And also in discerning do I feel only my will's procreating and evolving delight; and if there be innocence in my knowledge, it is because there is will to procreation
a Spaceland critic may ask: "Is not the procreation
of a Square Son a certificate from Nature herself, proving the Equal-sidedness of the Father?
Cold, cunning, calculating; he was, also, in marked contrast to most of his fellows, a slave to that brute passion which the waning demands for procreation
upon their dying planet has almost stilled in the Martian breast.
Thou who didst from the beginning create male and female," the priest read after the exchange of rings, "from Thee woman was given to man to be a helpmeet to him, and for the procreation
Education, I said, and nurture: If our citizens are well educated, and grow into sensible men, they will easily see their way through all these, as well as other matters which I omit; such, for example, as marriage, the possession of women and the procreation
of children, which will all follow the general principle that friends have all things in common, as the proverb says.
How the workers have been rendered sterile is a difficulty; but not much greater than that of any other striking modification of structure; for it can be shown that some insects and other articulate animals in a state of nature occasionally become sterile; and if such insects had been social, and it had been profitable to the community that a number should have been annually born capable of work, but incapable of procreation
, I can see no very great difficulty in this being effected by natural selection.
Neither her out-side formd so fair, nor aught In procreation
common to all kindes (Though higher of the genial Bed by far, And with mysterious reverence I deem) So much delights me, as those graceful acts, Those thousand decencies that daily flow From all her words and actions, mixt with Love And sweet compliance, which declare unfeign'd Union of Mind, or in us both one Soule; Harmonie to behold in wedded pair More grateful then harmonious sound to the eare.
In his review, Stoner suggests that grounding my account philosophically in the socalled "new natural law"--and in particular, by accepting the view that one cannot derive an "ought" from an "is"--is in tension with what he characterizes as my claim that "the 'oughts' of parental care and instruction seem to follow from the fact of procreation
policies of the Jews in Israel, to name one example, is simply a crime.
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, homologous and heterologous for aa.
McClive, Cathy, Menstruation and Procreation
in Early Modern France (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World), Farnham, Ashgate, 2015; hardback; pp.
Personnes souffrant d'infertilite ou de difficultes de procreation