Part I. For the four time periods/periods discussed in the early portion of the class (Pre/Early History, Greek, early Jewish,

Part I. For the four time periods/periods discussed in the early portion of the class (Pre/Early History, Greek, early Jewish, early Christian), discuss whether and how sex has been linked to harm.  Provide information and illustrations from a) the modules; b) the Symposium, c) Halperin, and d) Bullough.For each time period and for each example considered:make clear whether sex has been linked to harm in that time period;and if it has:explain the nature of the linkage between sex and harm, as well aswho is being harmed and how.For each instance where you have identified a connection between sex and harm, discuss whether the conception is linked to the view of active and passive roles in sexuality.Provide at least one illustrative quote from each reading in support of your claims.Part II. Discuss the linkages between sex and harm in the article by Baumrin.For each instance, make clear who is being harmed and how.For each instance, discuss whether the conception is linked to the view of active and passive roles in sexuality.Provide at least one illustrative quote from each reading in support of your claims.Question Two—Answer all parts of the questionPart IIn answering Part I, be sure to provide short illustrative quotes from the modules and from Dean, May, and Fineman.Part I: How have attitudes concerning the following changed over time:The purpose or purposes of marriage.Expectations concerning the relationship between love and marriage.Attitudes toward extra-marital sexual relationships.Who was allowed to marry.Attitudes concerning divorce.Be sure to identify relationships between the above five themes.Part II: Elizabeth Brake in “Is Divorce Promise-Breaking?” considers whether we should see divorce as a violation of ethical principles as it seems to involve promise-breaking.Brake identifies four potential positions one could adopt concerning divorce and promise makingIdentify the central components of each position.Explain Brake’s views concerning each of these positions.In answering the above two points, be sure to provide short illustrative quotes from the reading.Do you agree with Brake’s position about divorce?