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" And it should be noted that there was a defect in the formation of the first woman, since she was formed from a bent rib, that is, a rib of the breast which is bent as it were in a contrary direction to a man. And since through this defect she is an imperfect... "
Women's Roles in the Renaissance - Página 80
por Meg Lota Brown, Kari Boyd McBride - 2005 - 335 páginas
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When God was a Woman

Merlin Stone, Stone Merlin Stone - 1978 - 265 páginas
...who defied the Church. In a sixteenth-century Church report we read, "Woman is more carnal than man: there was a defect in the formation of the first woman, since she was formed with a bent rib. She is imperfect and thus always deceives. Witchcraft comes from carnal lust. Women...
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Moon, Sun, and Witches: Gender Ideologies and Class in Inca and Colonial Peru

Irene Marsha Silverblatt - 1987 - 266 páginas
...deficiencies of women, their greater susceptibility to Satanic advances. Sprenger and Kramer declare: "And it should be noted that there was a defect in the formation of 166 the first woman, since she was formed from a bent rib, that is, a rib of the breast, which is bent...
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Chain Her by One Foot: The Subjugation of Women in Seventeenth-century New ...

Karen L. Anderson, Keith Anderson - 1991 - 247 páginas
...philosophy. But even more important is the 'natural reason' that women are more carnal than men. Moreover, there was a 'defect in the formation of the first...bent as it were in a contrary direction to a man' (ibid. :44). Women, therefore are contrary, they have weak memories, are liars by nature and are vain....
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Readings in Her Story: Women in Christian Tradition

Barbara J. MacHaffie - 238 páginas
...natural reason is that she is more carnal than a man, as is clear from her many carnal abominations. And it should be noted that there was a defect in...defect she is an imperfect animal, she always deceives. For Cato says: When a woman weeps she weaves snares. And again: When a woman weeps, she labors to deceive...
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Sexism and God-talk: Toward a Feminist Theology : with a New Introduction

Rosemary Radford Ruether - 1993 - 289 páginas
...natural reason is that she is more carnal than a man, as is clear from her many carnal abominations. And it should be noted that there was a defect in...defect she is an imperfect animal, she always deceives. . .And all this is indicated by the etymology of the word, for Femina comes from Fe and Minus, since...
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Porn: Myths for the Twentieth Century

Robert J. Stoller - 1991 - 228 páginas
...natural reason is that she is more carnal than a man, as is clear from her many carnal abominations. And it should be noted that there was a defect in...defect she is an imperfect animal, she always deceives. For Cato says: When a woman weeps she weaves snares. And again: When a woman weeps, she labours to...
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Chain Her by One Foot: The Subjugation of Native Women in Seventeenth ...

Karen L. Anderson - 1993 - 247 páginas
...philosophy. But even more important is the 'natural reason' that women are more carnal than men. Moreover, there was a 'defect in the formation of the first woman, since she was formed from a bem rib, that is a rib of the breast, which is bent as it were in a contrary direction to a man' (ibid.:44)....
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Goethe Yearbook, Volumen7

Thomas P. Saine - 1994 - 305 páginas
...witchcraft] is that [woman] is more carnal than a man, as is clear from her many carnal abominations ... a defect in the formation of the first woman, since...formed from a bent rib, that is, a rib of the breast. . . and through this defect she is an imperfect animal. . . . (44) Whatever the origin and explanations...
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Natural Women, Cultured Men: A Feminist Perspective on Sociological Theory

R. A. Sydie - 1994 - 268 páginas
...According to the pious monks who authored the investigation into witchcraft, the initial formation of women from a "bent rib, that is, a rib of the breast, which is bent as it were in a contrary direction to man," made them an "imperfect animal,"14 more prone to the lures of the devil. In sum, "All witchcraft...
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The Cry of Tamar: Violence Against Women and the Church's Response

Pamela Cooper-White - 1995 - 334 páginas
...natural reason is that she is more carnal than a man, as is clear from her many carnal abominations. And it should be noted that there was a defect in...woman, since she was formed from a bent rib, that is, rib of the breast, which is bent as it were in a contrary direction to a man. And since through this...
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