From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
The term was perhaps first mentioned in print in 1922 in James Joyce's novel Ulysses where one can read about "Pornosophical philotheology. Metaphysics in Mecklenburg street!", a phrase uttered by Vincent Lynch. See philotheology and Mecklenburg street.
The American magazine Evergreen Review in 1960, in volume 4, issues 13-15, has a chapter entitled "Erotics and pornosophy."
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- Philosophy of sex
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