A Physiomoral Discourse on Bodies
This chapter explores the complex relationship between body and morality presumed by the physiomoral discourse. Topics covered include bodies as the effects of morality, bodies as the conditions for morality, and bodies as the conditions for the ethical transformation of others. The chapter also considers the definition of virtue.
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