" conscience is a product of belief in one's own and another's subjective significance "

- philosophy of the body  


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Philosophy of the Body



" as objectification is a relative concept (based upon the intent to objectify oneself or allow oneself to be objectified), tolerance of one form of objectification will imply a reduction in the apparent objectification (from the tolerators perspective) of anything more objectifying than that being tolerated, allowing for example the rise of seduction, fornication, manipulation, adultery, and perversion against another's subjective will "

- philosophy of the body  

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