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Lecture 10

Lecture 10-Mar 26.docx

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Philosophy
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PHIL 1010
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Karyn Freedman

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Philosophy   Mar.26.2012 Morally­ they would be subject to censure Socially­ they would be subject to ostracism and ridicule. They would  lack certain hospital visitation rights, inheritance rights, tax benefits. Politically­ they would be subject to prosecution (in the us in states  with anti sodomy laws) and would be denied the prosecutions afforded  by legal marriage. The question: why and where are gender differences relevant?  Corvino's answer: gender is irrelevant to the moral character of  romantic and sexual relationships, and thus to other rights and duties  associated with such relationships. Biological sex­ male and female, in terms of chromosomal structures,  XY and XX Gender­ men and women, defined by a cluster of family resemblance  concepts: ­ being biologically male or female ­ having or wanting to have a certain kind of body structure  ­ having or wantin
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