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The Missing Myth If Homosexual Behavior Is An Aberration From The Standpoint Of Reproduction, Why Is It Widespread Among Humans, Primates, And A Myriad Of Other Animal Species, And Why Has It Been Favored By Evolution And If Homosexuality Is Considered A Moral Problem Based On Religious Beliefs, Why Were Homosexuals Exterminated Under The Brief Reigns Of Such Secular Regimes As The Communists And The Nazis Than During The Entire Christian Inquisition Why Is Everything About Homosexuality Always A Paradox In The Missing Myth, Gilles Herrada Tackles The Many Questions About The Role And Meaning Of Homosexuality In The Evolution Of Our Species And The Development Of Civilization What Evolutionary Edge Same Sex Relationships Have Provided To The Human Species What Biological Mechanisms Generate The Sexual Diversity That We Observe Why Homosexual Behavior Ended Up Being Prohibited Worldwide Why Homophobia Has Persisted Throughout History Why The Homosexual Community Resurfaced After World War II And Others.In This Heartfelt, Beautifully Written, And Painstakingly Researched Text, The Author Sculpts A Vision Of Homosexuality That Integrates Its Biological, Sociological, Cultural, Ethical, Psychological, And Spiritual Dimensions Stressing The Connection Between The Social Status Of Homosexuality And How Same Sex Love Is Depicted In The Myths Of A Particular Culture, The Missing MythM Advocates The Creation Of A New Mythos Not Only Informed By All The Fields Of Knowledge, But Also Inclusive Of The Beauty, Truth, And Goodness Of Same Sex Love.

[Download] ➻ The Missing Myth  ✤ Gilles Herrada – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • The Missing Myth
  • Gilles Herrada
  • English
  • 13 January 2017
  • 1590792424

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ➻ The Missing Myth ✤ Gilles Herrada – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    It is a book I will undoubtedly re read In the Missing Myth Herrada uses Ken Wilbur s Integral approach to great effect in illuminating the co evolution physical,cultural and individual of homophobia and homosexualities the latter expression used to highlight the variety of forms it has taken Being somewhat well read, much of what he covered was already familiar to me, but his approach to the subject jolted me periodically with perspectives on that familiar material I had not previously co It is a book I will undoubtedly re read In the Missing Myth Herrada uses Ken Wilbur s Integral approach to great effect in illuminating the co evolution physical,cultural and individual of homophobia and homosexualities the latter expression used to highlig...


  2. says:

    There is much to admire in this book, although it took me a very long while to complete it I found the author s prose a little lumpy and repetitive he breaks one stereotype of the homosexual writer, in that he is no stylist However, when he gets onto some genuinely intriguing research material, on homosexuality in the animal kingdom notably the great apes and historical instances of socially acceptable same sex sexual relationships, this is compelling Herrada s tracing of the gradual slid There is much to admire in this book, although it took me a very long while to complete it I found the author s prose a little lumpy and repetitive he breaks one stereotype of the homosexual writer, in that he is no stylist However, when he gets onto some genuinely intriguing research material, on homosexuality in the animal kingdom notably the great apes and historical instances of socially acceptable same sex sexual relati...


  3. says:

    The book is about the ways homosexuality and homophobia have been represented in the mythoi plural of mythos of various societies.The book is divided in three sections The True exploring scientific facts about homosexuality , The Good about the way that societies have placed moral values on homosexuality , and The True the subjective view Some pre Christian cultures has a place in society for homosexuality, though it was not identical with modern homosexuality, being instead either interg The book is about the ways homosexuality and homophobia have been represented in the mythoi plural of mythos of various societies.The book is divided in three sections The True exploring scientific facts about homosexuality , The Good about the way that societies have placed moral values on homosexuality , and The True the subjective view Some pre Christian cultures has a place in society for homosexuality, though it was not identical with modern homosexuality, being instead either intergenerational or involving gender crossing Likewise these cultures had homosexuality in their myths Christianity had no place either in its mythos or in its culture for homosexuality One of the things this book accomplishes is to get the reader to think about homosexuality from the cultural point of view of homop...


  4. says:

    Interesting book, need to read again to to better review.


  5. says:

    A daring, provocative, and badly needed contribution.


  6. says:

    306.766 H564 2013

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