Sexual Perversity  

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"Sexual Perversity' (2003) is a text by Jerrold Levinson on sexual perversion. It is not included in any of Levinson's collections and appeared in The Monist 86 (2003): 30–54.

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"In this essay I attempt to partially reclaim the notion of sexual perversion, which some recent writers have suggested abandoning altogether,l but in the guise of sexual perversity."




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