Fictional Immorality and Immoral Fiction

Lexington Books (2021)
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Abstract

This book examines what, if anything, makes a depiction of fictional immorality—such as the murder, torture, or sexual assault of a fictional character—an example of immoral fiction, and therefore something that should be morally criticized and possibly prohibited.

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