Response to questions: Philosophy of Sex and Love

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Please read the readings and watch the videos below and answer these questions in a thought provoking way.

  1. What was the most significant learning within the themes presented this week?
  2. How has this learning affected your personal philosophy?
  3. How can you integrate this learning into your understanding of sex & love?
  4. After reviewing your work within this week's themes, what questions remain unanswered or what questions have emerged?

READ at this link https://philpapers.org/archive/SOBTPO-6.pdf the below readings

  • Nagel's "Sexual Perversion" (33)
  • Moulton's "Sexual Behavior: Another Position" (47)
  • Goldman's "Plain Sex" (57)
WATCH these two videos below

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peachblack
School: Duke University

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Response to Questions on Philosophy of Sex and Love
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RESPONSE TO QUESTIONS ON PHILOSOPHY OF SEX AND LOVE

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Looking at the themes presented throughout the week, the most significant learning is
the argument presented by Alan Goldman that sexual desire is the urge to have contact with
the body of...

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