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
Rape of children is dreadful, but no one thinks children should have a right of consent
If men should lust and women shouldn't, that makes rape the prevalent sexual model