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Augustine, Commentary On Genesis, 9.10.19

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apatheia,freedom from,eradication of,emotion (; does sex require pleasure? Sorabji (2000) 407
augustine,anti-pelagianism Sorabji (2000) 407
augustine,approves appetite for legitimate offspring Sorabji (2000) 407
augustine,before the fall,no conflict of lust with will,first view,adam and eve had only spiritual bodies Sorabji (2000) 407
augustine,lust Sorabji (2000) 407
augustine,second view,bodies usable for sex without lust or pleasure but unused Sorabji (2000) 407
augustine,similarly before fall Sorabji (2000) 407
augustine,third view,if there was lust and pleasure,it did not oppose will Sorabji (2000) 407
clement of alexandria,church father,pleasure merely auxiliary to sex and to natural needs,not necessary Sorabji (2000) 407
lust,lust and pleasure not necessary for sex in clement of alexandria and augustine Sorabji (2000) 407
lust,relation to will Sorabji (2000) 407
metriopatheia,moderate,moderation of,emotion; does sex require pleasure? Sorabji (2000) 407
pleasure,clement and augustine,does sex require pleasure? Sorabji (2000) 407
sex,not depend on lust and pleasure? Sorabji (2000) 407
temptation Sorabji (2000) 407
zeno of citium,stoic,hence different conception of freedom from emotion(apatheia)' Sorabji (2000) 407