College Sex : philosophy for everyone : philosophers with benefits / edited by Michael Bruce and Robert M. Stewart ; with a foreword by Heather Corinna
- Foreword / Heather Corinna -- Acknowledgments / Robert M. Stewart -- Campus Orientation: An Introduction to College Sex---Philosophy for Everyone / Robert M. Stewart -- PART I. FRESHMAN YEAR: Hook-Up Culture -- 1. Sex and Socratic Experimentation / George T. Hole -- 2. The Straight Sex Experiment / Bassam Romaya -- 3. The Virtual Bra Clasp: Navigating Technology in College Courtship / Michael Bruce -- 4. Smeared Makeup and Stiletto Heels: Clothing, Sexuality, and the Walk of Shame / Brett Lunceford -- 5. Relations at a Distance / Bill Puka -- PART II. SOPHOMORE YEAR: Friends With Benefits -- 6. What's Love Got to Do with It? Epicureanism and Friends with Benefits / William O. Stephens -- 7. Friends with Benefits: A Precarious Negotiation / Paul A. Mongeau -- 8. The Philosophy of Friends with Benefits: What College Students Think They Know / Kelly Morrison -- PART III. JUNIOR YEAR: Ethics of College Sex -- 9. A Horny Dilemma: Sex and Friendship between Students and Professors / Andrew Kania -- 10. Philosophers and the Not So Platonic Student-Teacher Relationship / Danielle A. Layne -- 11. Thinking About Thinking About Sex / Ashley McDowell -- 12. Exploring the Association Between Love and Sex / Guy Pinku -- 13. Sex for a College Education / Matthew Brophy -- PART IV. SENIOR YEAR: Sex and Self-Respect -- 14. Meaningful Sex and Moral Respect / Robert M. Stewart -- 15. Can Girls Go Wild With Self-Respect? / John Draeger -- 16. Mutual Respect and Sexual Morality: How to Have College Sex Well / Yolanda Estes -- 17. Bad Faith or True Desire? A Sartrean View on College Sex / Antti Kuusela.
- "Philosophy has a history of expanding wisdom to include more worldly affairs. Continuing this tradition, College Sex---Philosophy for Everyone investigates a broad array of philosophical and moral issues relating to the sexual practices of students. Within the unique social setting of college comes a varied assortment of sexual relations and experiments, ranging from the mutually respectful, to the inebriated, meaningless, and the degrading. So lay back and ponder;" "Written with insight and humor, the essays shed light on sexual relations in college and examine a range of ethical issues, including: dating, cheating, courtship, homosexual experimentation, and drug and alcohol use, within the college setting."--BOOK JACKET.
- 9781444332940 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1444332945 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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