Regula Staempfli

Regula Staempfli (b. 1967) is a Swiss born political philosopher who has published several books on democracy, on the structure of media, on women and on the philosophy of Hannah Arendt. Her current work will deal with money, bodies and iconography. The author is a well-known columnist in Switzerland and was listed in 2016 (most recently) as one of the 100 most influential business women in Switzerland. She is also an independent expert for the European Commission. She can be reached at her homepage www.regulastaempfli.eu. Regula Staempfli does not belong to any political party nor church.



Surrogate motherhood is not work; it is exploitation
24 May 2017 | FEATURES |  
tags: commodification, exploitation, surrogacy, surrogate motherhood
Surrogacy negates all human values, no matter how well women are paid


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