School of thought

Bagnall, Diana
December 2002
Bulletin with Newsweek;12/17/2002, Vol. 120 Issue 6355, p78
Focuses on Martha Nussbaum, a philosopher in the United States. Academic profile of Nussbaum; Philosophical works of Nussbaum; Qualities possessed by Nussbaum.


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