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An Unnatural Vice

Although this book can be read as a stand-alone, [K. J.] Charles continues to build tension and add menace by deepening the overarching mystery introduced in the first novel.

Author : KJ Charles

Release : 2017-06-06

Publisher : Loveswept

ISBN : 0399593977

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In the sordid streets of Victorian London, unwanted desire flares between two bitter enemies brought together by a deadly secret. Crusading journalist Nathaniel Roy is determined to expose spiritualists who exploit the grief of bereaved and vulnerable people. First on his list is the so-called Seer of London, Justin Lazarus. Nathaniel expects him to be a cheap, heartless fraud. He doesn’t expect to meet a man with a sinful smile and the eyes of a fallen angel—or that a shameless swindler will spark his desires for the first time in years. Justin feels no remorse for the lies he spins during his séances. His gullible clients simply bore him. Hostile, disbelieving, utterly irresistible Nathaniel is a fascinating challenge. And as their battle of wills and wits heats up, Justin finds he can’t stop thinking about the man who’s determined to ruin him. But Justin and Nathaniel are linked by more than their fast-growing obsession with one another. They are both caught up in an aristocratic family’s secrets, and Justin holds information that could be lethal. As killers, fanatics, and fog close in, Nathaniel is the only man Justin can trust—and, perhaps, the only man he could love. Don’t miss any of the captivating Sins of the Cities novels: AN UNSEEN ATTRACTION | AN UNNATURAL VICE | AN UNSUITABLE HEIR And look for the enticing Society of Gentlemen series by KJ Charles: THE RUIN OF GABRIEL ASHLEIGH | A FASHIONABLE INDULGENCE | A SEDITIOUS AFFAIR | A GENTLEMAN’S POSITION Praise for An Unnatural Vice “Explosive.”—Publishers Weekly “Animosity and attraction surge in equal measures when Nathaniel Roy, investigative journalist, faces off against Justin Lazarus, the Seer of London. Their opposing vocations and radically different backgrounds create a powerful and fascinating conflict. Although this book can be read as a stand-alone, [K. J.] Charles continues to build tension and add menace by deepening the overarching mystery introduced in the first novel. The series is definitely building to a firecracker conclusion.”—RT Book Reviews “An Unnatural Vice is a tremendous follow-up to the first book in the Sins of the City trilogy. Fans of the series—and of K. J. Charles—will love the romance between Nathaniel and Justin, and the Taillefer family mystery. . . . An Unnatural Vice is exciting, entertaining, romantic—and wonderful.”—All About Romance Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

Summa Theologiae Secunda Secundae, 92-189

< QUESTION 154 >> The Parts ofLust << ARTICLE 11 >> Whether the unnatural
vice is a species oflust? Objection 1: It would seem that the unnatural vice is not a
species oflust. For no mention ofthe vice against nature is made in the ...

Author : St. Thomas Aquinas

Release : 2012-12-01

Publisher : Emmaus Academic

ISBN : 1623401119

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The most important work of the towering intellectual of the Middle Ages, Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae remains one of the great seminal works of philosophy and theology, while extending to subjects as diverse as law and government, sacraments and liturgy, and psychology and ethics. One of the largest volumes in the Summa Theologiae, Thomas tackles every virtue and every vice, laying out their relations, causes, and definitions.

An Unseen Attraction

Don’t miss any of the captivating Sins of the Cities novels: AN UNSEEN ATTRACTION | AN UNNATURAL VICE | AN UNSUITABLE HEIR And look for the enticing Society of Gentlemen series by KJ Charles: THE RUIN OF GABRIEL ASHLEIGH | A FASHIONABLE ...

