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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 clarity of the author’s writing, makes this book especially suitable for students of the social sciences without a strong philosophical background.
Jun 30, Hannah Spadafora rated it really liked it. Research on disgust shows that all of us are uncomfortable with the signs that mirror animals, that show we are mortal. You can bring a lawsuit, but it is not going to do you capacidadse good if you cannot find out who the defendant is. En el anonimato la gente no exhibe su mejor comportamiento. Or is it just not acceptable for women to get angry?
Creating Capabilities: The Human Development Approach
This approach finds its center in human capabilities and its commitment in the equal dignity of all human beings regardless of race, class, religion, gender, nation, or caste. I have studied the emotion of disgust a lot. So there is that.
Es un buen paralelo. Considering I read this for a module at university, it was actually really interesting.
Oct 11, Sarah rated it liked it. Is there any way we can change the cultural patterns about how we talk about masculinity and femininity? Otherwise it was just fulminating, sounding off. Thus her proposals are less practically helpful, and less globally exportable, than she lets on.
One thing that emerged was that the dominant culture can learn a lot from other minority cultures. Not such xrear difficult book to read. Jun 05, Lucy rated it really liked it Shelves: Maybe it still is, because after all, upper body strength is a factor in rape, it is big factor.
Doesn’t address the practical What I liked: Esto se remonta a la infancia.
Aristotelian Social Democracy – Martha Nussbaum
And then I think just talking about life should go on all through. We talked about teaching young men and young women about this. Jun 26, Richard rated it really liked it Shelves: Originally read in June The way boys are brought up, and the way they are talked to about empathy can do quite a lot. An entire book that should have remained a shortened journal publication or published love letter to ex-boyfriend Sen.
Now, that is an old story in feminism. It’s central belief is that all lives are capable of equal human dignity. An entire chapter was dedicated to other approaches and where they fail in a country evaluation. I think we do not know anything about the extent to which these differences have a biological basis because we know that the social conditioning begins so early. But it also happens through the arts, music, dance, through stories in which people make their own emotional geography more rich and complex.
You do not know who you are going to sue. For those dedicated to social engineering In a good way the world to a better place for people this is a book for you.
I think that it has translated into a long-term situation of subordination and control in which women themselves get used to it, and they habituate themselves to it, and they often collaborate with it. We have had lawsuits where women have shown that indeed they were defamed in this way and as a result lost job opportunities but the anonymity of the Internet protects the abuser because now, who is the defendant? But in the case of some women who have been harassed deliberately as law students or other kinds of just normal young people, that is not that case, because nussbum are not well known.
The author seems to touch on interesting points but the suggested solutions to these lofty problems are weak, and moreover, poorly explained. Great intellectual move in development circles, tougher to see her insistence she is not making a metaphysical claim, especially read in a theology course.
“Crear capacidades: propuesta para el desarrollo humano” by Martha Craven Nussbaum
The objectification of women usually comes down to the female body. It gets pretty in the weeds with the various flavors of utilitarianism and competing theories for the general reader, but lacks the footnotes capaciddades other editorial apparatus an academic audience would expect. Whereas women often are inhibited about anger and so they do not even realize that they are angry.