Philosophy with Onbester

Comment on Essay on Sexual Exclusivity Wins Journal of Applied Philosophy’s Annual Prize by r

I am aware that we can change the case to remove the considerations I raised. My suspicion is that once we do, the intuitions you claim as strongly shared will no longer hold. This because I suspect that our negative reactions are a product of the background social meanings, including empirical assumptions about what a person making those demands is likely to be like and the likely results one way or the other. I think these are good enough reasons to ground a negative reaction to most of those Read more [...]