coprophilia


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cop·ro·phil·i·a

 (kŏp′rə-fĭl′ē-ə)
n.
The deriving of sexual gratification from fantasies or acts involving feces.

cop′ro·phil′i·ac′ (-ē-ăk′) n.
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coprophilia

(ˌkɒprəʊˈfɪlɪə)
n
(Psychiatry) an abnormal interest in faeces and their evacuation
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cop•ro•phil•i•a

(ˌkɒp rəˈfɪl i ə)

n. Psychiatry.
an obsessive interest in feces.
[1930–35]
cop`ro•phil′i•ac`, n.
cop`ro•phil′ic, adj.
co•proph•i•lism (kəˈprɒf əˌlɪz əm) n.
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coprophilia

1. the use of obscene or scatological language for sexual gratification.
2. a love of obscenity.
3. Psychiatry. an abnormal interest in feces, especially as a source of sexual excitement.
See also: Sex
a love of obscenity.
See also: Obscenity
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Translations
coprophilie
coprofilia

coprophilia

nKoprophilie f
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In Peter Shaffer's Amadeus (1979), court composer Antonio Salieri, consumed with envy of the seemingly effortless musical genius and the coarse sexual bravado of new-comer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart--and driven, as well, by resentment of the younger man's gleeful coprophilia and exuberantly bad manners--attempts initially to contain the professional advancement of his rival, but eventually seeks nothing less than Mozart's annihilation.
'Pleasure in the intestinal contents becomes enjoyment of money', he explained, 'whatever form may be assumed by money, the enjoyment at possessing it has its deepest and amplest source in coprophilia'.
The show's final work, however, was Nathaniel Mellors's Giantbum, 2009, a video installation that trapped protagonists and visitors alike in a labyrinthine dead-end tale of cannibalism and coprophilia. As an absurdist re-creation of a self-contained reality and as an allegory of self-referential artmaking itself, the work was a remarkably involuted end point for the show's altermodern narrative of artists reshaping the world.