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290- 324. only through reason: see Schopenhauer, The World, "the genitals are
the real focus": ibid., p. 330. organs compete: see Wilhelm Roux, Der Kampfder
Theile Organismus, as cited in DC, p. 335. woman's generative: see Dr. Charles ...
Page girls should: see Brooks, "Women from the Standpoint of a Naturalist," as
cited in PSV, p. 71. nature endows, see Schopenhauer, "On Women," as cited in
PA, p. 123. beauty vanishes: see Schopenhauer, "On Women," as cited in DS, p.
1 12. pity . . . closer to the state: see Rousseau, "Discourse," pp. 130-3. "the sick
are": see Nietzsche, A Genealogy of Morals, as cited in PA, p. 127. a man whose
house: see T. W. H. Crosland, Lovely Woman, as cited in TH, pp. 222-3. men ...
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