Ideas from 'What's Wrong with Rape?' by Pamela Foa [1977], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Ethics in Practice (2nd Ed)' (ed/tr LaFollette,Hugh) [Blackwell 2002,0-631-22834-9]].

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12. Knowledge Sources / C. Rationalism / 1. Rationalism
Obscure knowledge belongs to the five senses, and genuine knowledge is the other type
24. Applied Ethics / B. Moral Rights / 2. Sexual Morality
A rape disregards the status of being a person - but so does all assault
If men should lust and women shouldn't, that makes rape the prevalent sexual model
Rape of children is dreadful, but no one thinks children should have a right of consent