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I would say that in that group, there were two that had an interesting argument.
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Aug 11, John rated it liked it Shelves: The Capabilities Approach to human progress has until now been expounded only in specialized works.
This is a fairly concise introduction to the capabilities approach to theories of justice, though I’m not quite sure who the book is aimed at. The only problem comes when that blurs into defining yourself as unequal, and of unequal dignity and worth. Why is it so hard for women, are we socialized not to get angry? The book is very smoothly written and provides interesting background on a number of philosophers.
Does invisibility, in this case the Internet, always make people act unjustly? When the woman is a well-known person it might not have such a big effect because so many different things are said about her as a person.
Are there possibilities of escape, and sort of just moving slightly to the side from that dominant norm. You can bring a lawsuit, but it is not going to do you much good if you cannot find out who the defendant is. She writes that societies should grant their citizens the right to a complete life, health care, freedom of thought, emotion, and play or leisure, control over one’s body, permission to associate with whom one pleases, permission to form one’s own conception of a flourishing life, a respect for nature and other species, and some sort of control over one’s material and political environment.
This book tries to expand on how we evaluate countries.
Martha C. Nussbaum
Now how do we do that? Starts compelling arguments but doesn’t finish. Mar 20, Camila rated it really liked it. Otherwise it was just fulminating, sounding off.
And then I think just talking about life should go on all through. That is much harder. Now, in many cultures it seems pretty arbitrary how those groups get constructed in that role, maybe it is because of fear or anxiety, sometimes it is Jews, sometimes it is lower castes in Indian society, sometimes Muslims in India today, but women, in more or less all cultures, come in for that kind of projected disgust, as I put it.
And so I think that kind of teaching, and that is for 3-year-olds, 4-year-olds. The way boys are brought up, and the way they are talked to about empathy can do quite a lot.
The founder and coordinator of the Center for Comparative Constitutionalism, Nussbaum has received honorary degrees from 40 colleges and universities and has marta more than 15 books, including the recently released The New Religious Intolerance: Really solid introductory text on the Capabilities Approach as its examined in Economics, Law, and Nyssbaum. Excellent summary of Nussbaum’s conception of the capabilities approach, clearly nussbauum out for the general reader, but with careful attention to how the approach in general relates to other theories of welfare historic and contemporary and how her version aligns or differs with those of other scholars, particularly Amartya Sen.
It is also written for the general reader so the language is not too technical and it is easy to understand. Research on disgust shows that all of us are uncomfortable with the signs that mirror animals, that show we are mortal.
Nussbaum provides a far-reaching critique of economic theory and in doing so defends a version of the capability approach developed by Sen.
For example, utilitarianism ask for what works best and creates the most happiness, simplifying that to make it seem wrong actually weakens the capabilities approach for if the capabilities approach does provide the greatest happiness than it is also a utilitarian approach. The logic is quite dizzying and unconvincing in its attempts to dissuade the reader from seeing her suggestions as unethical social engineering.
Incluso si sus empleadores no creen que realmente hayan hecho esas cosas, las mujeres quedan mancilladas.
What real opportunities are available to them? Feb 09, Hannah Scanlon rated it liked it Shelves: Nussbaum’s well-intended ideas have pushed research in promising directions.
Nussbaum gives a list of what she calls the “Central Capabilities,” capabilities without which people cannot flourish in a decent society and which would make for necessary conditions for the society to be called just. It becomes a kind of corrosive force. Oct 12, Simon rated it really capacidaded it.
Jul 05, Arthur Davis rated it liked it Shelves: Well, that is a very good question. Doesn’t address the practical What I liked: In this powerful critique, Martha Nussbau If a country’s Gross Domestic Product increases each year, but so does the percentage of its people deprived of basic education, health care, and other opportunities, is that country really making progress?
Martha Nussbaum attempts to ground her political science in a neoliberal framework that fails to take seriously the deep convictions of religion, politics, and ethical implications. The framework adequately allows maximum freedoms while providing justification for taking harmful freedoms away. They just learn that different professions are open to both.
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The whole book feels rushed and mostly self-congratulatory. Creo que hay que reconocer y darle voz a la rabia de un modo que sea apropiado y que demande justicia social. Jun 30, Keerthi Vikas rated it liked it. That is, a woman is not shown respect as an end in herself, but is treated as a mere instrument of male fantasy and male desire.
Also she is very clear in her writing somewhat uncommon in philosophy – this makes her work accessible to even a lay audience. People under invisibility behave badly. Calacidades, the concept of objectification has been used by feminists for many years, to talk about hussbaum women are treated as not full people with full human dignity, but as capacidaves to be manipulated and controlled by men.