“Satz Citizenship”

1. a) What is equality in Satz’s mind?
b) How does this conception map onto what Taylor OR Nussbaum have to say (just consider one of these authors). If you prefer to look into Taylor, I would concentrate on two things: Taylor’s brief discussion of Dworkin—i.e. the “procedural” and “substantive” commitments of liberal society; and the discussion of “rights-liberalism.” If you focus instead on Nussbaum, I would concentrate on what she has to say from page 8, “Our campuses are producing citizens…,” to the end of the reading. Write around 120 words. Make sure you answer both questions a) and b) and also make sure you follow the instructions.
Use the file: “Satz Citizenship” “Talor politics of recognition copy” “Nussbaum Cultivating Humanity”

2. Bring at least one of the other readings from the race, gender, or disability units into the discussion.
a) How would you characterize the notion of equality at work in the piece you have chosen? Again, write just a sentence or two and begin with phrasing like that above, “For x-author, equality is…” b) How does this notion of equality fit into the picture of Satz and Taylor/Nussbaum. you have generated above? Write between 70 words. Make sure you answer both questions a) and b) and also make sure you follow the instructions.

Use the file; “Blickenstaff Leaky Pipeline” or “Ringrose Successful Girls”