Eros, Democracy, and Differentiation
Considers the reception of eighteenth-century radical libertinism, especially of the Marquis de Sade, during the twentieth century in sexual liberation thought, critical theory, and popular culture; shows how and why radical libertinism must be distinguished from the later "democratization" of sexual pleasure and where they are congruent.
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