Author : KJ Charles

Release : 2017-02-21

Publisher : Loveswept

ISBN : 0399593969

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A slow-burning romance and a chilling mystery bind two singular men in the suspenseful first book of a new Victorian series from K. J. Charles. Lodging-house keeper Clem Talleyfer prefers a quiet life. He’s happy with his hobbies, his work—and especially with his lodger Rowley Green, who becomes a friend over their long fireside evenings together. If only neat, precise, irresistible Mr. Green were interested in more than friendship. . . . Rowley just wants to be left alone—at least until he meets Clem, with his odd, charming ways and his glorious eyes. Two quiet men, lodging in the same house, coming to an understanding . . . it could be perfect. Then the brutally murdered corpse of another lodger is dumped on their doorstep and their peaceful life is shattered. Now Clem and Rowley find themselves caught up in a mystery, threatened on all sides by violent men, with a deadly London fog closing in on them. If they’re to see their way through, the pair must learn to share their secrets—and their hearts. Look for the Society of Gentlemen series by K. J. Charles: A FASHIONABLE INDULGENCE | THE RUIN OF GABRIEL ASHLEIGH | A SEDITIOUS AFFAIR | A GENTLEMAN’S POSITION Praise for An Unseen Attraction “A particular pleasure of [K. J.] Charles’s work is spending time with her articulate (and often scathing) protagonists, who skewer their interlocutors and make agonizing admissions with fluency that is a joy to behold. Now, in contrast, comes Clem. . . . Rowley has no problem with words; he simply chooses not to reveal his well-armored heart. What they see in each other is a generosity of spirit revealed in everyday gestures.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “The writing is witty and captivating and the worldbuilding is meticulous as [Charles] brings to life a richly diverse London, from dusty taxidermist shops to riotous acrobat shows.”—RT Book Reviews “K. J. Charles is a superb storyteller and has once again crafted both an intriguing and engrossing story and a tender romance between two well-drawn protagonists whose unique personality traits inform their emotional and sexual relationships. Add to that the way she so thoroughly immerses the reader in the sights, sounds and smells of Victorian London, and the strong cast of secondary characters—some of whom will star in future books—and it’s fair to say that she’s got another winning series on her hands.”—All About Romance “An Unseen Attraction is a fascinating page-turner . . . and a charmingly tender romance between two ordinary yet extraordinary characters.”—Romantic Historical Reviews “An intense, suspenseful and thoroughly enjoyable read . . . K. J. Charles’s atmospheric and suspenseful Victorian romance takes us to a seemingly run-of-the-mill area of London where tenants of a rooming house find themselves caught up in a mystery.”—Straight Shootin’ Book Reviews “Highly enjoyable, thought provoking, attractively produced and a thoroughly satisfying read.”—Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews “So romantic and sexy.”—Joyfully Jay “[Clem and Rowley are] nuanced and multifaceted. . . . Their chemistry is off the charts.”—Just Love Romance “Thoroughly entertaining.”—Prism Book Alliance Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

The Summa Theologica: Complete Edition

WHETHER THE UNNATURAL VICE IS A SPECIES OF LUST? Objection 1: It
would seem that the unnatural vice is not a species of lust. For no mention of the
vice against nature is made in the enumeration given above (A[1], OBJ[1]).

Author : Saint Thomas Aquinas

Release : 2014-07-16

Publisher : Catholic Way Publishing

ISBN : 1783793147

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THE SUMMA THEOLOGICA: COMPLETE EDITION SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS — A Classic in Western Philosophy and the Catholic Church — Complete and Unabridged, contains the Complete Text and Supplements — Three Parts, 38 Tracts, 631 Questions, 3,000 Articles, 10,000 Objections and Answers — Over 2.5 Million words — Includes an Active Index and multiple Table of Contents to every Part, Question and Article — Includes Layered NCX Navigation — Includes Illustrations by Gustave Dore The Summa Theologica, or 'Summary of Theology' was written from 1265 to 1274. It is the greatest achievement of Saint Thomas Aquinas and one of the most influential works of Western literature and Philosophy. His influence on Western thought is considerable, and much of modern Philosophy was conceived as a reaction against, or as an agreement with, his ideas, particularly in the areas of Ethics, Natural Law, Metaphysics, and Political Theory. It is intended as a manual for beginners in Theology and a Compendium of all of the main Theological teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. It presents the reasoning for almost all points of Christian Theology in the West. The book is famous, among other things, for its five arguments for the existence of God, the Quinque viae. The Summa Theologica's topics follow a cycle: The Existence of God; Creation, Man; Man's Purpose; Christ; The Sacraments; and back to God. The first part is on God. In it, he gives five proofs for God’s existence as well as an explication of His attributes. He argues for the actuality and incorporeality of God as the unmoved mover and describes how God moves through His thinking and willing. The second part is on Ethics. Thomas argues for a variation of the Aristotelian Virtue Ethics. However, unlike Aristotle, he argues for a connection between the virtuous man and God by explaining how the virtuous act is one towards the blessedness of the Beatific Vision (beata visio). The last part of the Summa is on Christ and was unfinished when Thomas died. In it, he shows how Christ not only offers salvation, but represents and protects humanity on Earth and in Heaven. This part also briefly discusses the sacraments and eschatology. The Summa remains the most influential of Thomas’s works. Saint Thomas Aquinas was a Dominican Priest, born near Aquino, Sicily in 1225. He was an immensely influential Philosopher and Theologian in the tradition of Scholasticism, known as Doctor Angelicus. He died in 1274. As one of the 33 Doctors of the Church, he is considered the Church's greatest Theologian and Philosopher. Thomas is held in the Catholic Church to be the model teacher for those studying for the priesthood. He was canonized in 1323. PUBLISHER: CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING

