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At 12:41 28-01-02 -0800, Joe Dees wrote:
>If you're a historian of some of the darker, more bigoted days of
>psychology, you might recognize his probable inspiration: SEX AND
>CHARACTER by Otto Weininger (1880-1903), the Psychobible of misogyny.
Terrific. Do you mean to say that there is a whole, well-established body
of theory along the lines that I am discussing? Excellent! Thanks for the
reference. Something to back me up.
Of course, I take it that your use of the word "misogyny" in the context of
his work is yours and your fellow self-flagellating, self-shaming feminist
"male" counterparts. Must be tough living a life confined to a male body.
Thanks again, though.
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