Start Over Please hold this item Export MARC Display Return To Browse
 
     
Limit search to available items
Record 1 of 3
Record: Previous Record Next Record
Author Wicks, Elizabeth, 1973-
Title The state and the body : legal regulation of bodily autonomy.
Publication Info London : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2016.



Descript 1 online resource (191 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Contents -- 1 -- Bodily Autonomy -- I. Introduction: Why the Body Matters -- II. Autonomy: Rights and Relations -- III. The Body -- IV. Conclusion -- 2 -- The Public-Private Distinction -- I. Introduction -- II. Different Meanings of Public and Private: Contexts, History and Rights -- III. Feminist Critique of the Public-Private Distinction -- IV. A Descriptive/Normative Spectrum -- V. Defining the "Private" -- VI. Defining the "Public" -- VII. Conclusion -- 3 -- Reproductive Choices -- I. Introduction
II. Reproduction, the Public-Private Distinction and the Right to Respect for Private Life -- III. State Regulation of Reproduction in England and Wales -- IV. Justification for State Regulation of Reproduction -- V. Conclusion -- 4 -- Choices about Dying -- I. Introduction -- II. State Regulation of Dying in England and Wales -- III. Justifications for the Regulation of Dying -- IV. Conclusion -- 5 -- Sexual Autonomy -- I. Introduction -- II. Regulation of Sexual Autonomy -- III. Public Morality and (Private) Sexual Autonomy -- IV. Conclusion -- 6 -- Bodily Modification -- I. Introduction
II. Cosmetic Surgery -- III. Female Genital Mutilation -- IV. Body Integrity Identity Disorder and the Amputation of Healthy Limbs -- V. Gender Reassignment Surgery -- VI. Paternalistic Restrictions on Body Modification -- VII. Conclusion -- 7 -- Selling the Body -- I. Introduction -- II. Prostitution -- III. Surrogacy -- IV. Sale of Eggs or Organs -- V. Preserving the Choice Paradigm -- VI. Conclusion -- 8 -- Conclusion: Legitimate Justifications for Legal Regulation of Bodily Autonomy -- I. Defining Bodily Autonomy -- II. Embracing the Harm Principle -- III. Rejecting Paternalism and Moralism
IV. Preserving the Dignity of the Human Species -- V. Defending the Choice Paradigm -- VI. Practical Recommendations to Enhance and Support Bodily Autonomy -- Bibliography -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781509909971
Click on the terms below to find similar items in the catalogue
Author Wicks, Elizabeth, 1973-
Subject Human body -- Law and legislation.
Human body -- Law and legislation -- England.
Descript 1 online resource (191 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Contents -- 1 -- Bodily Autonomy -- I. Introduction: Why the Body Matters -- II. Autonomy: Rights and Relations -- III. The Body -- IV. Conclusion -- 2 -- The Public-Private Distinction -- I. Introduction -- II. Different Meanings of Public and Private: Contexts, History and Rights -- III. Feminist Critique of the Public-Private Distinction -- IV. A Descriptive/Normative Spectrum -- V. Defining the "Private" -- VI. Defining the "Public" -- VII. Conclusion -- 3 -- Reproductive Choices -- I. Introduction
II. Reproduction, the Public-Private Distinction and the Right to Respect for Private Life -- III. State Regulation of Reproduction in England and Wales -- IV. Justification for State Regulation of Reproduction -- V. Conclusion -- 4 -- Choices about Dying -- I. Introduction -- II. State Regulation of Dying in England and Wales -- III. Justifications for the Regulation of Dying -- IV. Conclusion -- 5 -- Sexual Autonomy -- I. Introduction -- II. Regulation of Sexual Autonomy -- III. Public Morality and (Private) Sexual Autonomy -- IV. Conclusion -- 6 -- Bodily Modification -- I. Introduction
II. Cosmetic Surgery -- III. Female Genital Mutilation -- IV. Body Integrity Identity Disorder and the Amputation of Healthy Limbs -- V. Gender Reassignment Surgery -- VI. Paternalistic Restrictions on Body Modification -- VII. Conclusion -- 7 -- Selling the Body -- I. Introduction -- II. Prostitution -- III. Surrogacy -- IV. Sale of Eggs or Organs -- V. Preserving the Choice Paradigm -- VI. Conclusion -- 8 -- Conclusion: Legitimate Justifications for Legal Regulation of Bodily Autonomy -- I. Defining Bodily Autonomy -- II. Embracing the Harm Principle -- III. Rejecting Paternalism and Moralism
IV. Preserving the Dignity of the Human Species -- V. Defending the Choice Paradigm -- VI. Practical Recommendations to Enhance and Support Bodily Autonomy -- Bibliography -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781509909971
Author Wicks, Elizabeth, 1973-
Subject Human body -- Law and legislation.
Human body -- Law and legislation -- England.

Subject Human body -- Law and legislation.
Human body -- Law and legislation -- England.
Descript 1 online resource (191 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Contents -- 1 -- Bodily Autonomy -- I. Introduction: Why the Body Matters -- II. Autonomy: Rights and Relations -- III. The Body -- IV. Conclusion -- 2 -- The Public-Private Distinction -- I. Introduction -- II. Different Meanings of Public and Private: Contexts, History and Rights -- III. Feminist Critique of the Public-Private Distinction -- IV. A Descriptive/Normative Spectrum -- V. Defining the "Private" -- VI. Defining the "Public" -- VII. Conclusion -- 3 -- Reproductive Choices -- I. Introduction
II. Reproduction, the Public-Private Distinction and the Right to Respect for Private Life -- III. State Regulation of Reproduction in England and Wales -- IV. Justification for State Regulation of Reproduction -- V. Conclusion -- 4 -- Choices about Dying -- I. Introduction -- II. State Regulation of Dying in England and Wales -- III. Justifications for the Regulation of Dying -- IV. Conclusion -- 5 -- Sexual Autonomy -- I. Introduction -- II. Regulation of Sexual Autonomy -- III. Public Morality and (Private) Sexual Autonomy -- IV. Conclusion -- 6 -- Bodily Modification -- I. Introduction
II. Cosmetic Surgery -- III. Female Genital Mutilation -- IV. Body Integrity Identity Disorder and the Amputation of Healthy Limbs -- V. Gender Reassignment Surgery -- VI. Paternalistic Restrictions on Body Modification -- VII. Conclusion -- 7 -- Selling the Body -- I. Introduction -- II. Prostitution -- III. Surrogacy -- IV. Sale of Eggs or Organs -- V. Preserving the Choice Paradigm -- VI. Conclusion -- 8 -- Conclusion: Legitimate Justifications for Legal Regulation of Bodily Autonomy -- I. Defining Bodily Autonomy -- II. Embracing the Harm Principle -- III. Rejecting Paternalism and Moralism
IV. Preserving the Dignity of the Human Species -- V. Defending the Choice Paradigm -- VI. Practical Recommendations to Enhance and Support Bodily Autonomy -- Bibliography -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781509909971

Links and services for this item: