The private sphere an emotional territory and its agent /
The non-interference perspective is common when theorizing about the protection of the private life of individuals and their families. However, this accepted way of looking at things, leads our thoughts astray. It fails to do justice to the interests both in being left in peace but at the same time...
|Series:||Philosophical studies in contemporary culture ;
v. 15. |
|Online Access:||Online version|
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