College Sex - Philosophy for Everyone: Philosophers With Benefits
January 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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Acknowledgments (Michael Bruce and Robert M. Stewart).
Campus Orientation: An Introduction to College Sex – Philosophy for Everyone (Michael Bruce and Robert M. Stewart).
PART I FRESHMAN YEAR: Hook-Up Culture.
1 Sex and Socratic Experimentation (Sisi Chen and George T. Hole).
2 The Straight Sex Experiment (Bassam Romaya).
3 The Virtual Bra Clasp: Navigating Technology in College Courtship (Michael Bruce).
4 Smeared Makeup and Stiletto Heels: Clothing, Sexuality, and the Walk of Shame (Brett Lunceford).
5 Relations at a Distance (Bill Puka).
PART II SOPHOMORE YEAR: Friends With Benefits.
6 What's Love Got to Do with It? Epicureanism and Friends with Benefits (William O. Stephens).
7 Friends with Benefits: A Precarious Negotiation (Timothy R. Levine and Paul A. Mongeau).
8 The Philosophy of Friends with Benefits: What College Students Think They Know (Kelli Jean K. Smith and Kelly Morrison).
PART III JUNIOR YEAR: Ethics of College Sex.
9 A Horny Dilemma: Sex and Friendship between Students and Professors (Andrew Kania).
10 Philosophers and the Not So Platonic Student-Teacher Relationship (Danielle A. Layne).
11 Thinking About Thinking About Sex (Ashley McDowell).
12 Exploring the Association Between Love and Sex (Guy Pinku).
13 Sex for a College Education (Matthew Brophy).
PART IV SENIOR YEAR: Sex and Self-Respect.
14 Meaningful Sex and Moral Respect (Robert M. Stewart).
15 Can Girls Go Wild With Self-Respect? (John Draeger).
16 Mutual Respect and Sexual Morality: How to Have College Sex Well (Yolanda Estes).
17 Bad Faith or True Desire? A Sartrean View on College Sex (Antti Kuusela).
Notes on Contributors.