" to be objectified is to be only considered for one's physical worth (to be only considered for one's capacity to produce physically fit children, or for one's capacity to provide for the production of physically fit children) "

- philosophy of the body  

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" the acceptance of objectification produces guilt from the contradiction of one's education and socialisation to suppress their base desires where they deny subjective significance (eg toilet training) "

- philosophy of the body  


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