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  • man's
  • Psychoanalyst Richard Tuch suggests that Freud offered at least one alternative explanation for the Madonna-whore complex: This earlier theory is based not on oedipal-based castration anxiety but on man's primary hatred of women, stimulated by the child's sense that he had been made to experience intolerable frustration and/or narcissistic injury at the hands of his mother. (wikipedia.org)
  • offenders
  • Chemical castration is often seen as an easier alternative to life imprisonment or the death penalty because it allows the release of sex offenders while reducing or eliminating the chance that they reoffend. (wikipedia.org)
  • Some criminologists argue that the appearance of a lower recidivism rate in male sex offenders who take chemical castration treatment than in those who do not can be explained by factors other than biological effects of the medication. (wikipedia.org)
  • These criminologists explain apparently lower recidivism as an artifact of men who accept chemical castration being more engaged in hiding the evidence for reoffending, and that paroling such offenders constitute a risk of releasing criminals who commit as many new crimes as others but are better at hiding it. (wikipedia.org)
  • These scientists explain apparently lower recidivism as an artifact of men who accept chemical castration being more engaged in hiding the evidence for reoffending, and that paroling such offenders constitute a risk of releasing criminals who commit as many new crimes as others but are better at hiding it. (wikipedia.org)
  • Friedrich Panzinger described Rodenberg's other functions on 6 November 1944: evaluate "materials to continue the study of the problem of castration" in relation to "sex offenders, such as homosexuals, other moral criminals, pyromaniacs, and habitual offenders", to create the basis for implementing legislative and administrative measures. (wikipedia.org)
  • Oedipal
  • We can begin, I think, to make sense of these paradoxes if we think of the Oedipal project as the causa sui (father-of-oneself) project, and therefore in essence a revolt against death generally, and specifically against the biological principle separating mother and child. (wikipedia.org)
  • programmed cell
  • In any case, different types of cancer cells resemble one another in only a few respects, for example, in the sense that they can genetically shut off the programmed cell death feature than normal cells incorporate, and that they are greedier than normal cells. (stockgumshoe.com)
  • time
  • In this same period, Dr. Kellogg and others in America and English-speaking countries offered to Victorian parents circumcision and in grave instances, castration of their boys and girls as a terminal cure and punishment for a wide variety of misbehaviours (notably masturbation) and ills, becoming very popular over time. (wikipedia.org)
  • Based on material collected while in the Kripo, in 1942 Rodenberg believed that he could demonstrate that castration was an appropriate measure "to remove criminal homosexual dynamics and at the same time help them", as stated in the journal Deutsche Justiz (German Justice). (wikipedia.org)
  • It is an attempt by the narcissist to turn from a passive sense of victimization to an active role in giving pain to others, while at the same time attempting to rebuild their own (actually false) sense of self-worth. (wikipedia.org)
  • among
  • Washington - February 28, 2018) - Veterans for Common Sense this week was among 111 organizations to send a letter to Congressional leadership of the Armed Services committees expressing concern about possible renewed efforts to that would have a detrimental impact on research at the Congressionally-Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) and other medical research conducted by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). (veteransforcommonsense.org)
  • Misandry and castration culture, among with myths of misogyny, patriarchy , and rape culture , are necessary to keep men confined within the soul-destroying structures of gynocentric society. (purplemotes.net)
  • brain
  • He studied the effects of endocrines on behaviors through methods such as castration, isolation, brain legions, and hormone manipulation. (wikipedia.org)
  • lead
  • Briefly, under Confucianism, the state should lead the people with virtue and thus create a sense of shame which will prevent bad conduct. (wikipedia.org)
  • sexes
  • In her earlier speeches, there was a sense of confrontation between the sexes, but this view yielded in favour of co-operation with men. (wikipedia.org)
  • boys
  • In this same period, Dr. Kellogg and others in America and English-speaking countries offered to Victorian parents circumcision and in grave instances, castration of their boys and girls as a terminal cure and punishment for a wide variety of misbehaviours (notably masturbation) and ills, becoming very popular over time. (wikipedia.org)
  • male
  • Krutnik also argues that noir texts are dominated by a sense of masculinity in crisis with their prevalence of male figures who are 'both internally divided and alienated from the culturally permissible (or ideal) parameters [sic] of masculine identity, desire and achievement' in a post-war world (Krutnik, p.xiii). (crimeculture.com)
  • Human
  • Castration is the obvious Human interaction in the life development of Animals that we group with us artificially, Primitive population control, group management, social engineering.economic exploitation of Mystic.Mythic reproduction Mojo Magic World View of Man and Woman and the culture that they were raised with and it's own uniquely developed concepts of fertility of product and productivity, crops, yields , harvests. (blogspot.com)
  • Also, their primary sense is Sonar - in the water they can "see" our internal layout, our organs, and recognise what sex humans are, even when the human is in a wetsuit. (blogspot.com)
  • mother
  • We can begin, I think, to make sense of these paradoxes if we think of the Oedipal project as the causa sui (father-of-oneself) project, and therefore in essence a revolt against death generally, and specifically against the biological principle separating mother and child. (wikipedia.org)
  • uses
  • While there are numerous points at which a "body" became problematic (in a medico-legal sense), this study uses two particular situations-baptism and marriage-to probe how practices were shaped not only by "experts" (physicians, theologians, and jurists) but also by what may be called local knowledge. (dukeupress.edu)