" tolerance of objectification can make people disrespectful of nature (abhorring natural disaster, genetic limitations including cancer, physical limitations such as susceptibility to disease, and death, even laughing at the threat posed by nature - regarding nature as without meaning, merely being functional or an end in itself) "

- philosophy of the body  

                              - two wrongs don't make a right -

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Order Against the Objectification of Women

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" objectification is dissociation - our base desires do not have an isolated expression which is inevitable and consistent with our nature as conscious human beings - any isolation of our physical nature is false "

- philosophy of the body