One of the Boys

... by commanding officers from “disgraceful conduct of an unnatural kind” to “
disgraceful conduct of an indecent kind. ... placed the “unnaturalvice of sodomy
in the natural world, as either an inborn predisposition or a developmental
anomaly.

Author : Paul Jackson

Release : 2004

Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN : 0773527710

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Homosexuality and military service have always made strange bedfellows. Military leaders, generally traditionalists, have typically seen homosexuals as unmanly, immoral, and a threat to cohesion. While the U.S. military has garnered international headlines as a result of its exclusionary policies, the issue is far from new and struggles with it have not been limited to the United States. The Canadian military was acutely concerned with homosexuality during the Second World War. At the outset of the war the mammoth task of mobilizing hundreds of thousands of troops overshadowed concerns about their sexual behaviour or orientation. A determined to rid the services of those engaged in disgraceful conduct of an indecent kind. Using an wide array of sources - including long-closed court martial records, psychiatric and personnel files, unit war diaries, films, and oral histories - Paul Jackson relates the struggle of queer servicemen of all ranks and branches of the Canadian military to fit in and avoid losing their careers and reputations. He argues that homosexual men were often accepted and popular within their units. Nonetheless, if accused of homosexual behaviour, they were subjected to psychiatric assessments, courts-martial proceedings, prison terms, and dishonourable discharges. Open Secrets, a National Film Board of Canada documentary, was based on this book.

Making Babies

When homosexuality used to be referred to as 'unnatural vice', this did not convey
merely that it was not usual, or did not conform to the norm. 'Unnatural' belongs
with 'abnormal' as meaning something more than 'unusual'; more, it may be ...

Author : Mary Warnock

Release : 2002-07-18

Publisher : OUP Oxford

ISBN : 0191582735

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The development of new reproductive technologies has raised urgent questions and debates about how and by whom these treatments should be controlled. On the one hand individuals and groups have claimed access to assisted reproduction as a right, and some have also claimed that this access should be available free of charge. As well as clinically infertile heterosexual couples, this right has been claimed by single women, gay couples, post-menopausal women, and couples who wish to delay having children for various reasons. Others have argued that a desire to have children does not make it a human right, and, moreover, that there are some people who should not be assisted to become parents, on grounds of age, sexuality, or lifestyle. Mary Warnock steers a clear path through the web of complex issues underlying these views. She begins by analysing what it means to claim something as a 'right', and goes on to discuss the cases of different groups of people. She also examines the ethical problems faced by particular types of assisted reproduction, including artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization, and surrogacy, and argues that in the future human cloning may well be a viable and acceptable form of treatment for some types of infertility.

The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin

An old gentleman said to me , that , many years ago , when the practice of an
unnatural vice grew frequent in London , and many were profecuted for it , he
was sure it would be the forerunner of Italian opera ' s and singers ; and then we
 ...

Author : Jonathan Swift

Release : 1765

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A practical exposition of the Church-catechism, several discourses. Together with two discourses, one on confessing Christ before men. The other, the great sin of denying him

And therefore, (1.) Cbildrens withholding the Honour and Obedience due to their
natural Parents, is here plainly condemn'd. This is an unnatural Vice, attended
with the highest Ingratitude, and is therefore condemn'd by the Voice of Nature ...

