The Case for the Permissibility of Male Infant Circumcision | Philosophy@LSE public lecture | Tuesday 15 | London School of Economics, Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building - Speaker: Dr Joseph Mazor
"In defending circumcision the speaker will consider bodily integrity, autonomy, reduction of sexual pleasure, the likelihood of the child choosing circumcision, and the possibility of religious alienation."
Joseph Mazor is a fellow in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at LSE.
UK Intactivists Richard Duncker & Patrick Smyth attended the lecture. There was too little time allocated for questions, but Richard Duncker can be heard at 1.07.30 and Patrick Smyth at 1.23.27.