The Ethics and Politics of Pornography (Hardcover)
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Pornography is seen as morally problematic for a variety of reasons: coercion, exploitation, harm and the promulgation of inequality. The book looks at various ethical and political discussions concerning the production, exchange and consumption of pornography to propose a radical new approach centering on the concept of objectification.
About the Author
David Edward Rose is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Newcastle University, UK, with interests in Hegelian ethics and counter-enlightenment thought and their application to contemporary moral and political issues. He has previously published books on the concept of free will and Hegel's philosophy of right and has published various articles on European philosophy as well as moral and political philosophy.