Author : Matthew Hole

Release : 1731

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The History of the Life of King Henry the Second

... this fashion , feems ridiculous ; but we find from the words of the
abovementioned V . Ord . Vit . historians , that they combined it with the vt fupra .
idea of an affected effeminacy , and supposed it to indicate a disposition to an
unnatural vice ...

Author : George Lyttelton Baron Lyttelton

Release : 1769

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The Homoerotics of Orientalism

Sir William Eton, Survey of the Turkish Empire (London, 1798), attributes the lack
of progeny among the Mamluks to “their being greatly addicted to an unnatural
vice” (295). C. F. Volney, Voyage en Egypte et en Syrie, ed. Jean Gaulmier (rpt.

Author : Joseph A. Boone

Release : 2014-03-25

Publisher : Columbia University Press

ISBN : 0231521820

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One of the largely untold stories of Orientalism is the degree to which the Middle East has been associated with "deviant" male homosexuality by scores of Western travelers, historians, writers, and artists for well over four hundred years. And this story stands to shatter our preconceptions of Orientalism. To illuminate why and how the Islamicate world became the locus for such fantasies and desires, Boone deploys a supple mode of analysis that reveals how the cultural exchanges between Middle East and West have always been reciprocal and often mutual, amatory as well as bellicose. Whether examining European accounts of Istanbul and Egypt as hotbeds of forbidden desire, juxtaposing Ottoman homoerotic genres and their European imitators, or unlocking the homoerotic encoding in Persian miniatures and Orientalist paintings, this remarkable study models an ethics of crosscultural reading that exposes, with nuance and economy, the crucial role played by the homoerotics of Orientalism in shaping the world as we know it today. A contribution to studies in visual culture as well as literary and social history, The Homoerotics of Orientalism draws on primary sources ranging from untranslated Middle Eastern manuscripts and European belles-lettres to miniature paintings and photographic erotica that are presented here for the first time.

The Universal Theological Magazine and Impartial Review

... among the votaries of youthtui folly , being called by his schoolfellows , Dux
omnium malorum ; only he had no propensity , but a strong aversion to
drunkeness , which he deemed such an unnatural vice , that the very beasts
UNIVER .

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What is Justice?

Outside of the realm of Dorian culture, and especially in Athens, pederasty was
looked upon with contempt; Aristotle stigmatized it in his Nicomachean Ethics as
an unnatural vice. No trace of it is to be found in Homer. The great tragedians ...

Author : Hans Kelsen

Release : 2000

Publisher : The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

ISBN : 1584771011

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Kelsen, Hans. What is Justice? Justice, Law and Politics in the Mirror of Science. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1957. [vi], 397 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN 1-58477-101-1. Cloth. New. $95. * Through the lens of science, Kelsen proposes a dynamic theory of natural law, examines Platonic and Aristotelian doctrines of justice, the idea of justice as found in the holy scriptures, and defines justice as "...that social order under whose protection the search for truth can prosper. 'My' justice, then, is the justice of freedom, the justice of peace, the justice of democracy-the justice of tolerance." (p. 24).

The History of the Life of King Henry the Second, and of the Age in which He Lived

H. of Huntington , and some others after him , accuse the same prince , from
common report , of having been guilty of an unnatural vice ; but neither is this
very credible , considering that when he died , he was but seventeen years old ,
and had ...

Author : George Lyttelton Baron Lyttelton

Release : 1769

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The Horse in Early Modern English Culture

Alan Fletcher, indeed, notes the British nationality and connections of staff in this
performative space, the first “permanent” playhouse in Ireland, and depicts the
Werburgh project as an imperial eyesore, an unnatural, “vice-regal” blemish on a
 ...

Author : Kevin De Ornellas

Release : 2013-11-18

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

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This book digs deep into English Renaissance culture to interrogate representations of horses in the period: it is argues that, ultimately, the horse was a byword for the subjugated and repressed: to be metaphorically like a horse in early modern England is to be bridled, tamed, and curbed.

The history of the life of king Henry the second, and of the age in which he lived. To which is prefixed, A history of the revolutions of England from the death of Edward the confessor to the birth of Henry the second. 3 vols. [and] Notes to the second and third (fourth and fifth) books

an aflfe£j-e(] effeminacy, and supposed it to indicate a disposition to an unnatural
vice, which was very prevalent in those times. The good prelate, whose piety was
so much scandalized at it, would have done well to consider, how much more ...

