1607 Sanchez Marriage Jesuit LAW Sexuality Perversion Forbidden Books! FOLIO

SANCHEZ, Tomas

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A rare and controversial Catholic work on marriage. Due to the material dealing with sexuality and sexual perversion, this book was put on the Prohibited Book Index. Originally published in 1602, this book went through several editions and languages until the mid-18th-century. Thomas Sanchez, a 16th-century Jesuit, wrote many influential treatises on morality, though ‘Disputationum de Matrimonii’ is by far his most important.

 

This book, ‘On Marriage’ was written in the attempts to surpass previous treatises on marriage and civil law that existed, but the oddities he writes about make it rather polarizing to readers. Sanchez tells of the most intimate secrets of wedlock – lessons on how to use the bride-bed without being in the bed! Sanchez also elaborates on the validity of an engagement as it pertains to the commitment to marriage and whether it pertains to consummation. Ultimately, Sanchez wanted to prove that matrimonial law and general contract law were two separate entities.

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1607 Sanchez Marriage Jesuit LAW Sexuality Perversion Forbidden Books! FOLIO

 

A rare and controversial Catholic work on marriage. Due to the material dealing with sexuality and sexual perversion, this book was put on the Prohibited Book Index. Originally published in 1602, this book went through several editions and languages until the mid-18th-century. Thomas Sanchez, a 16th-century Jesuit, wrote many influential treatises on morality, though ‘Disputationum de Matrimonii’ is by far his most important.

 

This book, ‘On Marriage’ was written in the attempts to surpass previous treatises on marriage and civil law that existed, but the oddities he writes about make it rather polarizing to readers. Sanchez tells of the most intimate secrets of wedlock – lessons on how to use the bride-bed without being in the bed! Sanchez also elaborates on the validity of an engagement as it pertains to the commitment to marriage and whether it pertains to consummation. Ultimately, Sanchez wanted to prove that matrimonial law and general contract law were two separate entities.

 

Item number: #9046

Price: $599

 

SANCHEZ, Tomas

 

Disputationum de sancto matrimonii sacramento

 

Antverpiæ: Apud Martinum Nutium., M. DC. VII. 1607

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • II – [20], 441, [1]
    • III – [2], 445-888, [32]
  • Reference: de Backer I, 686;
  • Language: Latin
  • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure
  • Size: ~12.5in X 8.5in (32cm x 22cm)
  • VERY RARE and desirable

 

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9046

Categories

Law & Government

Religion

Authors

SANCHEZ, Tomas

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

Latin

Binding

Vellum

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete