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A symposium on Pornography. A Philosophical Introduction (OUP, 2019) by Mari Mikkola| Valencia (Spain), September 27-28, 2019

Debates over pornography tend to be heated and deeply polarized—as with other topics that have to do with sex, pornography cuts to the core of our values and convictions. Philosophical debates concerning pornography are fraught with difficult questions: What is pornography? What does pornography do (if anything at all)? Is the consumption of pornography a harmless private matter, or does pornography violate women’s civil rights? What, if anything, should legally be done about pornography? Can there be a genuinely feminist pro-pornography stance? This book offers an opinionated introduction to and an analysis of philosophical treatments of pornography.

PROGRAM

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MAIN SPEAKER

Mari Mikkola (University of Oxford, UK)

INVITED SPEAKERS

Esa Díaz-León (University of Barcelona)
Anne Eaton (University of Illinois)
Katherine Jenkins (University of Nottingham)
Hans Maes (University of Kent)

DISCUSSANTS

Cristina Bernábeu (Autonomous University of Madrid)
Marta Cabrera (University of Valencia)
Josep E. Corbí (University of Valencia)
Alejandro Fontcuberta (IES Molí del Sol, Valencia)
Manuel García-Carpintero (University of Barcelona)
Antoni Gomila (University of Balearic Islands)
Leonardo González (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
Darius Khalid (King’s College)
Teresa Marques (University of Barcelona)
Carmen Martínez (University of Valencia)
Sergi Rosell (University of Valencia)
Pablo Rychter (University of Valencia)
Chon Tejedor (University of Valencia)
Jesús Vega (Autonomous University of Madrid)

VENUE

Faculty of Philosophy
University of Valencia
Av. Blasco Ibáñez 30
46010-Valencia (Spain)
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ORGANIZATION

Marta Cabrera (University of Valencia)
Josep E. Corbí (University of Valencia)
Carmen Martínez (University of Valencia)
Jesús Vega (Autonomous University of Madrid)

CONTACT

Josep E. Corbí  (josep.corbi # uv.es)

FUNDED BY

Self-Knowledge, Moral Responsibility, and Authenticity (FFI2016-75323-P)
Intercultural Understanding, Belonging and Value: Wittgensteinian Approaches (PGC2018-093982-B-I00)

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