Why? Radio – “How do Philosophers Talk About Sex, Love, and Desire?” with guest Sarah LaChance Adams

Why? Radio – “How do Philosophers Talk About Sex, Love, and Desire?” with guest Sarah LaChance Adams

Why? Radio – “How do Philosophers Talk About Sex, Love, and Desire?” with guest Sarah LaChance Adams

At first RECORDED: October 4, 2021
Originally BROADCAST: October 11, 2021

Talking about intercourse can be fairly challenging, even uncomfortable, but philosophers have been accomplishing it for 1000’s of decades. We really like questioning how society and biology merge to build what is usual, and inspecting the a variety of justifications for transgression. Now, with mainstream acknowledgment of pornography, marginalized sexual identities and orientations, and newfound openness to kinky play, it is time for philosophy to take one more glance at what intercourse suggests in our life. With all of these in mind, this episode explored the that means powering intercourse, rethink the thoughts that are well worth asking, and even addresses the challenges academics deal with when they focus on sexuality with their lessons.

Sarah LaChance Adams is the Florida Blue Distinguished Professor and Director of the Florida Blue Heart for Ethics at the University of North Florida. She is an Associate Professor in the Section of Philosophy and Spiritual Experiments, the creator of the book Mad Mothers, Poor Moms, and What a Great Mom Would Do and co-editor of three anthologies which include New Philosophies of Intercourse and Love: Pondering via Drive.


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