Martha C. Nussbaum

Associate Faculty; Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics in the Law School, the Department of Philosophy, and the College; Associate Faculty in the Departments of Classics and Political Science and in the Divinity School; Member of the Committee on Southern Asian Studies; Board Member of the Human Rights Program; Coordinator of the Center for Comparative Constitutionalism

 

 

 

MA, PhD (Harvard University)

Martha Nussbaum is a philosopher whose work focuses on ancient Greek philosophy, contemporary moral and political philosophy, feminism, and the connections between philosophy and literature.

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Current and Upcoming Courses

Religious Ethics

RETH 30710 Roman Philosophers on the Fear of Death

RETH 38614 Cicero on Friendship and Aging

RETH 41000 Feminist Philosophy

RETH 50315 Amartya Sen’s Philosophical Work

RETH 50325 Public Morality and Legal Conservatism

RETH 51206 Utilitarian Ethics

RETH 51301 Seminar: Law-Philosophy Workshop

RETH 51301 Seminar: Law-Philosophy Workshop

RETH 51301 Seminar: Law-Philosophy Workshop

RETH 51404 Global Inquality

RETH 51604 Seminar: John Stuart Mill