Sexual Solipsism: Philosophical Essays on Pornography and Objectification  

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Sexual Solipsism: Philosophical Essays on Pornography and Objectification (2009) is a book by Rae Helen Langton.

It collected many of her papers she published from 1990-99 were, along with her responses to some of her critics. Regarding this book, Wellesley College philosophy professor Mary Kate McGowan wrote in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews that "...Langton's crisp, clear, and careful argumentation proves that philosophy has much to offer the socially, politically and even legally charged issues addressed here... This is feminist scholarship at its very best. It's first-rate philosophy." Langton has written more than fifty articles about subjects ranging from feminist approaches to pornography, to animal ethics, to hate speech.



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