1. In this paper we are using the word "emotion" rather broadly, more or less in the way Aristotle uses the word pathos: "By feelings [pathé] I mean appetite, anger, fear, confidence, envy, joy, love, hate, longing, jealousy, pity, in general whatever implies pleasure or pain." Nicomachean Ethics, trans. Terrence Irwin (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 1985), 1105b20.
2. See Amélie O. Rorty and David Wong, "Aspects of Identity and Agency," in Identity, Character, and Morality, ed. Owen Flanagan and Amélie O. Rorty (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1990), 19-36.
3. See, for example, Frederick Suppe, "Curing Homosexuality," in Philosophy and Sex, ed. Robert Baker and Frederick Elliston (New York: Prometheus, 1984), 394-95.
4. See Ad Valvas (university newspaper), 14 September 1995.
5. For a well-documented review of the research, see Gene G. Abel, Candice Osborn, David Anthony, and Peter Gardos, "Current Treatments of Paraphiliacs," Annual Review of Sex Research 3 (1992): 255-90. See also Suppe, "Curing Homosexuality," 398-99.
6. For an analysis of the rationalizations of pedophile behavior, see Ben Spiecker and Jan Steutel, "Paedophilia, Sexual Desire, and Perversity," Journal of Moral Education 26, no. 3 (1997): 332-35.
7. See, for example, Abel et al., "Current Treatments of Paraphiliacs," 276-81.