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PHLB13H3 Lecture Notes - Moral Relativism, Cultural Imperialism, Reproductive Rights


Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHLB13H3
Professor
Lynda Lange

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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)
reproductive rights
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