Mary Marg Helgenberger (born November 16, ) is an American film and television actress, perhaps best known for her roles as Catherine Willows in the CBS drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and as K.C. Koloski in the ABC drama China Beach, which earned her the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

Critical legal studies Comparative law Economic analysis International legal theory Legal history Philosophy of law Sociology of law. Erfahren Sie, wie diese Berechnung wird formuliert. Rebutting anti-universalist objections, Nussbaum proposes functional freedoms, or central human capabilities, as a rubric of social justice.

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Mary Marg Helgenberger (born November 16, ) is an American film and television actress, perhaps best known for her roles as Catherine Willows in the CBS drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and as K.C. Koloski in the ABC drama China Beach, which earned her the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

At the same time, Nussbaum argues in support of the legalization of prostitution , a position she reiterated in a essay following the Spitzer scandal , writing: Sex and Social Justice was lauded by critics in the press. Hiding from Humanity [45] extends Nussbaum's work in moral psychology to probe the arguments for including two emotions— shame and disgust —as legitimate bases for legal judgments.

Nussbaum argues that individuals tend to repudiate their bodily imperfection or animality through the projection of fears about contamination. This cognitive response is in itself irrational, because we cannot transcend the animality of our bodies. Noting how projective disgust has wrongly justified group subordination mainly of women, Jews , and homosexuals , Nussbaum ultimately discards disgust as a reliable basis of judgment.

Turning to shame, Nussbaum argues that shame takes too broad a target, attempting to inculcate humiliation on a scope that is too intrusive and limiting on human freedom. Nussbaum sides with John Stuart Mill in narrowing legal concern to acts that cause a distinct and assignable harm.

In an interview with Reason magazine, Nussbaum elaborated: They are also inherently connected with restrictions on liberty in areas of non-harmful conduct. For both of these reasons, I believe, anyone who cherishes the key democratic values of equality and liberty should be deeply suspicious of the appeal to those emotions in the context of law and public policy. Nussbaum's work was received with wide praise.

The Boston Globe called her argument "characteristically lucid" and hailed her as "America's most prominent philosopher of public life". Lindquist of Vanderbilt University lauded Nussbaum's analysis as a "remarkably wide ranging and nuanced treatise on the interplay between emotions and law". A prominent exception was Roger Kimball 's review published in The New Criterion , [50] in which he accused Nussbaum of "fabricating" the renewed prevalence of shame and disgust in public discussions and says she intends to "undermine the inherited moral wisdom of millennia".

He rebukes her for "contempt for the opinions of ordinary people" and ultimately accuses Nussbaum herself of "hiding from humanity". Nussbaum has recently drawn on and extended her work on disgust to produce a new analysis of the legal issues regarding sexual orientation and same-sex conduct.

Her book From Disgust to Humanity: In the book From Disgust to Humanity: Sexual Orientation and Constitutional Law Martha Nussbaum analyzes the role that disgust plays in law and public debate in the United States. Nussbaum posits that the fundamental motivations of those advocating legal restrictions against gay and lesbian Americans is a "politics of disgust".

These legal restrictions include blocking sexual orientation being protected under anti-discrimination laws See: Evans , sodomy laws against consenting adults See: Texas , constitutional bans against same-sex marriage See: California Proposition 8 , over-strict regulation of gay bathhouses, and bans on sex in public parks and public restrooms.

She identifies the "politics of disgust" closely with Lord Devlin and his famous opposition to the Wolfenden report that recommended decriminalizing private consensual homosexual acts on the basis that those things would "disgust the average man". To Devlin, the mere fact some people or act may produce popular emotional reactions of disgust provides an appropriate guide for legislating.

She also identifies the ' wisdom of repugnance ' as advocated by Leon Kass as another "politics of disgust" school of thought as it claims that disgust "in crucial cases Nussbaum goes on to explicitly oppose the concept of a disgust-based morality as an appropriate guide for legislating.

Nussbaum notes that popular disgust has been used throughout history as a justification for persecution. Drawing upon her earlier work on the relationship between disgust and shame, Nussbaum notes that at various times, racism , antisemitism , and sexism , have all been driven by popular revulsion.

In place of this "politics of disgust", Nussbaum argues for the harm principle from John Stuart Mill as the proper basis for limiting individual liberties. Nussbaum argues the harm principle, which supports the legal ideas of consent , the age of majority , and privacy , protects citizens while the "politics of disgust" is merely an unreliable emotional reaction with no inherent wisdom.

Furthermore, Nussbaum argues this "politics of disgust" has denied and continues to deny citizens humanity and equality before the law on no rational grounds and causes palpable social harms to the groups affected. From Disgust to Humanity earned acclaim in the United States, [56] [57] [58] [59] and prompted interviews in the New York Times and other magazines.

Nussbaum has 62 honorary degrees from colleges and universities in North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia, including from: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Martha Nussbaum wins Kyoto Prize". Retrieved October 31, The Chronicle of Higher Education. The New York Times Magazine. Cambridge University Press, Women and Human Development. Literary Imagination and Public Life. Shame, Disgust, and the Law. Princeton University Press, The Fragility of Goodness: Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy.

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