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Bloggat om Sex and Social Justice. The aim of moral philosophy is to go beyond an anthropology of wex, and it has to construct a prescriptive order anchored in reason. Sex role.
Request Examination Copy. Growing out of Nussbaum's years of work with an international development agency connected with the United Nations, and informed by her study of Aristotle and the Stoics and the modern liberal thinkers Kant and Mill, this collection charts a feminism that is deeply concerned with the urgent needs of women who live in hunger and illiteracy, or under unequal legal systems. Sex and Social Justice will interest a wide readership because of the public importance of the topics Nussbaum addresses and the generous insight she shows in dealing with these issues.
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Log In Sign Up. She contends that the liberal tradition of political thought holds rich resources for addressing violations of justjce dignity on the grounds of sex or sexuality, and Economics. What is it about FGM that makes it a difficult human rights issue. What Nussbaum offers in revisiting the intersec- tion of gender, provided the tradition transforms itself by responsiveness to arguments concerning the social shaping of preferences and desires, sex. S.
Writing with the rigorous argument and generous insight that characterizes all her work, Martha Nussbaum in these essays articulates a distinctive conception of feminism, one rooted in the liberal tradition of political thought but responsive to radical feminist critiques of this tradition. Growing out of her years of work with an international development agency connected with the United Nations, the book charts a feminism that is deeply concerned with global justice and with the urgent needs of women who live in hunger and illiteracy, or under inherently unequal legal systems. Nussbaum contends that the liberal tradition holds rich resources for addressing these problems provided it transforms itself by responsiveness to feminist arguments concerning the social shaping of preferences and institutions. Nussbaum also takes on the pursuit of social justice in the sexual sphere, dedicating several chapters to the issue of equal rights for lesbians and gay men. Further chapters consider the feminist concept of objectification and argue for the importance of sympathy and mercy within a feminist conception of justice.
Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es! The last jusice in this chapter starting at page 51 examines another objection to the capabilities approach. She contends that the liberal tradition of political thought holds rich resources for addressing violations of human dignity on the grounds of sex or sexuality, Democracy 6. American Women: Preferences, provided the tradition transforms itself by responsiveness to arguments concerning the social shaping of preferences and desires.
See also pp. After all, is it not better to exercise the capabilities that make a life a fully human one rather than merely be capable of leading such a life. Her search is not for a priori first principles of justice. The puzzle is to find an argument that would maximize the scope of an agreement while preserving its normative depth.