In Praise of Conjugal Rights, or Why a Little More Kant could Save Your Marriage. Marriage is a contract between two people for the mutual use of the sex organs declared the German philosopher Immanuel Kant more than 200 years ago.
Kant himself was a confirmed bachelor, and we know little of what use he made of his sex organs, let alone anyone else’s.
His definition of marriage has been ridiculed ever since. But here at the Institute for Advanced Studies, we think it has a lot to recommend it.
And hearby you are awarded TWO SWORDS for sheer attitude!