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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 224
Professor
George Williamson
Semester
Fall

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Pthl 224 September 26 2012 1 Nessbaum − takes a much more open approach the Kant − there will be different moral responses depending on what the objectification is Nussbaum Objectification 1. Instrumentality: use as tool for own purposes (Nussbaum’s worst case) 2. Denial of autonomy: treat as lacking self-determination (If persistent character of relationship)  treat someone has an object 3. Inertness: treat as lacking in agency/activity  you gotta push it around to make it move  manipulation  exploiting characteristics that are more human, or as mere objects 4. Fungibility: treat as interchangeable/substitutable – commodification  exten
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