" the effort required for apparent self-objectification is dependent upon social circumstances, even to the extent that in a society its people may be given no choice but to appear to appear to objectify themselves based upon external norms (eg fashion / availability of clothing) "

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" when one knows an objectified person, they know that they are not an object, and that their apparent self-objectification is imaginary "

- philosophy of the body  

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