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PHL 304, Week 5 Notes Part 2

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PHL 304, Week 5 Notes Part 2 PHL 304

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PHL 304, Week 5 Notes Part 2 The notes are labeled parts 1 and 2 because they occur during the same week but different sessions.
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Zeba Khetani on Wednesday September 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PHL 304 at University of Texas at Austin taught by Dr. Charles Krecz in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Contemporary Moral Problems in Philosophy (introduction to bioethics) at University of Texas at Austin.


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Date Created: 09/28/16
09-28-16 PHL 304 4. Liberal Sexual Morality- General description a. Liberal on marriage- being married has nothing to do with the permissibility of sex b. On love- love and commitment don’t make sex moral or immoral c. On procreative sex- sex doesn’t have to be procreative to be moral d. The independent non-sexual moral principle: tends to judge people on a more general approach 5. Mappes’Liberal Sexual Morality a. “Using” a person- Kant’s (18 century ethicist) humanity principle i. A man may merely use a woman as a means to an end & that is immoral ii. Coercion- manipulating people to get what you want for office; may employ force 1. Occurrent- happens in front of you a. Rape 2. Dispositional a. “I’ll fire you if you don’t have sex with me” b. Implications and examples c. Sexual offers (v. coercion) d. The coercive offer e. Abuse of institutional authority ​ 2


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