*** Sexology Class Posting Template – Clone/Duplicate First

*** Sexology Class Posting Template – Clone/Duplicate First

Description:

  • Learn about and analyze the philosophical understanding and perspective of the human body and sexual behavior/conduct from the perspective of classical Greece and Rome, classical China, Indus Valley cultures, Medieval and Renaissance periods.
  • Learn about and analyze the effects and consequences of different philosophical perspectives upon body image and sexual behavior trans-historically and trans-culturally from the perspective of classical Greece and Rome. Classical China, Indus Valley cultures and other ancient and historical people.
  • Learn about and analyze the philosophical understanding and perspective of the human body and sexuality during the Victorian period, industrial revolution, and post-World War II periods in Europe, North America and Asia.
  • Learn about and analyze the different effects that sex negative, sex neutral and sex positive philosophies have upon sexual expression and body image.
  • Learn about and analyze philosophies regarding the energetic body, chakras, aura and tri-partite system of mind, body and spirit, harmonization and divine connection.
  • Learn about and analyze philosophies regarding the energetic body, chakras, mind, body and spirit harmonization and divine connection.
  • Learn about and analyze the effect of philosophy upon age of consent, intergenerational sexual activity, expression, gender identity and expression and taboo and pleasure.

General Overview:

The length of this course is 10 hours and topics covered include Health and Intimacy Studies and philosophy as in understanding the human body and sexuality philosophically, classics (2.5) and trans-historical & trans-cultural (2.5).

Objectives:

  • Be able to understand and describe various philosophical perspectives regarding the human body and sexual behavior/conduct/ expression.
  • Be able to understand and describe the effects and consequences of various philosophical perspectives upon body image and sexual expression trans-historically and trans-culturally.
  • Be able to understand and describe the philosophical understanding and perspective of the human body and sexual expression during the Victorian period, industrial revolution, and post-World War II periods in Europe, North America and Asia.
  • Be able to understand and describe the different effects that sex negative, sex neutral and sex positive philosophies have upon sexual expression and body image.
  • Be able to understand and describe the effect of philosophy upon the age of consent, intergenerational sexual expression, gender identity and expression, and taboo and pleasure.
  • Be able to understand and describe philosophies regarding the energetic body, chakras, aura, and tri-partite system of mind, body and spirit harmonization and divine connection.

Instruction:

  • Remote learning by streaming digital material and resources (10 hours)
  • Remote learning in real-time by way of webinar lectures (0)
  • In-class-room instruction (0)

Assessments:

  • Final Test Exam-Multiple choice, True/False and essay.
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