Unformatted text preview: Charles Knowlton—philosophically minded physician. Lorenzo Fowler—Physical love arose from the appreciation of physical qualities, and the enjoyment of a physical union. Perfect love is a union of physical, mental, and spiritual love. Orson Fowler—helped express love to one another. Frederick Hollick—sex should be used as a means of having children alone. Thomas Nichols— to satisfy passions and have children. Disagreed with Hollick, in that women should be able to choose whether or not to have children. Sylvester Graham—It was a sin against nature, and was self pollution. Mary Gove—Harmed individuals morally and physically. Agreed with Graham that it was usually learned in schools. William Alcott—believed teaching boys about sex was a good idea, but restraint was necessary, along with abstinence. Lorenzo Fowler—bad to teach children about sex....
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- Spring '08
- Frances Wright, Lyman Beecher