L'école de la volupté  

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L'école de la volupté 1746, 1747 (anon.) Julien Offray de La Mettrie. The work is similar to The Art of Enjoyment.

In this book, La Mettrie describes the rules for the enjoyment of physical love and the satisfaction of all the "caprices de l'imagination."

See "satisfaire tous ses désirs, c'est-à-dire tous les caprices de l'imagination."

The work was mentioned by De Sade in Juliette.





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