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Martha Nussbaum’s “Taking Money for Bodily Services” (Part Three)

In part one, I discussed the first part of Nussbaum’s article “‘Whether from Reason or Prejudice’: Taking Money for Bodily Services” which brought up the six analogies that Nussbaum uses to argue for the decriminalization of prostitution.  In part two, … Continue reading

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Martha Nussbaum’s “Taking Money for Bodily Services” (Part Two)

In part one, I discussed the first part of Nussbaum’s article “‘Whether from Reason or Prejudice’: Taking Money for Bodily Services” which brought up the six analogies that Nussbaum uses to argue for the decriminalization of prostitution.  In this post, … Continue reading

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Martha Nussbaum’s “Taking Money for Bodily Services” (Part One)

Inspired by Philosophical Disquisitions, I’ve decided to look at some articles that interest me.  This procedure would help me get a clearer view of the philosopher’s arguments, and this would help me make my ideas clearer.  With that in mind, … Continue reading

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