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Basic Capabilities, How Universal Are They?

December 6, 2017


by Yang Xuerui [IMAGE] Nussbaum advocates for a universal metric of basic capabilities. However, a Tibetan village that maintains a traditional way of living may challenge her progressive outlook towards ensuring certain basic capabilities.   Imagine a community. It is situated at a disadvantageous location and lacking natural resources, and develops through limited subsidies. The […]

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