Is it rape? On acquaintance rape and taking women's consent seriously - by Joan McGregor, making sense of sexual consent - by mark Cowling & Paul Reynolds, the logic of consent, the diversity and deceptiveness of consent as a defence to criminal conduct - by Peter Westen, and consent to sexual relations - by Lan Wertheimer
Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Applied Philosophy 24 (2):209–221 (2007)
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