Author : George Lyttelton (1st baron.)

Release : 1769

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The History of the Life of King Henry the Second, and of the Age in which He Lived, in Five Books

H. of Huntington , and some others after him , accuse the same Prince , from
common report , of having been guilty of an unnatural vice ; but neither is this
very credible , conGidering that , when he died , he was bu : seventeen years old
, and ...

Author : George Lyttelton Baron Lyttelton

Release : 1768

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From Virile Woman to WomanChrist

Cornelius Agrippa , De nobilitate et praecellentia foeminei sexus ( 1529 ) Male
pride , an understandable flaw ; female pride , an unnatural vice . The Speculum
uirginum was written around 1140 , but with a few deft adaptations , these words
 ...

Author : Barbara Newman

Release : 1995

Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN : 9780812215458

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Why did hagiographers of the late Middle Ages praise mothers for abandoning small children? How did a group of female mystics come to define themselves as "apostles to the dead" and end by challenging God's right to damn? Why did certain heretics around 1300 venerate a woman as the Holy Spirit incarnate and another as the Angelic Pope? In From Virile Woman to WomanChrist, Barbara Newman asks these and other questions to trace a gradual and ambiguous transition in the gender strategies of medieval religious women. An egalitarian strain in early Christianity affirmed that once she asserted her commitment to Christ through a vow of chastity, monastic profession, or renunciation of family ties, a woman could become "virile," or equal to a man. While the ideal of the "virile woman" never disappeared, another ideal slowly evolved in medieval Christianity. By virtue of some gender-related trait—spotless virginity, erotic passion, the capacity for intense suffering, the ability to imagine a feminine aspect of the Godhead—a devout woman could be not only equal, but superior to men; without becoming male, she could become a "womanChrist," imitating and representing Christ in uniquely feminine ways. Rooted in women's concrete aspirations and sufferings, Newman's "womanChrist" model straddles the bounds of orthodoxy and heresy to illuminate the farther reaches of female religious behavior in the Middle Ages. From Virile Woman to WomanChrist will generate compelling discussion in the fields of medieval literature and history, history of religion, theology, and women's studies.

An Account of Some Remarkable Passages in the Life of a Private Gentleman

While a School-Boy, some base Temptati, ons offer'd in a Vice, which I fear reigns
in fuch Places. ... The A&ting this im. pure and unnatural Vice, at first amaz'domes
; but being frequently repeated, my Aversion gradually abated, till at length it ...

Author : Daniel Defoe

Release : 1711

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Long Before Stonewall

Impurity and immorality, even gross sensuality and unnatural vice flourish among
them, according to the testimony of the Indians themselves.” He reiterated his
frustration at the influence of Native women and described Delaware women in ...

Author : Thomas A. Foster

Release : 2007-07-01

Publisher : NYU Press

ISBN : 9780814727492

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2007 Choice Outstanding Academic Title Although the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York City symbolically mark the start of the gay rights movement, individuals came together long before the modern era to express their same-sex romantic and sexual attraction toward one another, and in a myriad of ways. Some reflected on their desires in quiet solitude, while others endured verbal, physical, and legal harassment for publicly expressing homosexual interest through words or actions. Long Before Stonewall seeks to uncover the many iterations of same-sex desire in colonial America and the early Republic, as well as to expand the scope of how we define and recognize homosocial behavior. Thomas A. Foster has assembled a pathbreaking, interdisciplinary collection of original and classic essays that explore topics ranging from homoerotic imagery of black men to prison reform to the development of sexual orientations. This collection spans a regional and temporal breadth that stretches from the colonial Southwest to Quaker communities in New England. It also includes a challenge to commonly accepted understandings of the Native American berdache. Throughout, connections of race, class, status, and gender are emphasized, exposing the deep foundations on which modern sexual political movements and identities are built.

The Beauties of History; or, pictures of virtue and vice ... The fifth edition

Robbed of the conversation of a wife whom he tenderly loved ; stripped of his
kingdom by an unnatural rebellion ; and deserted by his subjects , the king gave
himself up to the first transport of grief , which settled in an inveterate melancholy
 ...

Author : L. M. STRETCH

Release : 1833

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