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A Problem in Greek Ethics

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A Problem in Greek Ethics by John Addington Symonds, (private imprint, 1901), is a classic, ground-breaking book of which only one hundred copies were printed for private circulation, and which first introduced the term "homosexuality" in print. Symonds was said to be the original "pederast apologist", and explored his interpretations of the development of Greek pederastic morality, quoting from many ancient Greek sources. He was one of the first to use the terms "boy love" and "boy lover" in print.

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