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Author Nussbaum, Martha C. (Martha Craven), 1947-
Title Frontiers of justice : disability, nationality, species membership / Martha C. Nussbaum.
Imprint Cambridge, Mass. ; London : Belknap, 2007.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  HM671 .N87 2006    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  HM671 .N87 2006    AVAILABLE  
Author Nussbaum, Martha C. (Martha Craven), 1947-
Series The Tanner lectures on human values.
Tanner lectures on human values (Cambridge, Mass.)
Subject Social justice.
People with disabilities -- Civil rights.
Minorities -- Civil rights.
Animal rights.
Description pages cm.
Note Originally published: 2006.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Abbreviations -- Introduction -- [pt]. 1. Social contracts and three unsolved problems of justice -- 1. The state of nature -- 2. Three unsolved problems -- 3. Rawls and the unsolved problems -- 4. Free, equal, and independent -- 5. Grotius, Hobbes, Locke, Hume, Kant -- 6. Three forms of contemporary contractarianism -- 7. The capabilities approach -- 8. Capabilities and contractarianism -- 9. In search of global justice -- [pt]. 2. Disabilities and the social contract -- 1. Needs for care, problems of justice -- 2. Prudential and moral versions of the contract ; public and private -- 3. Rawls's Kantian contractarianism : primary goods, Kantian personhood, rough equality, mutual advantage -- 4. Postponing the question of disability -- 5. Kantian personhood and mental impairment -- 6. Care and disability : Kittay and Sen -- 7. Reconstructing contractarianism? --
[pt]. 3. Capabilities and disabilities -- 1. The capabilities approach : a noncontractarian account of care -- 2. The bases of social cooperation -- 3. Dignity : Aristotelian, not Kantian -- 4. The priority of the good, the role of agreement -- 5. Why capabilities? -- 6. Care and the capabilities list -- 7. Capability or functioning? -- 8. The charge of intuitionism -- 9. The capabilities approach and Rawls's principles of justice -- 10. Types and levels of dignity : the species norm -- 11. Public policy : the question of guardianship -- 12. Public policy : education and inclusion -- 13. Public policy : the work of care -- 14. Liberalism and human capabilities -- [pt]. 4. Mutual advantage and global inequality : the transnational social contract -- 1. A world of inequalities -- 2. A theory of Justice : the two-stage contract introduced -- 3. The Law of Peoples : the two-stage contract reaffirmed and modified -- 4. Justification and implementation -- 5. Assessing the two-stage contract -- 6. The global contract : Beitz and Pogge -- 7. Prospects for an international contractrarianism --
[pt. 5]. Capabilities across national boundaries -- 1. Social cooperation : the priority of entitlements -- 2. Why capabilities? -- 3. Capabilities and rights -- 4. Equality and adequacy -- 5. Pluralism and toleration -- 6. An international "overlapping consensus" -- 7. Globalizing the capabilities approach : the role of institutions -- 8. Globalizing the capabilities approach : what institutions? -- 9. Ten principles for the global structure -- [pt]. 6. Beyond "compassion and humanity" : justice for nonhuman animals -- 1. "Beings entitled to dignified existence" -- 2. Kantian social contract views : indirect duties, duties of compassion -- 3. Utilitarianism and animal flourishing -- 4. Types of dignity, types of flourishing : extending the capabilities approach -- 5. Methodology theory and imagination -- 6. Species and individual -- 7. Evaluating animal capabilities : no nature worship -- 8. Positive and negative, capability and functioning -- 9. Equality and adequacy -- 10. Death and harm -- 11. An overlapping consensus? -- 12. Toward basic political principles : the capabilities list -- 13. The ineliminability of conflict -- 14. Toward a truly global justice -- 7. The moral sentiments and the capabilities approach -- Notes -- References -- Index.
ISBN 9780674024106 (pbk.)
0674024109 (pbk.)
OCLC # 77796138
Table of Contents
1Social contracts and three unsolved problems of justice9
2Disabilities and the social contract96
3Capabilities and disabilities155
4Mutual advantage and global inequality : the transnational social contract224
5Capabilities across national boundaries273
6Beyond "compassion and humanity" : justice for nonhuman animals325
7The moral sentiments and the capabilities approach408


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