The Culture of Sex in Ancient China
The subject of sex was central to early Chinese thought. Discussed openly and seriously as a fundamental topic of human speculation, it was an important source of imagery and terminology that informed the classical Chinese conception of social and political relationships. This sophisticated and long-standing tradition, however, has been all but neglected by modern historians. In The Culture of Sex in Ancient China, Paul Rakita Goldin addresses central issues in the history of Chinese attitudes toward sex and gender from 500 B.C. to A.D. 400.
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The story is retold in “ Ch'in pen - chi ” *** , Shih - chi 5.194 , with the one variant that the surname of the three brothers is given there as “ Tzu - yü ” . The Shih - chi also says explicitly that the poem was composed ( tso PE ) ...
Note that in “ Ch'in kung Wei chi , ” IV . , Chan - kuo ts'e 25.920 , Lü Pu - wei and Lao Ai are presented as archenemies rather than as coconspirators . Some scholars ( cf. n .
The editors of Shui - hu - ti Ch'in - mu chuchien , 132 , surmise that kuan signifies official recognition of the marriage , in which case one must conclude that the law allowed unmarried men and women to cohabit freely .
讀者評論 - 撰寫評論
Imagery of Copulation
Women and Sex Roles
Sex Politics and Ritualization in the Early Empire