The Logosophism of Sacred Fetishes: Paraphilias and the Reading of God
Daniel Deleanu demonstrates in The Logosophism of Sexual Fetishes that most of the so-called “psychosexual deviations,” on the one side, and religious practices, on the other, use very similar, sometimes even identical, ritualistic and iconographic paraphernalia, and how these common themes have a philosophical groundwork that arises from the unconscious projections of the Logos, which stem from the way in which we read the sacred books.
- Publication Date
- Oct 1, 2011
- Religion & Spirituality
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- By (author): Daniel Deleanu