Fundamento 1 (4):109-123 (2013)

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Lucas Miotto
University of Maastricht
Abstract
My aim in this essay is to show that some of the arguments usually offered by the feminist movements and conservatists against the pornography are not sound, and so, are not sufficient to hold that pornography is morally wrong.
Keywords Pornography  Feminism  Applied Ethics
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