Duas histórias sobre Rabi Akiva e seu aluno e as experiências sexuais dele: sobre maus odores como sinal de promiscuidade sexual

  • Abraham Ofir Shemesh Ariel University
Palavras-chave: Rabino Akiva, Odores corporais, Moral sexual

Resumo

Nos padrões morais dos sábios judeus, a promiscuidade sexual é indicada por um mau cheiro repugnante, enquanto a pureza sexual se manifesta em um cheiro agradável. Histórias sobre Rabi Akiva e seu aluno que tiveram experiências sexuais associadas a vários aromas aumentam a relação entre natureza, cultura e religião. Elas representam a perspectiva segundo a qual a definição de um cheiro como bom ou ruim não segue padrões naturais, mas tem conotações religiosas e depende dos poderes morais de alguém.

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Biografia do Autor

Abraham Ofir Shemesh, Ariel University
Senior Lecturer in Facultaty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ariel University.

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2018-11-28
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Shemesh, A. O. (2018). Duas histórias sobre Rabi Akiva e seu aluno e as experiências sexuais dele: sobre maus odores como sinal de promiscuidade sexual. Arquivo Maaravi: Revista Digital De Estudos Judaicos Da UFMG, 12(23), 145-159. https://doi.org/10.17851/1982-3053.12.23.145-159