Organizing, Policing, and Producing Pleasure
Examines how libertines transformed institutions that were subject to enlightened critique such as convents, monasteries, and harems, and turned them into idealized spaces for the organization of pleasure. Subsequently looks at how libertines rejected projects for the organization and control of prostitution as restrictions on the autonomy of pleasure.
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