Philosopher Elizabeth Brake explains, here.
Interesting discussion here.
The Public Philosophy Network has moved its 2018 conference from Denton, Texas to Boulder, Colorado. The press release explaining why is here.
The Call for Papers and submissions is here. Deadline is September 15. The conference takes place February 8-10, 2018.
Gay Talese and the Case of the Harmless Voyeur
by David Boonin (Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado)
The publication last year of The Voyeur’s Motel, Gay Talese’s controversial account of a Denver area motel owner who purportedly spent several decades secretly observing the intimate lives of his customers, raised a number of difficult ethical questions. Here I want to focus on just one: does the peeping Tom who is never discovered harm his victims?