" we are naturally jealous of the attention others receive from objectification, particularly those we love and desire and deserve attention from, and we may be inclined ourselves to objectify ourselves in response to any instance of objectification observed and suspected to be tolerated by society "

- philosophy of the body  


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Philosophy of the Body



" unnatural enhancements to the body (adjustments in size, shape, hair, etc) are not necessarily attractive for physical reasons (eg illusion of fertility), but are always attractive for psychological reasons - they communicate a process of presenting as an object (objectification) and the desire to be involved in this process "

- philosophy of the body  

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