Hiding from humanity is a noteworthy addition to recent scholarship on emotions and a valuable counterweight to the growing and at times unexamined endorsement of disgust and shame justin reinheimer law culture and the humanities this exciting book on emotions and the law tackles universal questions central to every legal system . Nussbaum argues that laws based on individual or social disgust without evidence of some concrete harm undermine both equality and democracy she further argues that social controls based on shame or disgust usually relative to the body create categories of people who are seen and who come to see themselves as flawed and defective over and above any acts they may have committed. Hiding from humanity disgust shame and the law englisch gebundene ausgabe 8 marz 2004 von martha c nussbaum autor 38 von 5 sternen 8 sternebewertungen alle formate und ausgaben anzeigen andere formate und ausgaben ausblenden preis neu ab gebraucht ab kindle bitte wiederholen 2775 eur gebundenes buch bitte wiederholen 4934 eur 9700 eur 4934 eur taschenbuch . Disgust and shame are problematic emotions that often appear to want to repudiate our basic body based humanity martha nussbaum claims in this ambitious and timely book nussbaum is by no means in favor of purging the law of all reference to emotion she in fact makes an eloquent case for why this cannot and should not be done but there are some emotions nussbaum mentions
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