Martha Nussbaum: "More people and more beings deserve justice than those who make the rules. Just because you aren't self-reflective doesn't mean you don't have a dignity that demands re‐ spect. There is more to life than profiting off of each other; for human beings, fellowship and compassion are ends in themselves, too."
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Because I've fallen so far behind, and because there's a lot of material for everyone to process, we've decided to extend module 5 to two weeks. There will be more videos and a wrap-up discussion on Friday, as usual, and for today I've added some background reading on moral theories.
"The purpose of this essay is to take a closer look at the relation between the invisible
hand paradigm that is at the heart of economists’ theoretical outlook at markets and the social
contract paradigm" to “provide us with the ‘bridge’ between the individual-choice calculus and group decisions.”
This is a diagram outlining the ethical philosophy of utilitarianism. It places utilitarianism in the ethical context, presents the views of Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill, and outlines strengths and weaknesses.
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