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This assortment includes 11 new papers on pornography from an analytic feminist point of view. regardless of a wealthy literature on pornography, deep disagreements approximately primary questions have a tendency nonetheless to outline the corpus. This assortment goals to explain key feminist philosophical commitments referring to pornography, and to surpass conventional analyses by way of highlighting novel subject matters in feminist pornography-debates.
summary: This assortment comprises 11 new papers on pornography from an analytic feminist point of view. regardless of a wealthy literature on pornography, deep disagreements approximately significant questions have a tendency nonetheless to outline the corpus. This assortment goals to elucidate key feminist philosophical commitments touching on pornography, and to surpass typical analyses via highlighting novel issues in feminist pornography-debates
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Papadaki, Evangelia. 2015. ” In The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2015 Edition), edited by Edward N. Zalta. edu/archives/win2015/entries/feminism-objectification/. 18 | Beyond Speech 19 Parent, William. 1990. ” Journal of Philosophy 87: 205–211. Paul, Pamela. 2005. Pornified: How Pornography Is Damaging Our Lives, Our Relationships, and Our Families. New York: Times Books/Henry Holt & Company. Raymond, Janice. 1992. ” In Pornography: Women, Violence and Civil Liberties, edited by Catherine Itzin, 166–178.
In nearly all, the encounter fitted a legal definition of rape, but not the “real rape” stereotype of attack by a stranger. According to the report’s authors, [t]he victim, usually a girl (but boys are victims too), is invariably blamed for their own assault. ” (Coy et al. 2013, 7). In one vignette, a 14-year-old girl is gang-raped by three boys while visiting the home of a boy she had liked (he is one of the three). The narrative is presented from the point of view of the girl and of one of the boys who had felt pressured to join in.
Journal of Philosophy 87: 205–211. Paul, Pamela. 2005. Pornified: How Pornography Is Damaging Our Lives, Our Relationships, and Our Families. New York: Times Books/Henry Holt & Company. Raymond, Janice. 1992. ” In Pornography: Women, Violence and Civil Liberties, edited by Catherine Itzin, 166–178. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Rea, Michael. 2001. ” Noûs 35: 118–145. Royalle, Candida. 2000. ” In Feminism and Pornography, edited by Drucilla Cornell, 540–550. Oxford: Oxford University Press.