Sex Robots: Love in the Age of Machines
Keywords:sex robots, applied ethics, bioethics
In Sex Robots: Love in the Age of Machines (2022), Maurizio Balistreri tackles the provocative topic of sex robots. Through engaging with the most common questions and concerns that arise in discussions about sex robots, Balistreri provides a good overview and introduction to current debates while, at the same time, bringing their own opinion to the fore. Given that a decent array of topics are covered in just over 100 pages, the book doesn’t necessarily go into great philosophical detail and analysis. However, this serves well for those who are not as familiar with the topic at hand.
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