libertinage


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lib·er·tin·age

 (lĭb′ər-tē′nĭj)
n.
Libertinism.
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libertinage

[ˈlɪbətɪnɪdʒ] Nlibertinaje m
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Only, her mental excesses were theoretical, hedged in by so much humane feeling and conventional reserves, that they amounted to no more than mere libertinage of thought; whereas the other woman, the governess of Flora de Barral, was, as you may have noticed, severely practical--terribly practical.
Why shouldn't a governess have passions, all the passions, even that of libertinage, and even ungovernable passions; yet suppressed by the very same means which keep the rest of us in order: early training--necessity--circumstances--fear of consequences; till there comes an age, a time when the restraint of years becomes intolerable--and infatuation irresistible .
The love in a woman is difficult to sustain if the woman were to engage in "wanton coupling and libertinage," (58) and the man's desire to safeguard the dignity of the woman, motivated as it is by his magnanimous reaction to her love, is compromised if he is not monogamous.
4 THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV (Albert Serra) Whereas Roberto Rossellini's 1966 chronicle of the monarch's rise to power focused on sartorial style as political stratagem, Albert Serra, the Catalan connoisseur of libertinage, concentrates on the king's attenuated demise by gangrene.
Aquel Gobierno compuesto de muchos; aquel teson en su Marina y Comercio; aquel estimulo para las Ciencias y Oficios; aquellas juntas de sabios; la altura a que llegan los hombres grandes en qualesquiera facultades y Artes, hasta tener tumulos en el mismo Templo que sus Reyes, y otra infinidad de renglones de igual importancia; ocupan dignamente el precioso tiempo, que sin estos estudios desperdiciarias de un modo lastimoso en la Crapula y Libertinage (palabras que no conocieron mis abuelos, y celebrare que ignoren tus nietos).
Furthermore, Dagmar Herzog has shown that the official mother's cult gives a false impression about Aryan sexuality in the Nazi era, (12) which was actually characterized by a Nazi version of libertinage, especially when it came to the Bund Deutscher Madel (BDM): it included the proliferation of condom machines and sex guidebooks which stressed the role of the clitoris and the importance of male and female orgasms.
Starting from the first canto of the poem we find a moralizing voice, which blames the libertinage of pleasures.
Toutefois, nous sommes dans une legerete des comportements, pour ne pas dire libertinage qui favorise la fuite du mariage.
Monneville tries in vain to convince his compatriot that "des mariages de deux jours n'etaient dans le fond qu'un vrai libertinage pour les Frangais" (2: 46).
In others, the boudoir serves as a passageway which libertines-in-training (including Sade's readers) must negotiate during their journey towards understanding pure libertinage.
Twenty-first century technology is coeval with twenty-first century libertinage.
Pour evoquer son libertinage pictural, Imane Mikou exploite une technique bien elaboree et scrute des atmospheres merveilleuses qui provoquent le choc visuel, et ce pour confronter le regardant a une vision qui l'invite a plonger en lui meme.