Die Grenzen der Gerechtigkeit. Behinderung, Nationalität un Spezieszugehörigkeit

Die Grenzen der Gerechtigkeit. Behinderung, Nationalität un Spezieszugehörigkeit

Martha C. Nussbaum / Dec 07, 2019

Die Grenzen der Gerechtigkeit Behinderung Nationalit t un Spezieszugeh rigkeit Wie steht es um die B rgerrechte jener die k rperlich oder geistig behindert sind Wie lassen sich gerechte und menschenw rdige Bedingungen ber nationale Grenzen hinweg durchsetzen Und Auf welche Weis

  • Title: Die Grenzen der Gerechtigkeit. Behinderung, Nationalität un Spezieszugehörigkeit
  • Author: Martha C. Nussbaum
  • ISBN: 9783518297056
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wie steht es um die B rgerrechte jener, die k rperlich oder geistig behindert sind Wie lassen sich gerechte und menschenw rdige Bedingungen ber nationale Grenzen hinweg durchsetzen Und Auf welche Weise m ssen wir unseren Umgang mit Tieren in unsere Vorstellungen von sozialer Gerechtigkeit einbeziehen In sowohl kritischer als auch konstruktiver Absicht lotet Martha NusWie steht es um die B rgerrechte jener, die k rperlich oder geistig behindert sind Wie lassen sich gerechte und menschenw rdige Bedingungen ber nationale Grenzen hinweg durchsetzen Und Auf welche Weise m ssen wir unseren Umgang mit Tieren in unsere Vorstellungen von sozialer Gerechtigkeit einbeziehen In sowohl kritischer als auch konstruktiver Absicht lotet Martha Nussbaum die Grenzen klassischer Gerechtigkeitstheorien aus, unterzieht politische Prinzipien einer gr ndlichen Revision und l sst eingefahrene Konzepte der sozialen Kooperation, der W rde und der transnationalen Gerechtigkeit in neuem Licht gl nzen Mittels ihres ber hmten F higkeitenansatzes entwirft sie eine veritable Utopie globaler Gerechtigkeit.

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      • Martha C. Nussbaum

        Professor Nussbaum is the Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago, appointed in the Philosophy Department, Law School, and Divinity School She is an Associate in the Classics Department and the Political Science Department, a Member of the Committee on Southern Asian Studies, and a Board Member of the Human Rights Program She is the founder and Coordinator of the Center for Comparative Constitutionalism.Martha Nussbaum received her BA from NYU and her MA and PhD from Harvard She has taught at Harvard, Brown, and Oxford Universities From 1986 to 1993, Ms Nussbaum was a research advisor at the World Institute for Development Economics Research, Helsinki, a part of the United Nations University She has chaired the Committee on International Cooperation and the Committee on the Status of Women of the American Philosophical Association, and currently chairs its new Committee for Public Philosophy She has been a member of the Association s National Board In 1999 2000 she was one of the three Presidents of the Association, delivering the Presidential Address in the Central Division Ms Nussbaum has been a member of the Council of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a member of the Board of the American Council of Learned Societies She received the Brandeis Creative Arts Award in Non Fiction for 1990, and the PEN Spielvogel Diamondstein Award for the best collection of essays in 1991 Cultivating Humanity won the Ness Book Award of the Association of American Colleges and Universities in 1998, and the Grawemeyer Award in Education in 2002 Sex and Social Justice won the book award of the North American Society for Social Philosophy in 2000 Hiding From Humanity won the Association of American University Publishers Professional and Scholarly Book Award for Law in 2004 She has received honorary degrees from thirty seven colleges and universities in the U S Canada, Asia, and Europe, including Grinnell College, Williams College, The College of William and Mary, The University of St Andrews Scotland , the University of Edinburgh Scotland , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Belgium , the University of Toronto, the Ecole Normale Sup rieure Paris , the New School University, the University of Haifa, Ohio State University, and Georgetown University She received the Grawemeyer Award in Education in 2002, the Barnard College Medal of Distinction in 2003, the Radcliffe Alumnae Recognition Award in 2007, and the Centennial Medal of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University in 2010 She is an Academician in the Academy of Finland In 2009 she won the A award from the German Social Science Research Council for WZB for her contributions to social system reform, and the American Philosophical Society s Henry M Phillips Prize in Jurisprudence.


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    1. I read this for my Philosophy of Law class that I took in law school and loved it. It's a great, thought provoking read, and I don't agree with everything in it but I sure did enjoy reading it. I wrote my seminar paper about it and it turned out to be 25 pages long and I still have NO IDEA WHAT THE HELL I WROTE. :|



    2. An ambitious and important book. Taking Rawls as a point of departure, Nussbaum argues that all of humanity is obligated -- collectively -- to support the dignified flourishing of all living creatures, including people with disabilities, people in other countries, and nonhuman animals.I appreciate her critiques of the social contract tradition: I agree that the "classic" theories of social justice rest on unduly cynical, rationalistic assumptions about people and social relationships. And I like [...]


    3. We live in a world of a growing tide of democracy with open and public reasoning, a tide that brings great promise for human development. And yet various kinds of deep injustice prevail. Is this because our institutions set up to bring justice have failed to deliver, or is it something more deep-rooted, some flaw in foundational aspects of justice? This book goes deep and thorough into the theories of justice as applied to three frontier areas that remain the serious examples of failures of just [...]


    4. The book provides a really good vision of what she calls a minimally just society. She wants to bring all people up to a line that we would call a bare minimum for full functioning within the human community. She deals with disabilities in a very creative way. Instead of setting a different level, she chooses to operate on what she calls the species norm. She says that because they are human, they are not simply an advanced form of primate, as some philosophers want to suggest. People with sever [...]


    5. Uma das abordagens mais interessantes de justiça que já li. Sua proposta de justiça baseada na abordagem das capacitações não tem como proposta uma simples nivelamento da sociedade com ideais utópicos. Ela parte do pressuposto de que todas as pessoas possuem propriedades intrínsecas que em diferentes etapas e situações da vida precisam ser suportadas. Quando as pessoas recebem o suporte de que necessitam para, digamos assim, tirar o máximo de si mesmas, elas conseguem atingir seus alv [...]


    6. Nussbaum is a wonderfully clear writer (for a philosopher!). She explores questions that have bedeviled contemporary prescriptivist and Kantian moral philosophers, and does so from a perspective relying on both Aristotle and Marx. She calls her approach a "capabilities approach", and it greatly illumines questions about disability, nationality and species membership. While I think her account is very nuanced and careful, there are some moral issues where I would be curious about how her theory c [...]


    7. An interesting expansion/modification of justice as fairness to tackle concern for the physically and mentally disabled, global justice and animals. It seems to me that Nussbaum tries to have her cake and eat it, too, and that Rawls (or social contract theories, generally) is perhaps not as useless for addressing these questions as she makes him out to be.


    8. Zeer sterk en goed pleidooi om mensen met fysieke en/of mentale stoornissen, mensen uit alle landen en streken, en dieren te beschouwen als wezens die respect en waardering verdienen, waardigheid bezitten en waar men rechtvaardig tegenover dient te zijn.


    9. Read through to the end of the disability section (which is what I picked this up for). More social contract studies than disability studies, which I hadn't been expecting but that's fine. Some interesting ideas marred by the author's all-or-nothing approach to being disabled.


    10. I've only read the bit on species membership, but that part laid out a solid introduction to how Nussbaum's neo-Aristotelianish capabilities approach can help us think about the lives and interests of nonhuman animals.



    11. Not overly accessible, but forgivable considering the abstract and difficult subject matter. Provocative and important. Nussbaum is an American treasure.


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