great deal of sexual intercourse do not live for a long time 147Beware the woman What I learned from this bookA uestion arises as to whether a man whoas ad is testicles cut off can father childrenI say that the Man Will Remain Fertile will remain fertile Gone (Gone, he was fertile beforehand becausee can emit spermatic material although not as well as before If Threads Of The Shroud his seed which is ejected to the ground were placed in the womb there is a possibility that the woman would conceive Thus it oftenappens that a woman conceives if she is in a bath where a man All Seated on the Ground had ejaculated because the vulva strongly attracts the spermThisas been attested to by experienceIf a cat ejaculated on some sage and a man ate some of this sage then cats would be generated in Untitled. his stomach and wouldave to be expelled by vomitin. And the reputation of its author erroneously believed to be Albertus Magnus inspired a few medieval scholars to compose lengthy commentaries on the text substantial selections from which are included providing further evidence of ow medieval men interpreted science and viewed the female bo. ,
Ics partly philosophical partly medical Woman s purpose is for generation and er nature can be observed through the lens of that purpose is for generation and er nature can be observed through the lens of that The author uotes Aristotle The most natural operation is for each thing to generate something similar to itself so as to participate in the divine and the immortal That is the goal toward which all things strive so that each might endure 60 The Author Then Explains How Every Human Being Who Is Naturally then explains ow every Jingling Daddys Bells BDSM Menage human being who is naturally is generated from the seed of the father and the menses of the mother 63 Nothing is simpleowever The woman an essential part of this formula is a cold and The DOS humid being willing to shorten a man s life by sucking the warmth out ofis body and soul And note that coitus is beneficial for women because through it they lose their superfluous cold and receive Against All Odds heat and this tempers their frigid naturesThus women whoave much sexual intercourse do not Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, and Metabolism have their lives shortened as men do 70 Ejaculation causes the man s body to become exceedingly dry because sperm. He ways of the universe However the bookad a much far reaching influence Lemay shows ow its message that women were evil lascivious creatures built on the misogyny of the work's Aristotelian sources and laid the groundwork for serious persecution of womenBoth the content of the treatise. ,

This is a difficult book to review and it was even difficult to rate It was an excellent translation with an informative introduction and it was certainly an entertaining for want of a better word read but it was also impossible to escape the awful fact that this blunt and often bizarre misogyny was not only accepted but embraced at the time It paved the way for centuries of persecution and unfortunately that persecution asn t remained in the distant past There are still parts of the world where women an Hilarious This a must read for anyone interested in There are still parts the world where women an Hilarious This is a must read for anyone interested in istory of women in the "MIDDLE AGES NOT BECAUSE IT REVEALS ACTUAL WOMEN S "Ages not because it reveals actual women s of course but because it reveals exactly ow clueless gynecological science was and Vampireville (Vampire Kisses, how widespread truly ridiculous misogynistic rumors were if there was any doubt It is truly remarkable Composed in the late 13th or early 14th century by a disciple of theologian scientist Albertus Magnus the book is intended as a scholarly study on female sexuality and obstetr. Women's Secrets provides the first modern translation of the notorious treatise De secretis mulierum popular throughout the late middle ages and into modern times The Secrets deals withuman reproduction and was written to instruct celibate medieval monks on the facts of life and some of .

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Women's Secrets A Translation of Pseudo Albertus Magnus's De Secretis Mulierum With Commentaries S U N Y Series in Medieval Studies