" objectification is generally biased towards the body given directly for the formation of a new child, rather than that which is most often given indirectly via the protection of and provision for this body) "

- philosophy of the body  


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Philosophy of the Body



" objectification is the (apparent) encouragement to think of someone as an object - it may involve encouraging someone to think about their own view, desires, actions, or feelings - without respect for those of the person being objectified "

- philosophy of the body  

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