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Sodomie et masculinité chez les juristes musulmans du IXe au XIe siècle

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The regulation of masculine and feminine sexuality by the Classic Muslim law doesn't respond to moral or procreation concerns, nor even to preservation of an hypothetical “Natural order”. It responds, rather, to the preservation of social order. Therefore, different punishments against sexual transgressions are thought to being strictly applied with harm degree that those transgressions produce. The present article presents this thesis in the context of two axes : the links between fisq, space and sexuality and the relationships between masculinity and sexuality. La régulation de la sexualité masculine et féminine par le droit musulman classique n'obéit pas à des préoccupations de morale, de préservation d'un hypothétique «ordre naturel» ou même de la perpétuation de l'espèce, mais à la préservation de l'ordre public. À ce titre, les divers châtiments prévus contre les transgressions sexuelles sont conçus pour être appliqués en lien étroit avec le degré de nuisance qu'ils génèrent. Le présent article présente cette thèse dans le cadre de deux hypothèses : le lien entre fisq, espace et sexualité ; le lien entre masculinité et sexualité.


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