Discussing ideas from Otto Weininger's "Geschlect und Charakter", while literally trekking off the beaten track in the Tasmanian wilderness. 1. Quick rebuttal of C21st interpretations that Weininger is a misogynist and anti-Semite / Mt Dundas footpad. 2. Key ideas in the Preface / abandoned tramway near Dundas 3. Overview Part 1: Sexual Diversity and Part 2: Sexual Types / Montezuma Falls. 4. Introduction / Melba Flats track to Montezuma 5. Chapter 1: "Men" and "Women" / Renison Bell 6. Chapter 2: Arrhenoplasm and Thelyplasm / Fisher Lake 7. Chapter 3: Laws of Sexual Attraction / Mt Heemskirk 8. Chapter 4: Homosexuality and Pederasty / Donnellys Lookout 9. Chapter 5: Characterology and Morphology / Mt Agnew 10. Chapter 6: Emancipated Women / Trial Harbour 11. Summary of Part 1 / Comstock Mine tracks 12. Part 2 Overview / Zeehan Silver Spray Tunnel tramway routes 13. Chapter 1: Man and Woman / Mt Zeehan 14. Chapter 2: Male and Female Sexuality / Badger River railway 15. Chapter 3: Male and Female Consciousness / Queensberry Mine 16. Chapter 4: Endowment and Genius / Henty Dunes 17. Chapter 5: Endowment and Memory / Lettes Bay along railway line 18. Chapter 6: Memory, Logic, Ethics / Queenstown rainforests treks 19. Chapter 7: Logic, Ethics, and the Self / Mt Jukes 20. Chapter 8: The Problem of the Self and Genius / Lake Burbury treks 21. Chapter 9: Male and Female Psychology / Lake Margaret (if possible) 22. Chapter 10: Motherhood and Prostitution / Mt Murchison 23. Chapter 11: Eroticism and Aesthetics / Mt Read 24. Chapter 12: The Nature of Woman and Her Purpose in the Universe / Mt Farrell 25. Chapter 13: Judaism / Lake Rosebery 26. Chapter 14: Woman and Humanity / Tyndall Range 27. Overview and conclusions / Corinna
On the common, startlingly insane issues preventing people travelling down the path to wisdom. Topics like: sex, religion, women, religious atheism, academia, scientific materialism, work, music, drugs, art, politics, fantasy, and family.