Textbook Notes for PHL243H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Non-Penetrative Sex, Masturbation, Ejaculation

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6 Jan 2014
270
Masturbation is queer because it is incest, adulterous, gay, etc. The paradigm case of masturbation is perhaps only that the person who by touching sex
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Fungibility, Sentience, Sexual Objectification

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6 Jan 2014
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It isn"t always a sign of disrespect to treat a person as a thing, so objectification can"t be the reason why certain things are bad (336) Objectificat
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Plastic Surgery

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6 Jan 2014
243
Gender is a social identity, which is a shared understanding of who a person is based on his or her membership in a group. Acquired identity = characte
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Casual Sex, Foreplay, Voyeurism

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6 Jan 2014
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The ends or purposes of sexual acts aren"t central to understanding sexuality. Sexual desire is simply the desire for certain pleasures produced by bod
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Functionalism Versus Intentionalism, Reductionism, Human Sexuality

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6 Jan 2014
84
Sexual desire as aiming at bodily pleasure rests on the flawed assumption that sexual pleasure has the same uniform physical character in all sexual en
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Trans Woman, Transphobia

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6 Jan 2014
153
Wrong body model of trans male trapped in female body. This assumes that gender identity is a real, essential thing, not a social construct. Transgende
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Paraphilia, Zoophilia, Foot Fetishism

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6 Jan 2014
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For there to be sexual perversions, we must assume that there are sexual desires or practice that are unnatural. Certain practices like fetishism and b
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Concubinage, Libido, Incest

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6 Jan 2014
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Casual Sex, Pedophilia

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6 Jan 2014
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In the casual philosophy of sex, sex has intrinsic worth as a source of pleasure (395) In the significance philosophy of sex, sex has instrumental valu
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Nightclub Act, Wage Labour, Casual Sex

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6 Jan 2014
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In ancient greece, wage labor was stigmatized because of the financial self-interest of the person doing the job (413) Prostitution is like factory wor
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Agathon, Eryximachus, Cardinal Virtues

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6 Jan 2014
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Phaedrus says love is one of the oldest of the gods and does the most to promote virtue in people. Pausanias draws a distinction between common love, w
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PHL243H1 Chapter Notes -Casual Sex, Conditionality

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6 Jan 2014
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Casual sex = occurring outside the context of a relationship (442) Casual sex = where both parties don"t want the sex to lead to any commitment (no str
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