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Philosophy of Fetishism-- Thursday July 25th Capitol Hill Library

Philosophy of Fetishism:

 

The lecture for this discussion, given by Katherine Morris, proposes that sexual fetishism, religious fetishism, and commodity fetishism all serve the same purpose in the human psyche. Drawing on over a decade of descriptive statistics and descriptive phenomenology of religious persons with sexual fetishes who are mostly high-level professionals, Katherine will give an overview of her research findings, followed by a brief introduction to the theoretical conclusions about human nature of fetishism drawn from the research results. Audience members are encouraged to prepare for the discussion by reading Schopenhauer's ideas on human sexuality and the will, Marx's ideas on commodity fetishism, and anything that describes the ritualistic process of religious fetishism. Katherine's lecture will be limited to 15 minutes so that at least 45 minutes remain open for discussion.

 

About the lecturer: Katherine Morris is a State of Washington certified counselor, specializing in existential evaluations of sexual perversions.

 

LOCATION DETAILS: Meeting will take place at the Capitol Hill Library, upstairs in the conference room.

 

Parking is located beneath the library but can be limited. However, we have not had a problem yet.

 

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  • Joe

    Good job, Katherine, especially if you have almost no public speaking experience. They say public speaking is the number one phobia--more people fear it than death, according to surveys.

    July 25, 2013

  • Justin T.

    This sounds great! Hope I can make it

    June 26, 2013

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