This volume explores questions about privacy that are relevant to ethical philosophy and political theory.
Table of Contents
1. Deconstructing privacy: and putting it back together again Richard A. Epstein; 2. The right to privacy Lloyd L. Weinreb; 3. Privacy, control, and talk of rights R. G. Frey; 4. Privacy as a matter of taste and right Alexander Rosenberg; 5. Egalitarian justice versus the right to privacy Richard J. Arneson; 6. Privacy and limited democracy: the moral centrality of persons H. Tristram Engelhardt Jr; 7. Legal conventionalism in the US constitutional law of privacy Mark Tushnet; 8. Privacy and constitutional theory Scott D. Gerber; 9. Privacy and technology David Friedman; 10. The priority of privacy for medical information Judith Wagner DeCew; 11. Genetics and insurance: accessing and using private information A. M. Capron; 12. The right to privacy and the right to die Tom L. Beauchamp; 13. Can public figures have private lives? Fredrick Shauer.
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