Tag Archive for 'Eudaimonism'

Erosophia Podcast #22: Pleasure and The Purpose of Life

In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast, Jason, Devin, and William discuss the role of pleasure in life, the life focussed on pleasure (hedonism), and whether that is a real path to living a good life. Sponsor: Kasidie Get a free 90 day trial by signing up with the banner link!  Make sure to friend us […]

Ill-Defined Harm: A Review of Jesse Bering’s Perv

by Jason Stotts Let me start by saying that overall, I enjoyed Jesse Bering’s new book Perv: The Sexual Deviant in All of Us.  Bering does a great job of parsing psychological studies and medical texts in a way that’s easily readable and interesting.  In fact, overall I recommend Perv and think that most people […]

Update on Eros and Ethos

by Jason Stotts If you’ve been reading Erosophia for a while now, you know I’m working on my first nonfiction book currently titled: Eros and Ethos: The Ethics of Modern Sex.  It has been going painstakingly slow for quite some time, but I’m happy to announce that the speed of writing has improved and great […]

Radically Candid Interview

by Jason Stotts I was recently interviewed by the Radically Candid Podcast team on all sorts of topics in sexuality.  If you’re looking for a no-holds-barred, uncensored, whirlwind tour of my sexual theory, this is the interview for you! (LINK) Radically Candid scrapes dangerously close to legitimacy as we welcome Jason Stotts, philosopher and blogger at Erosophia, […]