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Feminism - Tutorial #5.

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHLB13H3
Professor
Lynda Lange
Semester
Winter

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Feminism – Tutorial #5.  Macklin  review and cases and examples  important ideas  normative and empirical descriptions  socially controllable factors  globalist conceptions of justice  moral cosmopolitan  human rights  question to think about and discuss  do some rights, customs, cultures (etc.) present barriers to justice?  describe how things are  empirical  descriptive  normative  value statement  how things should be  socially controllable factors  cannot attribute to biological factors or things beyond our control  that women are empirically less healthy than men  umbrella term, very broad  “globalist” conception of justice  obligations to fix injustice  not limited by borders  related to moral cosmopolitanism  moral cosmopolitanism  idea that every has a moral standing  (human rights)  reprod
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