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Regulating Intimacy:
A New Legal Paradigm
Jean L. Cohen

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"Cohen has written an enormously impressive contribution to legal and political scholarship sure to be of interest to a broad audience of scholars, policy makers, and activists. Creatively borrowing from recent debates within European legal theory about the prospects of a 'reflexive paradigm' of regulation, she demonstrates persuasively why traditional views of the proper legal treatment of the domain of intimacy need to be reformulated. Those interested in a host of ongoing legal debates about privacy and sexuality will find answers to many of their questions here. Cohen has authored a genuinely pathbreaking work which should influence policy and judicial decisionmaking."--William E. Scheuerman, University of Minnesota

"This is a bold, exciting, novel defense of privacy law. Cohen's learned approach to arguing that privacy is neither arbitrary nor archaic engages a surprisingly wide range of important contemporary thinkers. Her selection of case studies is timely and of great interest--giving the book immediate practical value. It will attract many readers and critics."--Anita Allen, University of Pennsylvania

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