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Our Bodies, Whose Property?
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Acknowledgements vii Introduction 1 Chapter One What's So Special about the Body? 18 Chapter Two Property Models of Rape 42 Chapter Three Bodies for Rent? The Case of Commercial Surrogacy 65 Chapter Four Spare Parts and Desperate Need 97 Chapter Five The Individualism of Property Claims 134 Notes 157 Bibliography 179 Index 191

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Anne Phillips is the Graham Wallas Professor of Political Science at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her many books include "The Politics of Presence" and "Multiculturalism without Culture" (Princeton).

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"[B]oth those who are aware of what is happening around these issues and those who have not reflected on recent developments around markets, bodies and properties would do well to read Phillips' timely, intelligent overview of the challenges of early 21st-century global body politics... [A] rich feast of considered reflections on some of the most pressing issues of our times."--Maureen McNeil, Times Higher Education

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